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100
MacintoshCommon Sense Media (Nov 14, 2003)
I Spy Fantasy offers lots of replayability because the three adventures can be worked through on three levels of difficulty. In solving the 54 puzzles, children expand their vocabularies. The nature of these puzzles encourages cooperative play.
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WindowsCommon Sense Media (Nov 14, 2003)
I Spy Fantasy offers lots of replayability because the three adventures can be worked through on three levels of difficulty. In solving the 54 puzzles, children expand their vocabularies. The nature of these puzzles encourages cooperative play.
100
MacintoshJust Adventure (Jan 29, 2004)
SPY Fantasy is very easy to play and understand. It lives up to its claims by helping to build valuable learning skills within your kids and allowing them to have fun while doing it as well. Kids will enjoy the three different fantasy settings, its impressive visuals, the thrill of solving an adventure in each world and especially finding all the items that are hidden in each of the scenes in the game. I know I had lots of fun myself as I was playing through this game and it even got me interested in reading the books that these games are based on. Readers of the I SPY books should find this game most entertaining and others will find what is so amazing about the popularity of these books and discover why they have been turned into a series of games. I SPY Fantasy is highly recommended and retails for only $20 and for that price alone you should buy this game for your children, especially considering the degree of replayability, fun and learning that it offers.
100
WindowsJust Adventure (Jan 29, 2004)
SPY Fantasy is very easy to play and understand. It lives up to its claims by helping to build valuable learning skills within your kids and allowing them to have fun while doing it as well. Kids will enjoy the three different fantasy settings, its impressive visuals, the thrill of solving an adventure in each world and especially finding all the items that are hidden in each of the scenes in the game. I know I had lots of fun myself as I was playing through this game and it even got me interested in reading the books that these games are based on. Readers of the I SPY books should find this game most entertaining and others will find what is so amazing about the popularity of these books and discover why they have been turned into a series of games. I SPY Fantasy is highly recommended and retails for only $20 and for that price alone you should buy this game for your children, especially considering the degree of replayability, fun and learning that it offers.
95
WindowsReview Corner (Nov, 2003)
Problem-solving and language arts skills get a boost as kids take up the many challenges this enjoyable game has to offer. Replayable content and brain-building fun are featured.
90
WindowsKidZone (Nov 25, 2003)
There are six areas in each theme to explore, and each theme has three difficulty levels, for a total of fifty-four puzzle pages in all. Even the easiest levels will require some thought, especially for younger players, so there are many hours of play in this program. These puzzles are delightfully engrossing, and will afford much amusement to boys and girls ages 5-10. An excellent purchase for any time, and especially over the holidays!
80
WindowsGameZebo (Dec 12, 2006)
I shudder to use the word "edutainment," but it's an apt description of the kind of vibe I Spy Fantasy puts off. Go and download it - you'll have fun and probably feel smarter too!
80
WindowsQuandary (Mar, 2005)
Because of the similarities with other I Spy Games, I Spy Fantasy might not deliver enough variety for some kids, but it's certainly entertaining and perfect for I Spy fans, and for a rainy day. I tested one 'adventure' accompanied by 7 year old Mark, and he did need a few 'prods' to find some of the objects, (and so did I for a couple of them). So players at the lower end of the recommended age group will likely need help. Mark's enthusiasm for the game didn't dampen though. It was a huge treat to finally fix the circuit board and send off that space ship.
50
WindowsSoftpedia (Sep 15, 2015)
To wrap it up, I Spy Fantasy is as casual as they get. All You have to do is listen to riddles, look at colorful sceneries and click on objects to solve puzzles.