The people of Sharance and their horned Univir neighbors are embroiled in a bitter conflict. An age-old hatred between humans and monsters divides them. You are an adventurer with an unusual secret: you're half human and half monster. Are you the one who can unite the humans and the Univir? And will you be in time to stop the growing evil force that threatens to destroy them both?
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An interactive storybook telling one of the world's most beloved stories
Opens like a book
Intuitive touch-screen controls
Five activities: reading, spelling, music, coloring and eye-hand coordination
Voice cues and read-along offering encouragement and guidance
Noahs Ark is rated
3.8 out of
Rated 2 out of
Nintendo Game ReviewersThis game is not for the casual gamer and should not be recommended for them. This game may deliver some nice features but the overall picture does not fit in. I invited over my 5 year old cousin to play this game and he did not like it. So I tried it myself and found that even though it was cute it did not deliver the full picture. This game needs to the graphics fixed and some major mistakes as well need to be fixed. Overall, I am not impressed with the game and I think it deserves a smaller rating for this.
Date published: 2016-02-29
Rated 5 out of
My three year old loves it!I bought this game to help my six year old learn to read but instead my three year old (almost four) plays this game and no other. The game can read to her or she can color animals. There are a lot of mini games that keep her very entertained. We flew from the East coast to HI and when the three year old wasn't sleeping, she was playing this game. We have had it for about a month and she still will not play another game. She loves it so I love it.
Date published: 2012-02-19
Rated 4 out of
Great. Some small improvements would be nice.My daughter will be 4 in December and she is loving this game. The graphics are adorable and the entire game gives off a very inviting vibe. The sound is good as well. Although the British-accented narrator can be a bit hard to understand at times, overall her voice is much more pleasant than most virtual storytellers and really gives the game a soothing, "bedtime story" feel. The games are on a variety of skill levels and I don't think a preschooler would out-grow them very quickly. There are couple of things that bothered me. One, is that there is virtually no instruction for the games. You basically just tap around on the screen until you figure out what you're supposed to be doing. My little girl got frustrated and needed my help a few times, which is an issue considering she was in the back seat of the car and inaccessible to me. She kept forgetting that you have to use the D-pad to turn the page. A touchscreen control for page-turning would have been more appropriate. The second small beef that I have is that, while the story is fleshed-out for preschoolers, God has pretty well been cut out of it. In fact, he's only mentioned once. Even at the end, when the rainbow appears it is simply noted "Noah was sure it was a sign that there would never be a flood like this ever, ever again." The fact that the rainbow was a promise from God, and not just a vague feeling on the part of Noah, wasn't mentioned and, from a purely Christian stand-point, that was a bit disappointing. Overall, though, it really is a beautiful game and fun for even me to poke around with.
Date published: 2011-10-16
Rated 4 out of
Fun for KidsMy son loves this game he is 3 and finds this game out of all our games. He starts to play and loves to color all the pics, play the mini games and the story book mode great kids game