The Smurfs

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The Smurfs


  • Spend time with your favorite Smurf characters wherever you go with this handheld puzzle title
  • Gameplay designed as a companion to the hybrid live-action/CGI blockbuster movie releasing in summer 2011
  • Cake decoration, Smurf symphony, find the Smurf and Smurfette’s dress up
  • Earn a figurine after you’ve overcome the challenges in each mini-game
  • Unique read along gameplay that allows you to interact with the story and select different items in the game to change the outcome of the story

In the Smurfs DS/DSi you get to play a series of fun and educational mini-games and read-along stories about the Smurfs as they prepare for the Blue Moon festival in their village and are disrupted by Gargamel. The Smurfs’ game and story is based on Sony & Columbia Pictures’ upcoming hybrid live-action/CGI blockbuster movie releasing July 29, 2011.

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  1. 16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Non Kids Review, September 3, 2011
    Micheal Hunt (Hellbourne) –

    = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: The Smurfs (Video Game)

    With the Smurfs being reborn so to say in 2011, I am yet to check out the movie because I haven’t heard anything good about it yet, and with having a free chance to check out this game just in case it was a silent little winner, well… why not have a go! The graphics looked decent enough for DS, being in 3D polygons.

    The games are pretty much all mini-games. You have the options to select a story mode or just play the mini games. During story mode you are reading an interactive story, which I presume is based on the movie. On one side of the DS screen you have the words to the story, on the other you have a still photo, which are possibly still scenes from the movie. How it is interactive is you can use the stylus to click on certain parts of the image, say for example a smurf, and he will jump around, which sounds a little better then what it really is. On other parts you can click on things and it will ask if you want to play a mini-game, and if you get a decent score, you can unlock more parts of the mini-games. The story takes about 10 mins to complete, and has no real replay value to it.

    The mini-games consist of about 6 games. The first being you need to spot the smurf. On the left screen it shows you what smurf to find, and on the right it shows a bunch of smurfs where the one you need to find is in there somewhere. It’s not as challenging as Wheres Waldo/Wally (The Books), but it might amuse a kid under 12 for a while.

    The next is just a coloring-in picture. You don’t even really color, you just tap the area you want to fill and it changes color depending on what color you choose from the palette. Would only be good for those this appeals to.

    Another is a stupid cake decorating ‘game’? There is no point to these really, just if you want to make a cake by choosing a base and decorating it. Might be fun for those up to the age of 7 or so?

    Another game is a jumping one where smurfs jump from something into the air to catch coins or something and then land on the other side. It’s about the best game on here and the only thing that really resembled much of a game here.

    There is a couple of other things, and after every game is one of those find the smurf under cup mix up thing.

    The game is OK, but yet, another one of those games where it’s all mini-games and aimed at kids mostly. I dunno, I haven’t heard anything really good about the movie by kids or adults, so I don’t see anyone kicking doors down to play this game, and they definitely wont kick themselves for never playing this. If you found it for under 5 bucks, you might be OK with it, anything more then that, you will feel ripped off.

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  2. 11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    5 Year old, September 22, 2011

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: The Smurfs (Video Game)

    I bought this game for my 5 year who was struggling with other games either being too boring or too difficult. This game is wonderful! It keeps her attention for hours on end, which is great for long cars rides, but not so cool when we just want to hang out:) I would recommend this game to everyone!

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