Silverlicious is the follow up to the smash book Pinkalicious. To further the Silverlicious experience Game Mill have released a Nintendo DS game.
In the game, Pinkalicious has lost her sweet tooth and must get it back. To get it back, Pinkalicious must be kind, helpful, and practice good manners. This game is lots for fans of the book and little kids in general. It progresses at a good pace and is fun for both boys and girls.
Yes- I said boys too, it’s a book and game geared toward the color pink (or rather silver in this case), but still boys can have fun too. Little Man liked it and even daddy gave the game a try. Is it the deepest gaming experience, or the most action packed? No, but that is not what you are looking for in a Nintendo DS game based on a children’s book? Haha. I would suggest getting the book and the game at the same time, unless you already have the book. They complement each other well.
Silverlicious is the second in the Pinkalicious line of books. Pinkalicious is a little girl who goes on all kinds of crazy adventures, from eating too many pink cupcakes and turning pink to finding her missing unicorn- aptly names Goldilicous.
To accompany the books and games there are also early reader tales involving Pinkalicious. These books are geared toward young kids and new readers, involving simple stories with short words that weave together to tell new Pinkalicious stories. This makes it easy for everyone to get in on the fun.