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I cannot think of a better present to give a child to encourage computer skills and future adventure game playing than the Rugrats Adventure Game. It perfectly captures the essence and humor of the animated series. If, after clicking on Spike's water bowl in the kitchen and watching what Phil (or is it Lil?) does, you are not thoroughly enchanted with this game, then you are an old curmudgeon who needs to spend some time locked in the house watching a Rugrats marathon on Nickelodeon.
Kids who like the Rugrats cartoon are likely to enjoy this interactive episode. Those with short attention spans may be disappointed by the required time investment.
Clicking on the babies themselves offers clues, but even at the easiest levels their advice is often cryptic or uninformative. Three difficulty settings keep game play challenging, but there are so many games, levels, and options within each screen that it’s hard to imagine running out of activities.
Any player who enjoys the Rugrats series on television should enjoy this game. Keep in mind that the game will be very difficult for players of the targeted age group to solve without a great deal of work. Parents should resign themselves to helping out when their children are really frustrated.
Rugrats Adventure Game has some amusing moments and some very entertaining cut scenes but it also has some possibly questionable features! Really, the transformation of the English Language into kid-speak feels more like a reflection of adult humour ('us' laughing at 'them') rather than kids' humour. Maybe not all kids will see this and I wouldn't like to guarantee that some younger players wouldn't be in danger of picking up bad language habits. Also, a couple of the activities may cause some concern. Kids might need to be warned not to try piling up toys precariously and climbing them to reach high places, or turning the staircase into an obstacle course, or attempting to climb a high cupboard using the drawers as footholds.
Rugrats fans are sure to love this one as it is a lot of fun and they will be familiar with the characters. However, it might not be suitable for all kids and parental guidance is recommended.