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Cabbage Patch Kids: Where's My Pony

Score: 85%
ESRB: Everyone
Publisher: D3
Developer: AWE Games
Media: CD/1
Players: 1
Genre: Adventure

Graphics & Sound:

Cabbage Patch Kids: Where’s My Pony? is a charming little point and click adventure game from AWE Games that will entertain tiny tots and fans of the toys and animated cartoons.

Where’s My Pony? features simple but elegant visuals and sounds in the vein of a fairytale picture book. Most children should find the game’s graphics stimulating enough to get them excited. They are also simple enough not to be overwhelming, so any child should be able to understand what’s going on at all times on the screen. The game’s requirements are not too hefty, so most systems should be able to run the game.


Everything from the classic Cabbage Patch Kids universe is here, bunny-bees and all. The story of Where’s My Pony? revolves around a young girl’s (or boy’s) search for their lost pony. The game features four short chapters and alternates between the child and the pony, so you get to play as both.

Where’s My Pony? also features a bonus menu of sorts. Throughout the game, you can find and collect Bunny-bee crystals which open up pictures you can print and short videos about the Cabbage Patch Kids universe. The crystals are very easy to see, but just tricky enough that even this veteran gamer missed one.


Thankfully, Where’s My Pony? avoids the historically nasty difficulty many point and click adventure games have had (think King’s Quest V, if you are familiar with the genre). All of the puzzles are extremely simple and all the game’s objects are extremely large and easy to see on screen. The average adult could finish the game in 60-90 minutes on the first try. While one certainly shouldn't expect a 50 hour epic out of a game of this type, the game could have been a little longer, and some parents may feel they didn't get their money's worth if their child finishes the game the same day they get it. That said, the game is very accessible for kids of all ages.

Game Mechanics:

The game’s controls are extremely simple. It is entirely a point, left-click, drag and drop interface. Even extremely young kids should be able to play this game. If they can work a Windows computer at all, they can play Where’s My Pony.

Nowadays it’s a little hard to find a video game without at least one thing that seems objectionable for small kids, but Cabbage Patch Kids: Where’s My Pony? should please any parent. If you have small kids that like video games, this one is a good bet.

-Alucard, GameVortex Communications
AKA Stephen Triche

Minimum System Requirements:

Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, 733 MHz CPU, 256MB RAM, 32MB Video Card, 16-bit Sound Blaster Compatible Sound Card, DirectX 9.0c, 450MB Hard Drive Space

Test System:

Windows XP, Pentium IV 2.8 GHz, 1024MB RAM, 256MB Radeon 9800 Pro, Sound Blaster Audigy 2

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