A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this Game Boy Advance title was designed specifically for preschoolers: It doesn't require that players know how to read and it is careful to create no-fail situations for preschoolers to explore.
Is It Any Good?
This GBA game is good for preschoolers, but it is not perfect. The complete-the-pattern game is confusing, and youngsters don't have any way to save an activity and continue playing it later.
This title is worth considering if you already own a GBA. If you are thinking of buying a handheld gaming system for your preschooler, choose the Leapster. Its content is better and more educational.
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