Imagine: Music Festival is a Adventuring game available on the DS.
Imagine: Music Festival is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.
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Due to the fact I am not quite rock and roll when it comes to my musical career, I have always been ok with my kids growing up around it. they are inquisitive to say the least and ask me all manner of questions whether it be, how to get a CD pressed, to getting music on the radio, to managing royalties and licensing. So this game was an interesting way for my three seven year-olds to try out a musical career from the safety of our living room.
The first thing I liked about it is the multiple save game files. This allows each of my three to have their own save game and take turns in playing it. The game itself it pretty well pitched and has for the most part been autonomous, but I couldn't help get involved when they started talking about their appearance. To any other eavesdropper you might of thought you were listening to several late-teens preparing for a night out making sure that the outfit they were designing coordinated properly, but these were three 7 year-olds making their way through a DS game.
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