December 10, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide Day 38 - Pillow Pets DS Review

Like so many other kids, my girls went crazy for Pillow Pets when they first came out. They love playing with them and using them every night when they sleep. I have to admit, even I like some of them. Now, thanks to Game Mill Entertainment, the Pillow Pets DS game is here! This game has everything you could want in a video game for your kids.


Pillow Pets DS is basically a big game of hide and seek. You have to look around through different levels to find your missing pillow pet friends and bring them back to the playroom. As you look through and complete the levels, you are rewarded with accessories, like hats and glasses etc, that can be used to dress up the pillow pets. There is a total of 16 pillow pets that can be collected and many many accessories.

Features Include - 
• Collectables: Meet and collect up to 16 well-known Pillow Pets characters including farm critters and jungle animals.
• Beautiful Lands to Explore: Venture into magical lands including Fantasy Woods, Rainbow Valley and Slumber Land Castle.
• Customization: Accessorize your Pillow Pets™ from head to toe! Up to 40 accessories to unlock from hats, glasses and more.
• Rewards: Gather tokens, unlock bonuses and garner prizes in each level.

What I like most about the game is that it is totally appropriate for my daughters to play. The object and controls are simple enough that I can let them play without them needing my help too often. Also, it's not possible to "die" or fail a level so kids can play it without getting too frustrated.

All in all I think it's a great game for any kid that loves pillow pets or if you're looking for a clean and appropriate game for your little one.

To Buy -  Pillow Pets - Let's Play DS Game retails for jus $20 and is a great gift for kids!





I received a product to review from the above company or their PR Agency. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own - I was not influenced in any way. I received no monetary compensation for this post.

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