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My Baby Girl - Nintendo DS

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
47 customer reviews

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  • Simulates life for baby care with as much affection and tenderness as a real parent
  • Watch them grow, change form and develop from 0 to 14 months by using all the functionalities of your portable console (breath, voice, stylus, etc.)
  • A pediatrician and a pediatric nurse will come to your aid and review the elementary rules to keeping the baby calm, eating, going to sleep and having nice dreams
  • The on-screen infants will evolve during the game when your baby grows physically and psychologically, giving you a charming and rewarding experience
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My Baby Girl is a game that simulates life for baby care with as much affection and tenderness as a real parent. Watch them grow, change form and develop from 0 to 14 months by using all the functionalities of your portable console (breath, voice, stylus, etc.). A pediatrician and a pediatric nurse will come to your aid and review the elementary rules to keeping the baby calm, eating, going to sleep and having nice dreams. The on-screen infants will evolve during the game when your baby grows physically and psychologically, giving you a charming and rewarding experience.


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  • ASIN: B001DZDUCQ
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 4, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,654 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on April 23, 2009
This game is very fun, and I have three baby games. This is how I rank them:

Baby Pals: Easy
Imagine Babyz: Medium
My Baby Girl: Hard
That's how I rank them. If you're looking for a mild but not yet complex game get baby pals, it's a good game. If you're looking for a challenging game get my baby girl, it's tricky but fun. Imagine babyz is good too, if you're looking for something in the middle. My name's Hannah and I'm nine years old, I've actually beat the game 7 times! Just post a comment if you're stuck on a month. Thanks!
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Nicolle on November 17, 2008
Both of my daughters, ages 8 and 9, say this game is "awesome". They say to get the baby to grasp your finger, you just press down on the baby's finger with the stylus, and keep pressing down until a star shows up. I recommend this for girls who are growing out of the doll phase but are still interested in playing "Mommy."
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jen VINE VOICE on December 11, 2008
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Even as a mother with a child of my own, I still have that little girl inside that likes to play with dolls and, having a son, I don't get very much opportunity! I originally picked up Imagine Babyz on clearance and was very disappointed with it. It was put on the shelf after just a few days. My Baby Girl, however, has me hooked!

It lures you in right from the start with adorable graphics and real baby babble and cooing. The interface is very easy to understand, so much that my 3-year-old has no trouble getting around and figuring out what to do. Also, the baby is very interactive. You can stroke her cheek and she'll close her eyes and smile as she coos, or rub her tummy and she'll laugh. The purpose of the game is to guide your baby through her first 14 months by helping her reach certain milestones which are spot on as far as real baby development goes. You will do things like get her to grasp your finger, help her sit up as she develops head and neck control, hold her hands as she stands up for the first time, and so much more. Each month has you teaching your baby something new and it is always enjoyable and even a little exciting to see your baby do something new for the first time. Your goal is to fill her development bar which slowly fills as you teach her new things and seems to randomly go up from doing other activities as well. Though you can't advance to the next month until she's fully learned the new skills, even if the development bar is full.

You can't just teach your baby all of these skills and move from month to month, however. Just like a real baby, she has needs that will need to be tended to.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 14, 2010
Hi I'm Angie and I'm 11 years old. This is a VERY FUN game!!!! Although it is really fun I think it is for the age range of 8-12, or grown-up gamers because there is a lot of reading involved. If you can't read then you really won't be able to understand it at all. Well, I can't really say much about this game because I am stuck on month 3. There are 14 months in all. You have to teach your baby 1 or 2 different things each month.Again, I can only tell you about month 1, 2, and 3, because I am stuck on month 3. Well anyway, in the beginning of month 1 you get to choose what your baby looks like. You get to choose your baby's hair color, eye color, and culture. For example, Caucasian, Spanish, African American, and a few more. You have 1 thing to teach your baby this month. She needs to grab your finger. How you do this is put your virtual hand over the baby's hand. Wait until the finger is out, or pointing. Then just hold it there until she grabs it, and a star appears. On month 2, I'm sorry, but I can only remember one task. The one I can remember is your baby has to learn to follow a rattle with her eyes. What you have to do is just move the rattle slowly back and forth in front of her. It's pretty easy once you get the hang of it. In month 3, you need to get your baby to sit up with her neck straight, and getting her to turn her head and look at the rattle. The first task is easy, all you need to do is pick the baby up so she's sitting, and then hold your hand on her forehead until a star appears. But I am stuck on the second task, so I can't tell you how to do that. If anyone knows how, please comment on this to help me.Read more ›
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Illig family Zoo on November 22, 2008
I bought the boy version of this game and it is very cute. It can be frustrating at times, because the things you have to teach the baby have to be pretty precise. Graphics and sound are done very well. For people wanting to buy both versions...in the instruction book it says when you finish the game (which ever game you own) it will unlock the opposite sex and then you can choose between a girl and a boy. Have Fun!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 1, 2009
I recieved this game for christmas and it's pretty addicting. First off the instruction book isn't very helpful, and their website suggests searching the internet for support if you have difficultly with the game. First thing you do when you get the baby is choose boy or girl or surprise! Depending on if you buy the boy version or girl version, you won't get to pick your first time playing. So since I stared with the girl version that's what I got, but once you pass the game you get to choose boy or surprise. Next you pick the ethnicity not skin color, hair color and eye color. The only problem I had at this point was that there was so preview screen, so you couldn't see what ethnicity was close to the skin color you wanted. After that you give your baby a name and they you get to see her, stark in a diaper. A nurse and doctor are there to help. The doctor helps you with the development of your baby and the nurse helps you with the home care. At first you see your house laid out and the potential buttons you have to earn to use. So first off when you're dealing with your baby there are up to 3 bars you have to fill. One is always development and the other two change with your baby's age. In order to progress to another month, you have to fill all three bars. The first two are to see if baby can hear you, so you talk to her but not too loud or she'll get upset, and to get her to hold your finger. One of the many hard tasks you'll have to do. Once you accomplish these tasks the nurse opens up more of the home and more activities, such as changing the diaper, with the wiping front to back applies, bath time, where you have to make sure baby doesn't slip too far in the water, (no she doesn't drown), and bottle feeding, which progresses to spoon feeding.Read more ›
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