Lilo & Stitch's Island of Adventures DVD Game
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- Immersive game combines DVD and board elements
- Contains 10 onscreen games, 10 activities, 2 full length Lilo & Stitch adventures, 200 virtual mystery cards, tropical environments and disasters
- All-new 60 minutes of programming
- Movie poster
- Includes a board game with playing pieces and 50 POGS
Top Customer Reviews
For any parent who has done endless rounds of Candyland this year, this game is a refreshing relief because it's actually fun to play for the grownups, but just as easy as Candyland for the ages 3 and up crowd.
Great graphics and real humor, plus the pogs with all 50 "Cousins" have sent my son over the moon, he just sits and plays with those in-between family play time.
The board game is interesting, but even playing it with my family, I found parts of it to be rather embarrassing. If you don't have a problem getting up in front of people and doing goofy things, then this probably won't be much of a problem for you.
The two "full-length Lilo & Stitch adventures" advertised are really two complete episodes of Lilo & Stitch: The Series: "Mr. Stenchy" and "Clip". Since the series is not otherwise available on DVD, if you're a big fan, you may want to buy this game just for them. Of course, it's rather expensive for just two 23 minute episodes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my nieces 5th birthday. She loves Lilo and stitch and Hawaii so it was great. Fun for the family, interactive and extra little facts about Hawaii. Read morePublished on March 5, 2014 by melinda mitchell
This game is so choppy and never really gets going, the DVD part just breaks up the game and kills itPublished on May 15, 2013 by Two Girls
Considering most kids love video games, it's nice to have a game I can play and not have a headache at the end of it. Read morePublished on May 5, 2010 by L. A. Grant
My son loves this game. To me it seems a little simplistic. Not enough challenge. Would be nice if there were different levels of difficulty. Read morePublished on September 3, 2007 by T. Bowers
My 8 year old really enjoys this game. However, the sound quality of many of the instructions is unintelligible and very annoying for an adult.Published on January 18, 2004 by M. Wijtman