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Dora The Explorer: Backpack Adventure
- Platform: Windows XP, Macintosh
- ESRB Rating: Early Childhood
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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In Dora the Explorer: Backpack Adventure Dora and Boots need help returning Dora's library books. Along the way, kids solve problems, figure out puzzles, play fun games, and even learn a little Spanish. Three difficulty levels and two play modes, as well as multiple locations, discovery clickables, and an onscreen sticker book extend the adventures. Joining Dora and Boots are friends Benny the Bull, Isa the Iguana, and Tico the Squirrel, but beware the Grumpy Old Troll and that sneaky fox, Swiper. With Dora, even returning books to the library becomes an adventure!
Top Customer Reviews
The first CD was apparently damaged....only the "choice" version worked...couldn't use the "game" half.
So.....purchased a replacement. The characters are cute and charming but the movement from one game to another is very frustrating. Even the three year old thinks the computer has frozen while waiting for the next segment to appear. Pretty frustrating for a three year old...and the adult "playing" the game with her.
Visually it's clever and enjoyable but the mechanics do not measure up.
Except that if the child you are getting this for is a confirmed Dora fan, I wouldn't recommend it. The little Dora lovers are a tad more forgiving.
It does work on my work computer so sometimes I'll bring her there and let her play it. The game is OK, nothing really that isn't in the free nickjr.com online version.
Most recent customer reviews
This Terrible game takes only twenty minutes! Try nick jr.com's Dora games and reader rabbit PC games instead. One and a half stars.Published 9 months ago by The Kids' Music Critic
My daughter liked this game the first time she played it, but half way through the second time, she was bored. Read morePublished on March 10 2004
I bought this game because my 2 yr old loves Dora,thinking she
would grow into it but she fooled me.She easily mastered level
one and two. Read more
My daughter, who is 3, really liked this game but she was quick to master it and got bored. It was very entertaining while it lasted though and she was able to do it independently... Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2003 by Janis Boyle