While older audience might find the plot and story (especially the dialogue) to be overly simplistic, predictable and childish; a younger audience will thoroughly enjoy the mystery involved. Parents will greatly appreciate the game's overall tone and message, such as healthy competition, glowing praise for a job well done, feats deserving of reward, the positive nature of the story and dialogue and the story's overall missions of good vs. evil. Older children and even adults may feel talked down to but not so much that they'll feel turned off. The game makes heavy use of the stylus, so the younger crowd will find that they can keep up and play with great ease. Regardless of age, the game weakens itself with its repetitive nature. The game is best enjoyed in smaller periods as lengthy play will quickly become boring.