Parents' Guide to

Silverlicious

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Sweet game teaches Pinkalicious fans how to platform-puzzle.

Game Nintendo DS 2012
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It would be easy to dismiss Silverlicious as a generic platformer, but this is a very specific game, with a very specific target audience (magic-and-fairy-loving kids like Pinkalicious herself). And for those kids, this is a great game. It's got a fun, sweet-hearted story, easy play controls, collectible trophies (which become animated in special "exploration" section of the game), and bonus costumes which each provide their own special powers (ballerina slippers that help you slide under low area, a twirling skirt for launching upward like a rocket, etc.). There's even great replay value in that you'll pass prizes that are unreachable the first time through. If you go back to an earlier level later in the game, after you've unlocked the appropriate costume, you will now be able to reach the prizes. All in all, this is a very nice game adaptation of this particular book.

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