Monday, March 26, 2012
GameMill Entertainment, an independent publisher of entertaining mass-market video games, announced the release of Silverlicious™, the entertaining exploration video game based on the Silverlicious™ story from the best-selling Pinkalicious™ children’s book series. Silverlicious the game is available now in retail stores nationwide for the Nintendo DS™ hand-held system for $19.99.
Following the enchanting storyline of Silverlicious™ written and illustrated by Victoria Kann, Silverlicious the game lets players set out on an adventure as Pinkalicious who has lost her ability to taste anything sweet. Help Pinkalicious regain her sweet tooth as you practice kindness, good manners and helping others in need. Collect costumes and accessories you can use to dress up Pinkalicious and unlock magical rewards including butterflies, sparkle rides and fireworks as you explore the beautiful lands and meet new friends. Boost your “sweet meter” with every good deed and polite remark and you’ll quickly discover that true sweetness comes from much more than cupcakes and cookies.
Silverlicious the game also features a variety of holiday-themed neighborhoods to explore. Visit the land of Easter Excitement just in time for the Easter holiday where you can twirl, glide and dance along with Edgar the Easter Bunny and his many Easter chicks! Whether playing alone or with others, Silverlicious the game creates an imaginative and fun way to drive home the importance of kindness and good manners.
My 9 year old step-daughter is familiar with Pinkalicious from reading the popular books. Emma has played Silverlicious for the Nintendo DS a number of times since receiving it and has had fun helping Pinkalicious, the main character, with party preparations. There are several mini-games that include baking cupcakes and creating invitations. A Sweetness Meter fills up when sweets are collected and new outfits give Pinkalicious new abilities. Holidays are celebrated with themed lands called Easter Excitement, Christmas Caroling, and Very Valentine's. Kindness and manners are rewarded. The illustrations and games are girlish so I doubt boys would find much interest in Silverlicious. On the other hand, young girls will have a delightful time with this enchanted game.
I received game for review. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.