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Based on the Ratatouille license.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that these games are appropriate for children ages 4 to 7, and all the games have an educational purpose. The games can be played by two children sharing one Leapster, with each playing at his or her own level of difficulty. Another positive feature is that kids can't fail at these games.
Is It Any Good?
To kids, the games are simply fun; but parents will appreciate the hidden educational agenda. The mechanics are well thought out for young children, and the games offer tutorials when children are struggling. Kids won't fail at these games, because the gameplay simply redirects them to the correct choice. Ratatouille looks and plays well on the Leapster.
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