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About the product
- Tickle, peek-a-boo, and even patty cake with your baby
- Customize your baby's physical appearance, clothes & toys
- Teach your baby to crawl, walk and talk
- Utilize the stylus as a spoon to feed or soap to wash
- Earn items like new toys, cute clothes and accessories for your baby
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Someone special, someone dear, someone new to love is here! Bring hours of baby fun home in Baby Pals, a game where you get to do all the fun things real parents do like feeding, bathing, playing with and teaching your baby. If you're a really good parent, your little angel will even love you back...kootchy kootchy koo!
Top customer reviews
*You can buy toys for your baby, but when you play with baby with the toys you spent your hard earned money on, you dont get near as many points as if you had just played peek-a-boo (I guess that is a lot like real life, spend a fortune on a big toy and your kid wants to play with the box :P)
*Alot of the tank top dresses and various other outfits dont look right once you put them on your baby. The graphics mess up and get pixelated in the wrong places. Not a major deal, but slightly annoying.
*Most of the hairstyles you can choose from are nothing like what a babies hair would look like. I guess I'm more of a 'realist', but there were only 2 or 3 that I could consider using on my virtual baby.
*Baby stops growing at 14 months, and the game doesnt even tell you its fully grown either.
*When your baby reaches 14 months, you have to waste 3 meals to feed the baby one time, and you get the same amount of points no matter which difficulty level meal you feed the baby.
Overall it was fun though, and I can see young girls especially liking the game. Hopefully if there is a sequel, there will be vast improvements.
Not to mention, there are many clothes and items to buy for your baby! Everything from "Anne Geddes-style" baby costumes (flower, teddy bear,...) to even a pirate costume to name a few. The diapers come in different varieties-ie. Plain white, floral, duck, and leopard print. Of course you can purchase more typical clothes-onesies, dresses, pants, overalls, and more. Many toys can be purchased for your baby too. There are balls, stuffed animals, and dolls.
Because this is a baby simulation type game, the game consists of cooking, feeding, bathing, playing, and teaching your baby. Younger game players below the age of about seven might need some help learning how to care for and play with their baby. There is a little reading involved (in the form of brief instructions on how to play some parts of the game). I'm sure once you showed your child how to complete the tasks a couple of times (will not take a lot of your time), that your child will be able to complete the majority of the tasks on their own. The instructions booklet is very thorough, but not overly detailed in case you need more directions. Interacting with your baby is fun, and you get to earn money that way too!
Your baby will age (still a baby though) in this game, but it never "ends." As the game progresses, there are more items added, the games get slightly more difficult, and the meal preparation more complex. A young gamer will still be able to enjoy and play at this level with only a bit of assistance.
Overall, I gave this game 5 stars. It is adorable, fun, and entertaining. My niece (age 9) loves this game. She gave it a 4.5 rating, and this game is #1 on her "Toys To Buy List."