VTech MobiGo Software - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

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Christy Matte, Common Sense Media
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Kids play math games with their favorite Disney mouse.

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Educational Value

Kids can learn about shapes, patterns and sequences, and counting coins. With four learning games and another that involves counting coins, kids play with the Disney characters while practicing preschool skills. VTech MobiGo Software - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse introduces preschool math concepts through games and activities with beloved characters, but it's missing tracking of the child's progress.

Positive Messages

Mickey Mouse and his friends solve problems together.

Positive Role Models & Representations

The characters work together and are kind to one another.

Ease of Play

The cartridge has clear instructions. The device often specifies which controls to use, such as motion or the touch screen, but kids can also opt for using the directional pad. 

Violence & Scariness

This product is based on the popular Disney TV show, which has a vast range of product tie-ins available.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that VTech MobiGo - Mickey Mouse Clubhouses is a collection of mini-games based on the television show of the same name. Most of the games focus on math concepts using familiar activities from the show, like calling for Toodles and using the "mystery Mousketool." The game stars mostly on Mickey Mouse and Pluto, but includes appearances from Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, and Pete. Editor's Note: This game's publisher, VTech, experienced a breach of parent and student data on November 14, 2015. Click here for more information.

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Teen, 14 years old Written byDogcat May 23, 2020


I absolutely LOVED this when I was little. I played with it ALL THE TIME!
Teen, 15 years old Written bysadhorse March 31, 2017



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What's it about?

VTECH MOBIGO SOFTWARE - MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE invites kids into Mickey's world as he tries to find Pluto's Super-Duper Bouncy Ball. Four of the games use one of the Mousketools and each focuses on a different math concept. There is also a section for counting with coins to pay Pete, and an activity where Mickey dances with his pals, Pluto, Minnie, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, and Goofy.

Is it any good?

VTech MobiGo Software - Mickey Mouse Clubhouse holds a lot of appeal for fans of the television show. Most of the games reinforce math concepts in a familiar and fun setting, such as having kids fly a plane and helping Mickey jump over obstacles. A few of the activities seem to be there just for fun -- like the one where kids help the characters dance by tapping Mickey or Minnie's hand when it lights up. This is a cute and age appropriate game for preschool kids, but it's lacking a storyline or guided progression through the different sections. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about simple problems kids face in daily life. How do you solve the problems? Which "tools" do you use?

  • Mickey Mouse enjoys doing things with his friends. Who are your friends?

  • Do you like playing games? What made this one fun?

Game details

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For kids who love preschool learning games

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