Disneys Princess Enchanted Journey
Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey offers young girls the chance to interact with the beloved Disney Princesses while encouraging creativity and exploration. Customize your own unique heroine character and take part in a fun-filled adventure through four unique levels to help the Princesses restore order in their enchanted kingdoms and overcome evil. Each Disney Princess has a unique story and magical world to explore as you discover the virtues of being a true Princess – Love, Friendship, Trust, Courage and Forgiveness!
* Befriend and interact with your favorite Princesses – Cinderella, Ariel, Snow White, and Jasmine!
* Play as your own customizable heroine princess character!
* Utilize unique, themed magic as you explore four enchanted Princess worlds!
* Enter into Belle's world as an unlockable bonus!
Mac: Mac® OS X 10.6.6 Snow Leopard or higher
Processor: Intel® Core Duo Processor
This game will not run on PowerPC® (G3/G4/G5) based Mac® systems (PowerMac®)
RAM: 1GB RAM
Hard Drive: 1.7GB of uncompressed hard drive space
Graphics: ATI® X1600, NVIDIA® 7300GT, Intel® integrated video, or better
Input: Keyboard and mouse
Languages: English, French (Canadian), Spanish (Latin American)
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• Codesigned for Yosemite
Most Helpful Reviews
My daughter Loves this Game! - My four year old daughter loves this game! With my help she was able to play the game without any trouble. She loved being able to make her character look like herself as well. The only probelm we had was at times the characters would be covered in dark shadows.
Buy another one - This is an old game "adapted" to the new mac app store. The game can only be played with the keyboard. There are important errors in the game which confuse children. When the game asks you to push "W", it does not work. After trial and error, I figured out that you need to press "Z" instead. In another puzzle where you need to type certain keys in order, the game does not recognize that you are actually pressing them in correct order and therefore does not allow you to pass to the next level. Having played video games all my life I can live with this and work around the errors. But it certainly confuses and frustrates children. Even if you had bought this game in 1997, it would have been severely criticized. In 2011, this game belongs in the "pure junk" category. At 20 dollars, this game deserves a fourth (1/4) of a star. If I had paid 99 cents for it, then perhaps I would have given it one star.