What kid doesn’t want to be a spy? I know my kids pretend to be spies and the older two pretend that my 20 month old is the bad guy, its rather cute actually since normally they are spying on the “baby Army”.
My kids did not see the Spy Kids Movie but they had a blast playing Spy Kids, All the Time In the World. In the game you alternate between being 2 different players, Rebecca and Cecil. Each character has different moves that help get you through the level that you are playing, I like that the characters automatically switch so there is no confusion as to which character you need to be when playing a certain level.
There are 8 different levels in the game(we have not gotten through all 8 yet as mine have to make sure they get all the special stuff in each level) and at the end of the levels you have different “Bad guys” to beat. Your goal through out the game is to stop the Timerkeeper from taking over the world.
My daughter’s favorite part of the game was getting through the different levels that are like puzzles and my son of course loved that he got to use special skills to beat bad guys.
My kids are 6 and 4 years old and after a little bit of time playing the game they were able to play with out asking to often for help.
Right now on Amazon it is on sale for $28.99 down from $49.28
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