LeapFrog LeapTV: Letter Factory Adventures Game Poster Image
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Tad and Lily meet Prof. Quigley in Grand Central Letter Station. None of the letters is where it belongs, so kids bring them back. The main game has 26 levels, and kids play a few mini-games. Creative, engaging way to introduce letter sounds and shapes.

LeapFrog PAW Patrol Imagicard Learning Game Game Poster Image
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There's a lot to do in Adventure Bay. Kids may deliver packages, clean up trash, repair a sidewalk, or replant flowers, and many tasks require the help of an adorable PAW Patrol pup. The tasks are engaging and educational; learning is seamless and fun.

LeapFrog Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Imagicard Learning Game Game Poster Image
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The TNMTs need to use math to fight Shredder as they try to collect all the mutagen containers hidden around New York City. Who doesn't enjoy making a pizza covered in jelly beans, spiders, and pepperoni? Kids will be properly challenged, engaged, and amused.

Pix the Cat Game Poster Image
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Quite simply, you steer a cat from one Pac-Man-style maze to another, with no chance to catch your breath between stages. Very, very hard, but proves that classic arcade mechanics and challenges still work well across decades and hardware generations.

Snail Bob 2 Game Poster Image
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This friendly point-and-click adventure lets kids explore three fantasy worlds, solving puzzles and avoiding obstacles. The cartoonish gameplay and easy controls make it a great experience for families to play together.

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Common Sense Tip

  • Gamers aren't always looking for the newest games. You can find used titles at GameStop and BestBuy, or subscribe to a rental service such as Gamefly.