Disney Princess : My Fairytale Adventure (Wii game review)

Disney Princess My Fairy tale Adventure

As soon as we received Disney Princess, My Fairytale Adventure Wii game, my girls Miss A (3) and Miss N (10) insisted on playing it. It is rated a 3+, so thought it would be perfect for them to be able to play together.  Miss A, is too young to play games like this on her own, but we’ve had great fun playing it together as a family, even with Grandma, which I might add was hilarious.

We have all been playing it for a week now, and both of the girls, have got a good grasp of the game. We at first completely customised what the Fairy Godmother Apprentice, looked like – this is the character that you use to play the game.  You can choose every detail down to eye colour, dress, style of hair and even eye shape.

In the game there are mischievous little imps that are causing chaos throughout the Princesses’ Kingdoms and now you must help restore order! You also need to use your magic wand to explore Belle, Ariel, Cinderella, Rapunzel and Tiana’s little worlds and undo the spell by completing lots of quests and playing a variety of brilliant, interactive dancing, gardening and decorating games. You also need to collect gems, flowers seeds and jewellery along the way.

We love it, it’s a very gently game, which I wholeheartedly agree with, and for me is a massive plus. It has enough to keep a child interested, as soon as you complete one mission, you are set the next. The scenery then changes, and the next stage of the story unfolds, perfect.

A huge thumbs up from the Ana Mum Diary, Disney have done it again, some of our favourite Disney princesses to play with in the game, and it is such great fun.

HINT: If you play it whilst dressing up in a Disney Dress, it’s even more fun!

Disney Princess Wii Game

We have played this every day now, so it definitely is great value for money at approximately £18.99 and available at Amazon. A great Christmas gift we think!

Thank you for reading

Disclaimer: I was sent this Wii Game, in order to review. Thoughts expressed here are my own.

Comments

  1. Jenn says

    Ooh, fab! My 6yo gets frustrated with all the sports games we have and have been looking for something for her. She would have to dress as a princess to play, indeed!
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