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All told, Snoopy vs. the Red Baron is a good example of the right way to produce a video game based on a licensed property. The underlying gameplay provides a nice mix of tried-and-true concepts from the air combat genre, while the integration of the Peanuts characters and situations is handled in a way that's faithful to Charles Schulz's original stories. When you play the game, you really get the idea that you're the famous World War I flying ace piloting the Sopwith Camel to victory against the nefarious Red Baron.
Given how similar most of the combat is, there's not a lot of depth to Snoopy vs. the Red Baron. Still, it would make a great game for a younger gamer in your life. The simple gameplay and relatively low difficulty serve as a great introduction to the genre. It's also fun enough that you might find yourself getting involved in it, too.