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    Peppa Pig

    Not sure if this sub forum is for family games or includes games which kids love themselves. My 3 year old boy loves Peppa on the Wii. Controls are easy and graphics simple. Bob the Builder is a total complicated nightmare by comparison.

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    Yeah I agree. Toy story is worse, it is very hard even for adults.
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    Damn. I just d/l Toy Story recently after taking my boy to see the release of Toy Story 2 in 3D. Hope he doesn't remember that I promised him the game haha.

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    He will probably like game but you will have to play it for him to get on to next levels.
    Airdie has cinemas?? Only kidding lol.
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    No it doesn't but we've got good rail links to cineworld in glesgae, not too far from showcase in scummy Coatbridge and myvue in Hamilton :-)

    How many screens you got on the Isle?

    Quote Originally Posted by wiimaster4eva View Post
    He will probably like game but you will have to play it for him to get on to next levels.
    Airdie has cinemas?? Only kidding lol.

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    Lol one, has about 150-200 seats. Some people on cribs on mtv have bigger cinemas.
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    i agree. Peppa pig is great. i have a 2 and 3 year old. and they love it. they both find it fun and easy to work.

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    My son loves Peppa Pig but wasn't that interested in the game, he just made me play it and it's pure tedium (although obviously not for kids).

    He prefers to watch me play Cooking Mama 2, he likes to pick out recipes for me to cook which is fine by me as it's much more involved.

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    My daughter loves this game too! I tried to add a channel forwarder to run it from usb to make it easier for her to play it, but no matter what loader i use i just get a black screen....

    It loads fine if run from a loader though, like usb loader gx or neogamma...

    Any ideas?

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    My friend bought this for his 4 yr-old daughter and she absolutely loves it. She has never played a DS game before, but thanks to the easy to navigate menus, she did not really have a problem. She loves all the little mini-games and i think by far her favorite is the coloring in. I think its really good that they have Peppa Pig and the other characters talk, as well as the narrator, as it means I can leave her to play it and not have to keep on explaining how to make things work.

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