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Can anyone recommend Wii games for a 5 year old girl please?

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
We got a Wii for Christmas & have Wii Sports, Wii Play, Carnival Games & Mario Kart ... and my little girl will only play bowling and about 2 of the carnival games (my son is loving all of them, but I feel that the shared pressie isn't really being shared equally)! Can anyone recommend a game that she will love?

I wondered about karaoke or a dancing type one, but she's not in to High School Musical & that's about the only one I can find... thanks in advance for your help.
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
what about cooking mama
1 Like #2
my five year old loves dieago on the wii,
#3
sassie
what about cooking mama


Her friend has that & she tried to play it once, but I don't think it got explained to well and she didn't like it much ... thanks though - how are your guys getting on with theirs?
#4
Boogie is an singing game

or

Wii fit when in stock it is fu€n
#5
surfbunny
my five year old loves dieago on the wii,


what do you have to do in that - sorry not heard of it - will just look up quickly on amazon :oops:
banned#6
Laffy42
Her friend has that & she tried to play it once, but I don't think it got explained to well and she didn't like it much ... thanks though - how are your guys getting on with theirs?


they both love it, i know it was little guys pressie but he prefers to play on it with sister than alone, he likes the wii sports and wii lay, also likes the mario kart and soinc at the olympics, maybe if her friend has games she could borrow them to see if she likes them as they are so expensive to buy if they dont like them
#7
DomWall
Boogie is an singing game

or

Wii fit when in stock it is fu€n


Thanks - just looked up Boogie online - is it quite grown up though? have you played it & would it be suitable for a 5yr old? They are so expensive that don't want to buy one & then find it's no good ... don't realy want to spend out for the fit board yet as cleared out after wii, controllers, chargers etc!
banned#8
Laffy42
Thanks - just looked up Boogie online - is it quite grown up though? have you played it & would it be suitable for a 5yr old? They are so expensive that don't want to buy one & then find it's no good ... don't realy want to spend out for the fit board yet as cleared out after wii, controllers, chargers etc!


just got the boogie superstar for little guy after trading in sonic unleased and must admit he isnt overly keen on it even though he loves the singstars on the ps2
#9
sassie
they both love it, i know it was little guys pressie but he prefers to play on it with sister than alone,


! wish mine would play together! Laddie refuses to play if dd is playing .. which doesn't help - great idea about borrowing games to try, & will give cooking mama another go thanks
#10
Carnival games, kids love it. :)
#11
cuzzy
Carnival games, kids love it. :)


Got that one ... except she will only play 2 of the games (& one I have to help her aim!)
banned#12
the hand controls are pretty hard on the wii till they get used to it, i also think its harder to get into the games than it is on say the ds, so its just practise, my son loves it but i wouldnt say he got into it like he did the ds
#13
sassie
the hand controls are pretty hard on the wii till they get used to it, i also think its harder to get into the games than it is on say the ds, so its just practise, my son loves it but i wouldnt say he got into it like he did the ds


She does get really frustrated with some of the games cos she can't make the right movements which of course her older brother can do easily ... don't think this has helped either ... oh dear, maybe I should have got her ds instead ...
banned#14
Laffy42
She does get really frustrated with some of the games cos she can't make the right movements which of course her older brother can do easily ... don't think this has helped either ... oh dear, maybe I should have got her ds instead ...


thankfully daughter is 15 so plays with him on it, and he also gets frustrated and makes her do what he cant - lol

He had his ds last year and was never off it, just before he had the wii he really got inot books so wasnt spending alot of time on the ds cause he was doing alot of reading and still is really, although he was well chuffed with the wii like i say i wouldnt say he plays on it as much, and also the ds you can get a card to download games so no expensive game they wont like, although this is illegal like :whistling:
1 Like #15
my 5 yr old and my 10 yr old had a wii for xmas, they love it and had numerous games (the ones you mentioned included) but i felt my dd didnt have any girly games so i got her dora the explorer (dora saves the snow princess) which she loves and is easy to use the controllers for this.
#16
bargainhunter5
my 5 yr old and my 10 yr old had a wii for xmas, they love it and had numerous games (the ones you mentioned included) but i felt my dd didnt have any girly games so i got her dora the explorer (dora saves the snow princess) which she loves and is easy to use the controllers for this.


Just looked this up & looks easy (good - says you can't miss jumps etc) & very girly so thanks for that tip - also only 14.99 at amazon! :)
1 Like #17
yes i got it for £14.99 thought it was a bargain lol x
banned 1 Like #18
same price at play.com if you want to use a cashback site
#19
sassie
and also the ds you can get a card to download games so no expensive game they wont like, although this is illegal like :whistling:


:thumbsup: ! :whistling:
#20
sassie
same price at play.com if you want to use a cashback site


Gotta love quidco - cheers sassie
banned#21
Laffy42
Gotta love quidco - cheers sassie


your welcome, and good luck finding games, I always check here for prices http://www.find-games.co.uk/ :thumbsup:
1 Like #22
Dog Island, my friends girl has this and loves it!
1 Like #23
We've got the Boogie Superstar and I think it will be a bit beyond a 5yr old, although she may be able to do the dancing. What about the Disney Princess game? My girls are 3 & 7 and whilst the 3yr old just aimlessly follows her sister (princess) around, she loved customising her princess at the start to look like her and feels as though she's playing (bit of a platform game). It's very pretty, we've had it for about a year and the eldest could play it straight away so should be OK for your 5yr old.

Another good one that's usually quite cheap, is Cranium Kadooki which is like the Cranium Cadoo board games and is lots of fun. Have to admit that our 3yr old (almost 4) plays the same games as you've mentioned for your 3yr old, plus a few things on Mario Olympics and a couple (by default) on the Wii Fit.
1 Like #24
My Sims and My Sims kingdom are excellent. In My Sims they build houses and do tasks. In My Sims Kingdom they have to collect objects to complete scrolls. My 17 year old daughter even enjoyed them!:)
1 Like #25
wall-e only 9.99£ aswell in game currently
#26
leopardspots
Dog Island, my friends girl has this and loves it!


Sparker14
My Sims and My Sims kingdom are excellent. In My Sims they build houses and do tasks. In My Sims Kingdom they have to collect objects to complete scrolls. My 17 year old daughter even enjoyed them!:)


thanks - the Amazon reviews for these look as if she might be a bit too young for these yet ...

Sh0rty
wall-e only 9.99£ aswell in game currently


thanks - only £8.25 at Amazon, but dreadful reviews ...
#27
Annie1508
We've got the Boogie Superstar and I think it will be a bit beyond a 5yr old, although she may be able to do the dancing. What about the Disney Princess game? My girls are 3 & 7 and whilst the 3yr old just aimlessly follows her sister (princess) around, she loved customising her princess at the start to look like her and feels as though she's playing (bit of a platform game). It's very pretty, we've had it for about a year and the eldest could play it straight away so should be OK for your 5yr old.

Another good one that's usually quite cheap, is Cranium Kadooki which is like the Cranium Cadoo board games and is lots of fun. Have to admit that our 3yr old (almost 4) plays the same games as you've mentioned for your 3yr old, plus a few things on Mario Olympics and a couple (by default) on the Wii Fit.


Thanks for the Boogie Superstar info - I thought it looked a bit complicated so good to know that it would be! I have actually just ordered the Disney Princess game (!)- I found it last night when looking at the Dora one that someone else recommended and my daughter prefers princesses so have gone for that one. At least it will be one that her brother won't be tempted to try as it looks REALLY girly! Thanks for your help :)
#28
Hiya

My seven year old had Wii Carnival Games - Mini Golf for Christmas & loves it!
It's suitable for all ages.....even nI have the odd knock or two!

Also it's reasonably priced not like some that are £40.

In fact it was a duplicated present so I have another one sitting in the wardrobe brand new & sealed if your interested??

Let me know

Cheers
Hel
banned#29
resident evil!
banned#30
only joking how about bratz

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