8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
lots of problems but cute looking,
This review is from: Disney's Winnie The Pooh Baby (CD-ROM)
not worth buying unless your baby is crazy about pooh, and I don't think any 9 month old would be so decided in preference. My son actually played with it since 7 mo old, and we found that the response times are so awful that even we could not see the correlation between key strokes and activities on screen, this was with a then year old laptop. Its slow but barely tolerable with our now 3 yr old computer. Further, all of the keys are not captured, so your son can shut down, change the display, or otherwise lock up the computer while playing by slecting random things from the start or windows menus. its hard(NOT POSSIBLE) to tell an excited 7 mo old to press only the spacebar or some other one key! At 17 months he is finally calmer and gentler to the keyboard, and knows to hit one key at a time but definitely not earlier.
He loves jump start baby, and sesame street baby just as much, and those are much nicer on your nerves, as you don't need to calm a baby upset because his game has disappeared, and keep him soothed while rebooting yet again! The mickey toddler is better built