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Curious George Train Adventures - A STEM-based learning game for kids 4-6!

By Ashley Kemper, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Charming graphics, basic engineering, prominent purchases.

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Is It Any Good?

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This game is definitely designed for preschoolers, and it delivers on a solidly fun activity, but its general repetition and visible purchases take away from it's overall kid-friendly quality. On the upside, as each new type of obstacle is introduced, the game doesn't immediately give kids a solution. Instead, it empowers them to try to solve each problem first instead of passively following the screen's directions. There are also very limited words and language demands in this game, which makes it accessible to a wider ranger of users, such as ELL kids or kids who are not able to read yet. The downsides are that the cost of the app covers only one of the adventure islands, and additional islands cost more. If they weren't front and center for kids to constantly encounter, it would be less of a problem. Also, though the obstacles are varied and stay relatively fresh, even more surprises would help further avoid repetition.

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