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Parents' Guide to

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Fairy game based on DVD movie is good fun for girls.

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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 2+

Don't get this for Leappad. For Leapster only.

I got this game for my daughter's LeapPad and she was looking forward to playing TinkerBell. However, we were both disappointed because it appears to be an old Leapster game from the 2000s. The game was slow and required the A and B buttons. My daughter hardly played the game. LeapFrog should not made this available on LeapPad because it requires the Leapster buttons. We had to buy a new Leapster because the old one stopped working. Don't buy this if you don't have a working Leapster.
age 5+

great for 5+

I love it because it's just such a cute game and Tinker Ball is my favourite.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (3 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Suitable for any little girl old enough to read the game’s text-based instructions, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure offers up a charming little story and wonderful cartoon-like graphics that closely resemble those of the film. Its puzzles, which include such activities as putting together pieces of a picture, rubbing the screen with the stylus to stencil blueprints, trying to remember specific directions, and blowing into the microphone to blow away pixie dust, are fun and shouldn’t prove too taxing for its designated audience.

It is, unfortunately, a short play. Longevity will likely be achieved only through the create-a-fairy-mode and by going online to share your creations with others in a safe, Disney moderated environment. Still, it’s good fun for young girls while it lasts.

Online interaction: Kids can create fairies and upload them to Disney’s DGamer website. They can also text chat with other players. This is not an open communication system that allows players to freely communicate and exchange personal information. Players can only select from a small set of specific words and phrases or, in the case of the Pixie Hollow online mode, use only those words that are in a small, moderated dictionary.

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