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VTech InnoTab Software - Doc McStuffins

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Play along as Doc entertains and heals her toy friends.

Game InnoTab, InnoTab 2 2013
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VTech InnoTab Software - Doc McStuffins presents a fairly cohesive set of mini-games while having a nice mix to appeal to different kids. Diagnosing and healing toys is both fun and empowering.

However, there are some things about the set-up of the title that could be frustrating. Because activities are randomly assigned to locations, they can be hard to find and thus unlock. Also, coloring-book pages and their tools and accessories need to be unlocked by completing games with a strong score. A few of the games struggle with control issues; the marble-sorting game, for example, requires not only solving the math problem but flicking the marble in the correct direction at the right time. It's also hard to use a stethoscope on some of the toys. There is a lot of potential here, but a few flaws just seem like sloppy design.

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