Parents' Guide to

The Princess and the Frog (DS)

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Movie-based questing/platforming game isn't too difficult.

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This beautifully drawn game is lots of fun for kids to play. It does a good job of telling Tiana's story while providing a lot of different kinds of puzzles for kids to figure out. The platforming puzzles are perfect for the targeted audience of girls ages 7 to 11, because they're varied and interesting, but never too difficult. Plus, Firefly Ray serves as your guide because players can control him to fly over an environmental puzzle to get the big picture of how to move through challenging terrains. The addition of cooking and music activities are also fun and track well with the themes found in the movie.

Online interaction: This game connects to D-Gamer , an online community where kids can design an avatar, and safely chat to other who have the game. During the game, you can earn and unlock themed accessories for your avatar as well as honors.

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