Join Cinderella, Ariel, Belle, Sleeping Beauty, Jasmine, and Snow White inside an enchanted virtual castle, and become the ultimate Disney Princess. Be the first to collect all six of your royal items and you'll advance to... more » the bonus round where you and your court will be honored at the Royal Ball. DISNEY PRINCESS EDITION adds a pinch of pixie dust to the traditional board game, transforming it into a wondrous and immersive entertainment experience filled with virtual 3-D environments, imaginative mini-games and activities, surprise character visits, and more. It's the perfect choice for your Family Game Night! Your remote controls your destiny.« less
Genres:Kids & Family, Animation Sub-Genres:Animation, Animation Studio:WALT DISNEY VIDEO Format:DVD - Color DVD Release Date: 12/05/2006 Original Release Date: 01/01/2006 Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2006 Release Year: 2006 Run Time: 33hr 26min Screens: Color Number of Discs: 1 SwapaDVD Credits: 1 Total Copies: 1 Members Wishing: 0 MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated) Languages:English See Also:
"My 7 yr. old daughter got this for Christmas. She has really enjoyed it and asks to play it multiple times a day. You can have up to 4 players. I usually play with her. All you do is put the DVD in your DVD player, listen to the instructions and use your DVD remote control to play.
Educationally, there isn't much there. There is some luck involved and some skill involved at answering questions about the princess movies. There is trivia (answering questions about princess movies), reading lines from the movies correctly, guessing # of items shown game, dancing, and many "which princes or princess movie does this belong to" games. Also there are some suprises along the way...trapdoors, and villains, etc.
This has been a very enjoyable game and recommended for any girl that likes Disney princesses."
"Ever wanted a trivia game that young and old alike can play together?
You knopw there are games that seem so simple for adults and complex for kids. Well I just played with Disney Dogs and had a great time.
Next to Lassie, Walt Disney studios is the greatest doggy film-maker of all time. Every dog from 101 Dalmations to goofy is covered here in trivia.
Its fun and for families & Disney Buffs alike
So dog gone wild for these dogs
Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD"
Disappointed in Disney Princesses DVD game
C. Keene | California, United States | 01/07/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Since the Disney Princess DVD game that I ordered for my granddaughters (ages 4 & 5 3/4) was backordered, it was very much anticipated as a belated Christmas gift. The package in which the DVD comes states that there are 250 games on the disk; that is far from accurate. There is only one game that may have 250 variations as purported but in the past few days as it has been played with, it seems to be very limited in it's scope. The dimensional graphics & artwork are nice but don't make up for a lack of excitement, actual participation in, or anticipation in the game. The manner in which a player loses a turn happens suddenly seemingly without fanfare or thorough explantion. It seems to me that the children who might be interested in playing this DVD game would be better served by using their own game playing skill & imagination on a real board game : or might I suggest Disney's DVD version of BINGO which is way more particpatory & fun? The girls are already becoming bored (I never use that word loosely) with their Disney Princess DVD game & I do not feel it was worth the money."
Disney DVD Game World - Disney Princess Edition
J. A. Medlin | Texas | 01/18/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Fun for the whole family! My 4 year-old can play along with her big sister and answer the questions too! The game can seem a little slow, but it has been fun!!!"
Fun for a while!
small wonder | Tennessee | 10/21/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The first few times that you play this game is really fun but after that questions start to get repeated. I really enjoyed seeing all of the dogs that Disney has had in their movies throuout the years. One thing that I have noticed is that the game tends to give many turns to one person while the next person gets just one. It doesn't seem to be random. Difficulty wise, I would say that small children could have some trouble with it and even adults could be challenged by some of the questions. All in all, I like the game. I just wish the game was a little more fair on turns and that the questions did not repeat so much. I don't think that it is worth more than $10 or $15. Disney has many films starring cats. Maybe they should make that game next."