WALL-E (Leapster Version)

Game review by
Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media
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For young kids -- lots easier than console game.

Parents say

age 4+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 10+
Based on 2 reviews

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A lot or a little?

The parents' guide to what's in this game.

Positive Messages

You are helping WALL-E to clean up the Earth.

Violence & Scariness

Based on the WALL-E movie.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this Leapster version of the WALL-E game will play on all Leapsters, including the new Leapster 2. Unlike the console version, this game's activities are all educational and can be played on three levels of difficulty.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Parent of an infant and 4-year-old Written bymlj2374 July 7, 2010

Great for 4 and up

My 4 year old loves this game. He plays it for hours and he can now say his planets in order from the closet to the sun. Very educational and he has had it fo... Continue reading
Parent of a 2 and 5-year-old Written byspirited_mama September 26, 2009

A good game for girls or boys.

Of the three games my then 4-year old son received last Christmas (Wall-E, Ratatouille and Cars), Ratatouille is the favourite, Wall-E gets played almost as oft... Continue reading
Teen, 14 years old Written byLoranikas303 June 27, 2020

Great game for preschoolers!

I don’t think there is a curse word in this game and that user Brended says “horrible cussing!”. I misheard swear word so that is a kids game. That's too f... Continue reading
Teen, 15 years old Written byBrendend September 25, 2010
Horrible cussing they are all liars

What's it about?

If your child has fallen in love with WALL-E (and who hasn't?), WALL-E for the Leapster is the go-to game if your fan is between 4 to 7 years of age. The console version of the game is just too challenging for this young age. Kids help WALL-E find cool human gadgets by playing five educational games.

In one game, while kids star-gaze with WALL-E, they practice number identification, addition, and subtraction to find star patterns in the sky. Then they connect the stars to learn about famous constellations. In another activity, they will sort recycled garbage by tapping on groups of two or more same-colored trash cubes to clear a grid. Kids will also learn to mirror patterns in an activity about making pictures out of recycled garbage cubes. The remaining games focus on letter recognition, spelling skills, and planetary facts, and all can be played on three levels of difficulty. In addition, kids will learn facts about space and recycling as they play with WALL-E.

Is it any good?

These games are easy to play, and the educational content is age-appropriate. The visuals on this system do a great job of capturing the charming WALL-E, so kids will love watching his antics.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about what it means to recycle and how to do it. WALL-E shares many facts about recycled goods -- can you remember any of them? Which activity is your favorite and why? Do you like playing with WALL-E or EVE more?

Game details

  • Platforms: Leapster
  • Price: $24.99
  • Available online? Not available online
  • Developer: LeapFrog
  • Release date: July 5, 2008
  • Genre: Edutainment
  • ESRB rating: NR
  • Last updated: June 19, 2019

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