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Pretty Pretty Princess Cinderella Edition

by Hasbro

Price: $62.95 + $5.49 shipping
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  • Jewelry dress-up game
  • Move your glass slipper around the game board to find the accessories you need for the ball
  • Collect the necklace, earrings, ring and bracelet first before midnight to win
  • For 2 to 4 players
  • Ages 4 and up.
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 10.5 x 10.6 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007Q1J7K
  • Item model number: 42581
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 8 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,493 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Become Cinderella in this jewelry dress-up game! Move your glass slipper around the game board to find the accessories you need to get ready for the ball! Collect the necklace, earrings, ring and bracelet first before midnight to win the game!

Product Description

Your little princess will enjoy hours of fairytale fun with this magical jewelry dress-up game. Become Cinderella by moving your glass slipper around the board. Find a necklace, earrings, a ring and a bracelet along the way. Be first to collect all the jewelry before the clock strikes midnight and you win!

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My 5 year old daughter LOVES this game.
Jersey girl
Sure, the pieces of jewelry are plastic and could possibly break if pulled on too hard but for game time, they will work just perfectly.
Syrielle
This is a surprisingly fun game to play with young kids!
Beaker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By There was an old lady who lived in a shoe... on October 10, 2005
Okay, I know the box says "ages 5 and up," but I think this must mostly be for the choking hazards. My daughters are ages 3.5 and 2, and we play this game a couple of times a week.

The entire premise of the game is to move your colored slipper around the board where you land on pictures of various pieces of jewelry. If you aren't already wearing what you land on, you take the piece out of the jewelry box and put it on. To win, be the first person to get your necklace, bracelet, both earrings, ring, and crown.

Pros:

* Easy to play. Very simple rules.

* Easy and fast to put away. All pieces have a definite place inside the box.

* Entertaining for my preschool daughters who pretend princess 24/7.

* Teaches basics of playing board games such as taking turns, moving the number of spaces on the spinner, congratulating the winner (we princesses curtsy to the winner), putting away the pieces when finished, etc.

Cons:

* The target ages. I would not leave my preschoolers to play with this game alone due to choking hazards and flimsy jewelry that I'm sure they would break in no time. But I doubt that an older kid would find the game fun because there's really no challenge: you just win by luck of the spin.

* Cheap, cheap jewelry. Much less durable than regular Disney princess play jewelry. After game play, you'll want to put these pieces right back in the box to keep them whole.

* Some assembly required. When you first open the box, you decorate the crown and jewelry box with tiny, plastic, sticky-backed "jewels." These are so little that even I had trouble handling them and getting them where I wanted.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. C. Sweet on December 1, 2006
This game isn't bad, but if you're looking for a Pretyy Pretty Princess stick to the orignial version, unless your daughter is a hardcore Disney fan. The original has a better crown (and it matters to some girls) and a mirror on the box for them to admire themselves (where a cinderella decal appears on this jewlery box.) But I think the most glaring differences are that instead of the black ring being what makes you not win, this includes a cardboard clock set at midnight, which just doesn't match the fun of the "Black Ring of Doom" and that they switched out the Green Jewlery for the Yellow Jewlery. (The Green is much prettier, and it's in the original).

Again, if you just want to play Pretty Pretty Princess, go for the original. If your daughter needs a Disney fix try to talk her in to the original, it really is a much better game.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. Distaso VINE VOICE on October 16, 2005
We just bought this for our 3 year old.

I do not at all understand why it is labled for 5 and over!!

Cute game idea-

But this was not well put together.

First I about died when I saw the super cheap, barely cardboard gameboard!!!!!!! It is a VERY small board, set up like a 4 piece puzzle, that I predict will barely stay together after a few plays.

the jewelery, subpar. the crown and rings are OK, the rest very cheap and plain. But is serves it purpose just fine :).

I give this low marks for educational and durablity.

BUT the jewlery box and spinner are a nice & durable!! If they put the same effort into the WHOLE game it may be worth buying.

My daughter DID enjoy dressing up and playing a game together so that salvaged a star for the game.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 28, 2007
A gift for my sister's 6th birthday. I was over-joyed because I had one when I was her age. I ended up decorating the crown, although I'm sure she could have handled it, I just think she wouldn't have thought to make a pattern to make it look nice.

Setting the game board up is a little hard. You have to remember how the colors go otherwise it won't fit just right. It's like a puzzle almost.

The jewlery is just like the classic game, simple and easy to take on and off. Yes it's cheap and that's a good thing seeing as how both my sister and I have forgotten to take off one piece well after we played the game. The jewlery even fit me at 22 so even us big kids can play!

There isn't much difference with this one and the original except you have a Cinderella themed board edges and clock tower. If the original is cheaper then get that one. It won't make a difference to the girl because the game is still the same.

The only downside was when we played with just two players it was hard to get rid of the clock tower (which you need to, to win). We would just end up going around and around the board either trying to get rid of the tower or trying to get the "take any piece" circle to get the crown. We ended up making it so that if you landed on the clocktower after you already have it you can put it back on the game board. I think with three or more players we could just keep circling but with just us we use that cheat.

Another thing for us was when I tried to open one of the earrings it fell apart and this was the first time we played it. It didn't break, I just had to pop it back into it's tiny holes but it still sucked since it was a new game.
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