Young gamers travel to the worlds of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Ariel, Belle, and Tiana on a quest to transform evil imps back into friendly sprites in Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure.
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Release Date: May 25, 2012

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Young gamers travel to the worlds of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Ariel, Belle, and Tiana on a quest to transform evil imps back into friendly sprites in Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure. Players use their wand to cast spells on the imps and send them back to the Magical Kingdom. Each world is full of quests, mini-games, and other familiar Disney characters, and gamers earn gems to trade for new outfits, accessories, tiaras, floor patterns, wallpaper, and furniture to customize their character and decorate their room in the castle.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/7
    • Processor: 2.0GHz Intel Pentium 4 Class or AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256MB 3D Video Card Supporting Shaders 3.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2560 MB available space
    • Sound Card: 16-bit DirectX 9.0c-compatible Sound Card
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Positive (42 reviews)
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Gilraen Nénharma
( 8.4 hrs on record )
Posted: July 9
This game is short and mostly targeted to younger players but still it is super fun to play and interact with different Disney princesses. I played through the whole thing and had so much fun with the game. I certainly enjoyed this game and loved the dresses and the entire game play.

10/10
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Minun afk
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 3
The graphics in this game make GTA V look like a kindergardener's doodle on their notebook. Not even their art project. The use of the arrow keys instead of the WASD keys make for a brilliant, beautiful in-depth experience that you're not bound to forget. The first few seconds in were pure motivation, I just used the space bar to jump and received an in-game medal of honor, exquisite. The way that the story is introduced puts the Hunger Games whole storyline to shame. This game is truly magnificent, deserving a Nobel Prize, nothing less.




However, you can't quickscope noobs like you can in the sequel, so I'll have to rate it a solid 4/11
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Bushro
( 4.6 hrs on record )
Posted: July 2
Back when I was younger, when the original Playstation was still a thing, Disney produced a LOT of rushed video games to cash in on the hype of what some refer to today as the "90s Animation Renaissance". These games shared many of the same qualities and problems: Shoestring budgets, tiny production teams, and camera issues up the wazoo. They also made convenient birthday gifts among the lads and even some girls; Mind you, this was back when gaming was still an almost invariably "guy" thing to do. Nevertheless, every kid I knew, regardless of gender, played them, as the characters were familiar, the gameplay was usually self-explanatory, and, if you got a PC version, you had the added satisfaction of spending so much time on Dad's work computer (and subsequently getting in his way) that when your next birthday came around, your folks caved in and bought you a computer of your own.


A shining example of one of these games was Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge, released toward the end of this era, in 2001. I remember sliding it into the disc tray one hot Saturday afternoon, and I remember being grounded for screaming frustrated obscenities at my monitor within earshot of my parents shortly after.
The game was difficult. Apart from the camera issues I mentioned, there were also the instant deathtraps, the ridiculous distance between checkpoints, the strange projectile controls, and the worst platforming I've ever had to do in any 3D game, but you know what? I couldn't put the game down. Despite its glaring faults, I pressed on, mainly to see just how hard it could get. Along the way, I discovered some fairer parts that I willingly replayed, along with a great soundtrack. More importantly, I became accustomed to challenge, and the satisfaction of finishing a level hammered into my mind that overcoming the constant obstacles was really what made games worth playing, as long as it gave me some type of pleasure to do so, but this isn't what I'm really here to talk about.


This... this, Disney Princess : My Fairytale Adventure... I don't know if this really qualifies as a game. If there is a way to fail at this, I have yet to experience it. If there is a way to not feel intensely bored as I slog through it, that, too, remains a mystery. If there is a "challenge", it must be hidden somewhere in the repetitive puzzles, if it exists at all.
I mean, I get it. The game is targeted at little girls. Maybe I just feel sour at this younger generation for not suffering through their childhod with tough video games like everyone else did, but at the same time, I honestly feel that the target audience is getting a raw deal.

The controls are terrible, and cannot be rebound. The graphics are bad. 2D objects are featured far too often, both in the foreground and in the background, in the most obtuse and noticeable way possible. Ariel's stage, specifically up on the beach, showcases this to an appalling extent. Speaking of Ariel, why are her eyes bugging out in two different directions? Did the designers never see her model in the Kingdom Hearts games? That is how you do it, and those were on Playstation 2, about a decade ago! Don't even get me started on how Ursula looks here...
Of course, the biggest problem is just how boring this game is, and how many things exist purely for the sake of being a distraction. As far as I can tell, the garden and bedroom have no reason to exist, except maybe for someone's screenshots, and to stretch the game out by mere minutes in giving the player something to customize beyond the main character. Most of the levels are the same puzzles and platforming over and over again, just with variations in theme, all the while the player is receiving constant verbal reinforcement of "You did it!" and "Well done!"


Perhaps the most striking thing I noticed is how the player is occasionally not just told to go somewhere or do something, but to *please* go somewhere, or *please* do something. The implications of this are scary. One, is that the game is either well-aware of the fact that it's an active chore to play through. The other, is that it is just coddling the player, the chilling shadow of soccer moms that I felt myself when I was a kid. They ruined trading card games, they ruined cartoons, and now, they've video games. This, ladies and gentlemen, is Obama's America.
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curlboymeister #dab
( 6.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
I wanted to buy COD, but my mom let me buy only this one. I had a great fun collecting gems, which I could spend to buy a new kickass tiara.
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Munchkin
( 178.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
I Love This Game
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romdog
( 17.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 11
My 3 year old daughter loves this game. She has beat it twice now.
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Powersocke
( 4.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 20
Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure is a Disney licensed game about a little mage apprentice and the mishap she caused while experimenting with a spell, transforming all her little sprites into imps. Your goal? Catch the imps, transform them back into sprites again and save various people's days in the process.


And this covers most of the story, really.
So, in the beginning of the game you get to customize your character. You can choose between various dresses, hair styles as well as hair- and skin colours. I think you can even vustomize your name but it doesn't have any relevance whatsoever - naturally, since all the characters are voiced and it's not exactly a triple-A RPG.
After that follows a cutscene in which you see your little princess messing around in her magical garden, casting spells and whatnot. After a little mishap, all her sprites, her little helpers, get transformed into imps which then quickly proceed into your castle, go to the portal room, steal all the portal's crystals and venture into the worlds of five prominent Disney princesses.
Throughout the story you will help all those princesses through their day with a lot of problems (most of them caused by the imps) while attempting to transform the imps back into sprites and reclaiming your magical crystals. There are five portals in total, making for ten stages (two for each portal).

And story-wise, that's about it. Now, gameplay-wise it's pretty basic stuff really. You can move in all directions and you can cast magic. Magic is used to complete certain objectives, make plants grow or shooting down imps. And that's it.

There are some little extras in the game as well. You can tend to your magic garden and you can decorate your bedroom if you so desire. You can find different kinds of flowers and furniture as well as dresse in chests that can be opened once you got specific magic crystals from specific stages. So in short, the game expects you to not only play through but to play through the stages again to open all the chests to decorate your bedroom and re-fill your magical garden. I didn't do it but there might be some people who will find this appealing.

'course there's also music in the game and it ain't half bad. Thing is: it's the most generic video game music I've ever listened to. It is not memorable in any way, shape or form. But it's much better than pure silence.
Staying with the audible things, the voice acting is kinda hilarious sometimes and the voice of your little princess is quite ♥♥♥♥♥-y if I may say so.

Graphics and design wise the game is very basic. You can make out what's what but the character designs tend to be sub standard. If you take a good look at Ariel you will instantly notice how disfigured and horrific her face looks in this game. *shudders*

Anyway, there are a couple of things in this game I just can't excuse so easily. Yes, I know, it's a kid's game but that doesn't mean that the female narrator of the game has to tell me tzhe same exact thing every time it becomes applicable. Everytime you engage in "combat" and hunt down imps, she tells you exactly what to do. Every. Single. Time. And it's like that with everything else. I feel like the game thinks I'm stupid and has to constantly remind me of the controls. I know, it's a kid's game but children are not stupid and this is just insulting.

Other than that the blandness of story and gameplay combined with the short play time make for a less than commendable game overall. I mean, I didn't expect much in the first place, just sayin'.
However, game's stable, no bugs or glitches, no crashes. Only thing I'm kinda worried about is the resolution the game runs on. I dunno how I made it through, honestly.

Would I recommend this game? Well... I played it for a laugh. And it provided me with several laughs soooo... it's alright. Yeah why not. I'll give it a solid Loli Princess/10.
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shrekminions99
( 16.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
Product received for free
I really liked this game because you get to do quests and dress up your princess and make your room how you like it. There is 4 princesses to see and each world has 2 chapters in it with different quests. when you finish each chapter you can go back to your own castle and garden to collect crystals and decorate your room and buy things from the wishing well. when you finish all 4 there is a surprise princess level which is fun too. After I had completed everything i went back through each level and made sure i had collected all the crystals and treasure chests as each level has different amounts and different treasure chest. I planted 1 of each flower and by the end i had bought everything from the wishing well, collected every item and treasure chest and had the maximum amount of crystals which is 3000 you can get extra ones by using twirl magic in the bushes and barrels and trees 3 times the mini games are fun too and you can play them seperatly when you start the screen up. I got this game in the disney princess pack which had 6 game in it and this was from my friend.
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Dustin
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: December 22, 2015
My worst... nightmare...

If Spyro and Ratchet & Clank had an imbred daughter, this would be it..

0/10
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Posted: July 2
Back when I was younger, when the original Playstation was still a thing, Disney produced a LOT of rushed video games to cash in on the hype of what some refer to today as the "90s Animation Renaissance". These games shared many of the same qualities and problems: Shoestring budgets, tiny production teams, and camera issues up the wazoo. They also made convenient birthday gifts among the lads and even some girls; Mind you, this was back when gaming was still an almost invariably "guy" thing to do. Nevertheless, every kid I knew, regardless of gender, played them, as the characters were familiar, the gameplay was usually self-explanatory, and, if you got a PC version, you had the added satisfaction of spending so much time on Dad's work computer (and subsequently getting in his way) that when your next birthday came around, your folks caved in and bought you a computer of your own.


A shining example of one of these games was Aladdin in Nasira's Revenge, released toward the end of this era, in 2001. I remember sliding it into the disc tray one hot Saturday afternoon, and I remember being grounded for screaming frustrated obscenities at my monitor within earshot of my parents shortly after.
The game was difficult. Apart from the camera issues I mentioned, there were also the instant deathtraps, the ridiculous distance between checkpoints, the strange projectile controls, and the worst platforming I've ever had to do in any 3D game, but you know what? I couldn't put the game down. Despite its glaring faults, I pressed on, mainly to see just how hard it could get. Along the way, I discovered some fairer parts that I willingly replayed, along with a great soundtrack. More importantly, I became accustomed to challenge, and the satisfaction of finishing a level hammered into my mind that overcoming the constant obstacles was really what made games worth playing, as long as it gave me some type of pleasure to do so, but this isn't what I'm really here to talk about.


This... this, Disney Princess : My Fairytale Adventure... I don't know if this really qualifies as a game. If there is a way to fail at this, I have yet to experience it. If there is a way to not feel intensely bored as I slog through it, that, too, remains a mystery. If there is a "challenge", it must be hidden somewhere in the repetitive puzzles, if it exists at all.
I mean, I get it. The game is targeted at little girls. Maybe I just feel sour at this younger generation for not suffering through their childhod with tough video games like everyone else did, but at the same time, I honestly feel that the target audience is getting a raw deal.

The controls are terrible, and cannot be rebound. The graphics are bad. 2D objects are featured far too often, both in the foreground and in the background, in the most obtuse and noticeable way possible. Ariel's stage, specifically up on the beach, showcases this to an appalling extent. Speaking of Ariel, why are her eyes bugging out in two different directions? Did the designers never see her model in the Kingdom Hearts games? That is how you do it, and those were on Playstation 2, about a decade ago! Don't even get me started on how Ursula looks here...
Of course, the biggest problem is just how boring this game is, and how many things exist purely for the sake of being a distraction. As far as I can tell, the garden and bedroom have no reason to exist, except maybe for someone's screenshots, and to stretch the game out by mere minutes in giving the player something to customize beyond the main character. Most of the levels are the same puzzles and platforming over and over again, just with variations in theme, all the while the player is receiving constant verbal reinforcement of "You did it!" and "Well done!"


Perhaps the most striking thing I noticed is how the player is occasionally not just told to go somewhere or do something, but to *please* go somewhere, or *please* do something. The implications of this are scary. One, is that the game is either well-aware of the fact that it's an active chore to play through. The other, is that it is just coddling the player, the chilling shadow of soccer moms that I felt myself when I was a kid. They ruined trading card games, they ruined cartoons, and now, they've video games. This, ladies and gentlemen, is Obama's America.
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0.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
The graphics in this game make GTA V look like a kindergardener's doodle on their notebook. Not even their art project. The use of the arrow keys instead of the WASD keys make for a brilliant, beautiful in-depth experience that you're not bound to forget. The first few seconds in were pure motivation, I just used the space bar to jump and received an in-game medal of honor, exquisite. The way that the story is introduced puts the Hunger Games whole storyline to shame. This game is truly magnificent, deserving a Nobel Prize, nothing less.




However, you can't quickscope noobs like you can in the sequel, so I'll have to rate it a solid 4/11
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7.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 14, 2015
Spaghetti dropping waifu Simulator

9/11
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169 of 198 people (85%) found this review helpful
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67.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
My daughter loves this game she is 5 and she made a tutorial to teach people to play check it out she's so cute.. Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure (Tutorial…: http://youtu.be/QlMGPv2_2bo
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58 of 80 people (73%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2014
For a children's game; it's okay. The graphics are on the lower end and it's definately a lower-budget game. I definately do not suggest getting this game at full price. I do however think that if you have a daughter or son who loves the Disney Princesses, that this game is something they will enjoy.

The game tends to be a bit repetitive in it's game play, however there's an actual, well-thought out story and many references to your child's favorite movies. A lot of places they'll explore are straight from scenes on the big screen. The customization is also well done and gems are easy to find so it's not taxing on the player to try to stay frugal: I found that I could buy almost all of the dresses right away in just collecting gems in the first area (use the magic twirl "n" near bushes at least 3 times to get all of the gems- you can do this again once you leave the area and come back to keep farming for more gems to shop to your heart's content). The voice acting isn't grating although I did experience some issues on the playback.

Keyboard controls can be changed in the options menu, however for a small child, the arrow keys to move, spacebar to jump, and "n" and "m" to cast spells are easy enough to grasp, as well as easy enough for their smaller hands to reach all keys. Only issue with this default setting is that this is awkward to use this and then toggle the mouse from time to time. However the camera and controls work smoothly, and even the platforming sections were easy enough.

The game's length can actually give a bang for your buck- even outside of taking time to explore and unlocking each item, each princess has a good handful of quests to do. Unfortunately, the only princess left out of the attention is Princess Tiana, who only has three missions, and can't be unlocked until the very end- doesn't look too well compared to the other princesses.

At the end of it all however, this games has what feels like an equal amount of up's and down's about it. At first I was going to not recommend this game until I saw the other screenshots posted. Sure, there are a few joke postings there from adults (like myself), but the young players who took pictures seemed to genuinely enjoy the game and interacting with their beloved fairy tale characters. If you can find this game for a good discount for your kid- go for it.
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Recommended
419.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 13, 2015
Waifu Simulator 2014 very nice
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1.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 8, 2015
A game that was meant for the MLG players
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0.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 25, 2014
Great bunnyhopping and noscope simulator, I r8 it a solid 8 out 8. Thank you for the Christmas gift Miro <3
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Recommended
135.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 4, 2015
My four year old daughter loves this game.

It is a simply platformer type game that a young child can play. She quickly mastered the controls and managed to beat the game.

After completing the game you have a free-play throughout all the areas, which she really likes - just running around and exploring again. She enjoys changing the appearance of her fairy over and over.

I highly recommend this game for a little kid who likes Disney movies. This feels like a good starter game as well as a potential gateway into gaming.
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32 of 47 people (68%) found this review helpful
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Recommended
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 15, 2015
Like Barbie with guns.

10/10.
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