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Edutaining Kids (Oct, 2002)
This is one of those games that requires passwords in order to continue from where players left off (a feature our testers easily become annoyed with). However, the game totally captivated our 8 year old tester--she had troubles putting the game down.
GameZone (Sep 24, 2002)
A game that provides average gameplay, but has a thoughtfully designed interface that is heads above many games of this type for younger players. The mini-games provide added fun.
IGN (Sep 11, 2002)
She's not much of a looker, and she hasn't got any special magic in her step. I can't think of many good reasons to praise or recommend this game. That said, there's plenty of games that I would for sure NOT recommend, and this isn't one of those at all. It's just a very average game, with vivid but unimaginative stages and a lack of Sabrina flair (add in a second character with poofier hair and a slightly smaller nose and this could be a Mary-Kate and Ashley game). Most gamers of any age or play group can let this one fly by, but for young girls who don't have many other GBA games for their car trips, this one may have a small bit of dazzle for them.
Game Over Online (Sep 27, 2002)
There are four different thematic worlds to go through and each is divided into four more stages to give a total of sixteen levels. Commotion punctuates the platform action with prosaic mini puzzles. For example, while you're jumping around to collect pieces of spells, you also get to partake in a friendly game of concentration. Yes, it's that concentration where you flip cards and try to find matching pairs.
64 Power / big.N / N Games (Sep, 2002)
Die simple Durch-die-Gegend-Rennerei ist stupide und ziemlich lahmarschig. Das Ganze rechtfertig überhaupt nicht den Preis von 50 €. Schade eigentlich, denn aus der Lizenz hätte man viel mehr herausholen können.
Advance (Germany) (Sep, 2002)
Sabrina The Teenage Wich bietet alles, was ein Spiel nicht bieten sollte. Das Gameplay ist öde. Das Gehüpfe nervt das ganze Spiel hindurch und die Grafik ist zum Schreien schlecht Auch die Minispiele können da nicht mehr viel reißen, obwohl zumindest die Pong-Version mit Salem ganz nett ist.