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WindowsAll Game Guide (1999)
Even parents may have a hard time, so you cannot automatically count on being able to help your child. Of the three levels (easy, medium, hard), players may well have difficulty on the easy level with the hard skill level being all but unplayable by kids. Other than that, the game is enlivened with real clips from the original Disney movies and the Villains look exactly as they did in the movies. They also move with an amazing smoothness and fluidity that is wonderful to see. Enjoy this game for the graphics but if you play it on any level but easy, be prepared for a lot of frustration.
83 (1999)
Schlag das Böse persönlich in die Flucht: Nettes Spiel mit alten Disney-Bekannten. Kann aber mit den aktuellen Disney-Spielen nicht mithalten.
WindowsGameZone (Jan 03, 2000)
After finally wrestling the game from the clutches of my granddaughters, I got to play it; and I have to say, it’s a ‘must buy’ for kids. Although I feel it’s a bit complicated for 8 year-olds, the older kids seem to love it. I enjoyed playing the game myself – challenging, but not overwhelming. There are, of course, a few bugs that could be worked out, such as in the Alice adventure. It’s awfully hard to hear Alice’s voice with all the voiceovers by Jiminy Cricket, but if you apply yourself, you can do it. I also think it could do with a bit more in instructions, especially for the younger players. The graphics in the game are great, and the scene cuts from the original movies are a fantastic touch. So all in all, kids, get the game – it’s a good one! Pssssst…and hide it from the folks if YOU want to play it!
WindowsPC Player (Germany) (Jan, 2000)
Für Kinder ab sechs Jahren ist dieses Spektakel gedacht. Entsprechend ist die Ausstattung: Herzallerliebste (und gewohnt feine) Animationen mit hübscher Sprachausgabe und Musik umrahmen die Puzzles. Die finde ich allerdings etwas unausgewogen - von hyperleicht (Irrgarten) bis steuerungsbedingt ganz schön happig (beim Bombardement der Schurken oder Tanzen). Vielleicht sollte letztere jung gebliebene Erwachsene ansprechen, für die sich das Vergnügen jedoch zu kurz gestaltet. Aber an der professionellen Aufmachung gibt es nichts zu mäkeln. Kids und Disneyfreunde kommen auf ihre Kosten.
WindowsPC Gaming World (Dec, 1999)
Win through, and the Blue Fairy transforms four toys in your bedroom into other games, providing a mixture of puzzles and entertainment. But the repetitive and unvarying nature of the games mean the selection quickly becomes boring.