Parents' Guide to

Meet the Robinsons

By Anise Hollingshead, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Fun game extends the movie experience.

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In the versions for the consoles and PC, the game is an adventure through time where the worlds are large and fun to explore, the enemies aren't too tough, and the game's look and atmosphere are similar to the movie. In the Wii version, panning the camera with the Wii remote isn't very easy and can be quite cumbersome at times. Also, while the missions and tasks are listed, the in-game directions are sketchy. Sometimes, especially in the beginning of the game, players will spend a lot of time wandering around an area wondering what to do next.

Despite these small annoyances, the game is fun to explore. The puzzles are well done and center on collecting items to build gadgets, which are then used as power-ups throughout the game. Parents may want to consider the Gamecube version rather than the Wii version -- it's much cheaper and can be played on the Wii with a Gamecube controller.

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