Parents' Guide to

uDraw Disney Princess: Enchanted Storybooks

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Simple, fun coloring game uses special tablet.

Game Nintendo Wii 2011
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Disney Princess: Enchanted Storybooks offers activities that are about on par with what you'd find on a family restaurant's paper placemat for kids. Players color pictures by number, find their way through mazes, and slide character cutouts across scenes. The difference is that there are a lot more of them than you'd find on a placemat, they're endearingly interactive, and they're set in a sextet of princess stories that kids know and love.

Our six-and-a-half-year-old tester -- a devoted Disney princess fan -- had a fun time with it, but worked her way through the stories pretty quickly. She's probably approaching the older end of the game's target demographic. It's appropriate for ages 4 to 8, skewing more to the younger end of that scale.

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