Candy Land DVD Game
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- 2 to 4 players.
- Ages 3 and up.
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Every child's first favorite game now comes with an exciting musical DVD.
Parents who grew up on this sugary sweet game will notice that this DVD version diverges completely from the original, introducing a new cast of characters and a different set of rules. The candy-laden game board with the rainbow-colored path is replaced by a stack of 24 8-inch-square play mats in rainbow hues, some bearing pictures of candy and Candy Land characters. Characters appear on the included DVD in animation, where they guide kids through the three different games, providing instructions and game play challenges in either English or Spanish.
King Kandy, the ruler of all of Candy Land, requires kids to step on the correctly colored play mat as he shouts out color names in his Gumball Challenge. Mister Mint, a goofy peppermint stick man, tries to bolster kids listening skills with his Mister Mint Says game, a close rendition of Simon Says. And, the pleasingly plump Gramma Nutt uses the play mats for her Musical Moves game where, in a variation of Musical Chairs, children must locate a mat once the music stops playing. Kids are rewarded with gingerbread cookie tokens for a job well done. In addition to the games, the DVD also features three animated songs from the movie Candy Land: The Great Lollipop Adventure. --Cristina VaamondeSee all Product description
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Second, the DVD controls do NOT allow you to skip thru the promos, and the lengthy spells of "lord licorice" talking, which can result in some boredom...this is something that is kind of annoying after you've played a number of times. Also, the games are nearly identical every single time, and you have to be careful or older kids will learn the pattern (such as in Grandma Nutt's game) quite quickly, and beat the littler ones every time, which is also tiresome to have an unhappy 3 year old that his sister ALWAYS wins.
What we do, is get the game out for a week or two and they play it regularly and really enjoy it, and them we put it away on a high shelf where they can't see it for a few weeks, and when we get it back out they don't remember the exact order so much anymore and it's fun again for awhile.
Our bottom line: MUCH better for smaller kids (I can't imagine any kid over 6 being willing to play this thing!) if you can find it on SALE!!! Would be great in the $15 or under range.