Parents' Guide to

Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Stuart Little 3 comes up big -- great for kids.

Game PlayStation 2 2006
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Because the game is non-linear and features a huge world to explore, kids will enjoy this game for weeks. The instructions are spoken by the game's characters so that non-readers as young as 5 can play. There is plenty of in-game help provided by the character of Snowbell, but it's not forced on players if they would rather just explore. Kids who are new to gaming can control Stuart as he walks or runs, but those who are more experienced can make the mouse cruise around his world on a skateboard that's faster but harder to control.

Parents, Stuart is a terrific role model because he's funny, polite, cool, and kind. Kids love to play as Stuart, and it is fascinating to view the human world from the perspective of a tiny mouse. Because Stuart is so little, kids have to think as well as experiment to figure out how Stuart can do things in this big human world, and all this fun is had without relying on violence to entertain.

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