July 20, 2012

Silverlicious DS Game Review

Kik is kind of at a hard stage.  She's too big for a lot of her old toys, but not old enough for lots more.  Because of this she's turned into a bit of a gamer.  She'll switch between the ds and computer, but she loves technology.

The Silverlicious Nintendo DS Game by Game-Mill would make a perfect gift for any young girl gamer.

Game Synopsis - Following the enchanting storyline of Silverlicious™ written and illustrated by Victoria Kann, Silverlicious the game lets players set out on an adventure as Pinkalicious who has lost her ability to taste anything sweet. Help Pinkalicious regain her sweet tooth as you practice kindness, good manners and helping others in need. Collect costumes and accessories you can use to dress up Pinkalicious and unlock magical rewards including butterflies, sparkle rides and fireworks as you explore the beautiful lands and meet new friends. Boost your “sweet meter” with every good deed and polite remark and you’ll quickly discover that true sweetness comes from much more than cupcakes and cookies.

Silverlicious the game also features a variety of holiday-themed neighborhoods to explore. Visit the land of Easter Excitement just in time for the Easter holiday where you can twirl, glide and dance along with Edgar the Easter Bunny and his many Easter chicks! Whether playing alone or with others, Silverlicious the game creates an imaginative and fun way to drive home the importance of kindness and good manners.

To Buy - Silverlicious is a side scrolling platform game designed for girls.  But instead of fighting and defeating bad guys, Pinkalicious collects candy and goes on missions to help people.  Kik loves the graphics and dressing up Pinkalicious.  She also loves that the game is kid friendly and she can play it with out any help.  (And I'm not going to lie, I love that too.)

The game has an approximate retail value of $19.99, but I just checked and you can get Silverlicious on Amazon right now for just $8.99.

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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