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When you meet your Kinectimals cub for the first time, something magical happens. A friendship is immediately formed, and you quickly begin imagining all the wonderful places you'll explore and the curious things you'll discover together. Kinectimals has five different exotic animals to choose from, each one of them more adorable than the next. Teach them commands, play with your animal and compete in contests. This is the beginning of a wonderful and lasting friendship.
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This game in particular evoked creativity and interest in animals, better than I had hoped. So far, my grandson has played with the game for days and has become quite enamored with "his pet". This encourages a love for animals, a viewpoint children rarely see unless they live on a nature preserve. The game seems well attuned to smaller bodies, and although it takes some getting used to as with any game controller, it works. I remember trying to get used to all the game controls with the original controller with the "A", "X", and joystick controls. This is much easier in my opinion. In essence, this type of game is in a category of its own and I would highly recommend both the Kinectics sensor, and the Kinectimals game.
Once you get signed in, my 6 year old loves it and it works great.
I won't go into detail, but if you are having issues signing into a profile and getting your game to save - read on.
This thread solved my problems. It discusses problems with a disney game, but we were having the same problem with Kinectimals.[...]
(May I add - It's lame that you have to do this in order to save the game. Especially since it isn't in the instruction booklet.)
1. Switch the xbox on
2. Sign in to your profile if you are not already auto signed in
3. On the dashboard go to the Settings blade and enter the Kinect Settings
4. Start Kinect ID
5. Go through the whole process and finish playing Kinect ID, at the very end, it should ask you to wave, do this and the system should say it has recognized you successfully.
6. Finish Kinect ID and return to the XBOX360 dashboard
7. Start the game.
8. Once on the start screen of the game, pressing the start button should begin to identify you. Once it has finished this you should be told you have been recognized correctly and you should be able to proceed to your save files.
This is a copy/paste from this link.
My 5.5 y/o boy loves this game.
By the time I get it set up and get the game going he has lost interest and the rest of the family takes turns trying to figure out how to dig for treasure by motioning scooping water into our hands?
We have found better luck with Kinect Adventures, sports, and dance themes for bridging the age gap and having immediate gratification for the younger attention span. I am leaving it at 3 stars to be neutral for the readers who have calm players in the 4-7 age range. My 10 yr old played to be nice and advanced the farthest but it wasn't enjoyable for anyone.