Strawberry Shortcake Amazing Cookie Party

Game review by
Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media
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Sweet, but unfulfilling.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that there are only four activities in this software, and some are not strong.

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Adult Written bycarb101 April 9, 2008

Weak

As the CS review says, there are 4 games. 2 are so easy as to be activities, not games. 1 is hard for this age group (actually, hard for me, at times). The gran... Continue reading
Teen, 17 years old Written byGamergirlduhduh February 6, 2018

Best game I have EVER PLAYED EVER

Ok this game is the best freaking game in the entire world!! Dead assssssss bbbbbb!!! The other reviews are buns on moms!!! I’m not even playing I legit slapped... Continue reading
Kid, 7 years old April 9, 2008

What's it about?

In the sugary-sweet world of STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE AMAZING COOKIE PARTY, youngsters explore the magical world of Strawberryland to find ingredients to bake cookies for a party. Once children have collected enough ingredients, they go to the cookie-making factory to \"bake\" their collected ingredients into cookies.

They surf down the River Fudge, gathering ingredients while avoiding taffy whirlpools and chocolate bubbles. There are cakes to build and decorate, too. Kids can also collect ingredients by helping Orange Blossom create pathways using candy canes, marshmallows, and the like. These pathways are used to roll oranges out of trees into waiting buckets.

Is it any good?

While Strawberry Shortcake and her friends are appealing characters, there are only four activities in this software. The surf-the-River-Fudge and the decorate-the-cakes activities are very simple, and quickly become boring. The one about creating paths for the oranges provides a good challenge in logical thinking, but it can be tricky for the age group targeted by this software. The cookie-making activity requires some trial and error (which is good), but kid-testers found the instructions confusing.

The software offers printable cookie recipes. But you'd be better off pulling out your favorite cookbook than playing this sweet but unfulfilling software.

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  • Families can talk about the use of popular characters to market products. Did you buy this game because of the activities or because it features Strawberry Shortcake?

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