Parents' Guide to

Disney's Little Einsteins

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Mediocre attempt to port Little Einsteins to GBA.

Game Game Boy Advance 2006
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This game doesn't live up to the high standards of the show, in part due to the limitations of the Game Boy Advance platform. The audience is preschoolers, yet the game is played on a system that relies on written, not spoken, word. The game features classical music, but the GBA has a tinny sound. And while the game mechanics are simple, buttons are small and hard for little hands to use.

The target audience for this game, kids ages 4 to 6, will need help from an adult to read and learn to play. And while exposing young children to art and music within the context of a video game is a great idea, these enriching activities don't vary much. For families who already own a GBA, this game may be worth exploring; otherwise, parents might want to instead explore the Little Einsteins interactive games offered online for free at

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