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LeapFrog Disney Pixar Monsters University Learning Game (works with LeapPad Tablets, LeapsterGS, and Leapster Explorer)

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  • Train to be a top Scarer in Disney; Pixar's Monsters University with Mike and Sulley! Use logic to solve puzzles, complete mini games and more
  • Play 24 levels to build your Scare Game skills; plus, enjoy 2 mini games and a creative Monster Maker activity using the built-in camera and microphone (select devices only)
  • Teaches problem solving, logic and reasoning, matching and cause and effect
  • Ages 4-7 years
  • Works with all LeapPad learning tablets, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer (sold separately); Internet connection may be required for cartridge; NOTE: In-game camera and microphone functions are not compatible with Leapster Explorer.)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 1.8 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00BRCNAE8
  • Item model number: 39128
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,724 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (173 customer reviews)
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Use problem-solving skills, stealth maneuvers and clever thinking to help Mike and Sulley win the Scare Games in the LeapFrog Disney•Pixar Monsters University Learning Game! Little monsters can immerse themselves in the learning fun with 24 game levels that can be played differently every time. Gameplay and activities teach problem solving, matching and cause and effect, and are geared toward kids ages 4-7. This game cartridge is compatible with LeapPad1, LeapPad2, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer systems, plus it’s also available as an app, now available for download in the LeapFrog App Center.

Sneak through Monsters University campus efficiently to advance levels.

Sneak through Monsters University campus efficiently to advance levels.
Create your very own monster identity with the Monster Maker activity!

Create your very own monster identity with the Monster Maker activity!
Graduate with Honors from MU
LeapFrog Disney•Pixar Monsters University Learning Game is an imaginative world where kids can explore and learn using their natural curiosity, as well as navigate “scary” new skills like logic and deductive reasoning as they follow the fun hijinks of popular monsters from the movie Monsters University. LeapFrog Learning Expert Clement says that, “Problem solving is a skill that we apply each and every day in all sorts of situations from social problem solving to solving mathematics and science problems in school.”

Frighteningly Fun Activities
Kids will love to play two mini-games: Identify pairs of matching monsters memorabilia before time runs out; and use deductive reasoning skills to find the monster that holds the hidden key. As they play, kids can unlock valuable shortcuts, find Scare Cards and collect dorm decor. Use your LeapPad learning tablet, LeapsterGS, or Leapster Explorer gaming handheld to enjoy additional activities like Monster Maker. Then put Monster Maker creations to the test and use your imaginary monster to sneak through the Child's Bedroom Simulator, raise the fear meter and earn the loudest scream to win!

LeapFrog’s Innovative Approach to Learning
Kids can progress through 24 game levels of gameplay. To build problem-solving skills, kids create strategies to guide characters though mind-bending mazes, avoiding enemies to reach a strategic destination and advancing from level to level. LeapFrog Game Designer Reed says, “We included problem-solving pathways in the game, since they are the perfect basis for a game of tactics and discovery. Children love the feeling of sneaking around undetected. When they play a full level and the judges never even spot them, they feel sooo sneaky.”

What's In The Box?
Box includes a LeapFrog Explorer game cartridge (compatible with LeapFrog LeapPad Explorer Learning Tablets, LeapsterGS Explorer and Leapster Explorer gaming systems, sold separately) and a Parent Guide.

Take advantage of hundreds of game cartridges and downloads that keep kids challenged and inspired. LeapFrog’s library of educational entertainment content includes videos, music, learning games, Ultra eBooks and creative activities.

Take advantage of hundreds of game cartridges and downloads that keep kids challenged and inspired. LeapFrog’s library of educational entertainment content includes videos, music, learning games, Ultra eBooks and creative activities.

From the Manufacturer

In Disney Pixar's Monsters University, winning the Scare Games will take more than a big roar—use your problem-solving skills to help Mike and Sulley. Using clever thinking and stealth maneuvers, make your way through different locations. Are your scare skills up to the challenge? Age 4-7 years Features Train to be a top Scarer while progressing through 24 levels. Each level of learning puts your mind to the test—solving logic puzzles and tactical mini-games to unlock shortcuts, find Scare Cards and collect dorm decor. Navigate your way across campus as you sneak to your destination. Strategize a path through obstacles and enemies using objects you find and evasion tactics. As you go, 2 problem-solving mini games challenge your scare skills. Identify pairs of matching monsters memorabilia before time runs out. Use deductive reasoning skills to find the monster that holds the hidden key. Let your inner monster loose. Pick parts to create your own monster. You can even monsterize your own face and bring your creation to life by recording monster roars with the built-in camera and microphone on LeapPad learning tablets and LeapsterGS Explorer. Finally, put your monster to the test and see how much scream energy you can collect. Learning Difference "As Mike and Sulley learn, setting up the perfect monster scare is a challenging problem to be solved using wits and perseverance. In this game, each level exercises children's logic skills, requiring them to rely on tools in the environments to overcome opponents and obstacles. Children are encouraged to test strategies, learn from mistakes and try again until they set up the perfect scare." - Clement C., LeapFrog Learning Expert Works with LeapPad2 Explorer, LeapPad1 Explorer, LeapsterGS Explorer and Leapster Explorer (Sold separately. NOTE: In-game camera and microphone functions are not compatible with Leapster Explorer.).

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great game and fun to play!
JC&Boys
My grandson loves his leapfrog and this is a great game for him, he also loves monsters inc.
cindy grewell
My 4 year old Son loves this game he plays it all the time.
cynthia ann haufler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Silea TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 9, 2013
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I admit, neither my 4-year-old nor I have played any LeapFrog games before this one. I played plenty of video games in my youth, and spend perhaps too much time playing games on my phone these days, so i at least am not naive to the world of gaming.

A good game teaches you how to play, building up the pieces one at a time, then sets you loose. This game teaches you how to play, but builds up the pieces far too quickly.

There are a couple different components of this game. There's a collect-the-widgets part, where the characters are lead through very simple mazes to collect all of the pennants. This is a pretty simple concept, but builds slowly into greater complexity - you have to avoid being seen by the bad guys, you can find bonus prizes, and so on. There are also locked doors, and to get the key you have to play a card game, like a memory game (matching cards in pairs) or a rule-out games (rule out cards based on features, like number of eyes or color of fur).

Here's the problem, though: the concept of lead-the-character-through-the-maze has only just been introduced when the match-the-cards-to-get-the-key part comes in. Especially for younger children, this is too much, too fast. If the game taught the maze part, then had a few simple mazes to practice, THEN brought in the memory game, it might work. This design, with all the game modes piled on top of each other, is just confusing. In addition, new functions are taught in the middle of the game. When spitballs are introduced to blow out candles, there's not a mini-tutorial before the game. No, instead the player will be halfway through a maze, land on a spitball, and the game will STOP for an explanation. This game was not designed with any sense of flow.

The flow of the game breaks all the time.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ursula K. Raphael VINE VOICE on April 21, 2013
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My son is 7 yrs old, and will start the third grade in Fall '13, and he was completely addicted to this game within minutes. At first, I thought it would be too easy for him, but as the player progresses through the levels, it does become more challenging, even for older children. My son has always loved mazes and puzzles, so this particular game theme is perfect for him.

The only problem I have with the LeapPad 2 games is the constant need to connect to the internet through a computer. Considering the prices of the system and the games, it's frustrating to have to go online to access all the features for something that you've purchased. Now, granted, I received this particular game free through the Vine program, but we've purchased other LeapFrog games, and I can't stand having to go online to get everything that is supposed to be included with the game. (For example, you have to go online to download all of the features for the game LeapFrog I SPY Super Challenger.)

Nevertheless, I am really happy with the positive effect that these games have had on my son's critical thinking skills. He's learning problem solving in a variety of situations, but he thinks he's just having fun. :)
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By E. Van Der Scratchy VINE VOICE on May 10, 2013
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We have two of the older LeapFrog Leapster 2 Learning Game System - Green and 11 of the various cartridge games. I can honestly say we love each and every one of them. I had high expectations for the Monster's U game on the LeapPad, and unfortunately I am disappointed. The game has two problem areas for me.

1) It is extremely repetitive. The main part of the game is a series of easy mazes with obstacles and monsters to avoid and things to collect and use. One particular level might have 3 things to teach you (tools, strategies, etc.) but not only will it make you go through ten extremely similar mazes, and you don't ever HAVE to use any of the strategies or tools AT ALL.

2) It is not educational. The mazes are totally not challenging, even to my 3 year old. You don't need to use any of the strategies or tools the game suggests, so why bother? One of the small side games is a version of the classic game Guess Who. We love guess who and play it all the time. The Monster's U version takes all the thinking out of it. For example, one clue might be that the monster in question is blue. Great, so your kid learns process of elimination by turning over the other colors. Unfortunately the game immediately TELLS YOU to turn over the other monsters. Your kid does not have to turn on their brain and THINK at all. Just follow the instructions like a little robot. It makes me insane.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Angela Streiff TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 22, 2013
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This Leap Frog Monsters University game is not just a single game, but a collection of several learning games in one. The goal is to learn all your scare skills and graduate from the Monster school. For each game there are several levels of difficulty, letting kids play how they want to, whether it's untimed, without opponents, etc. Once the child gets better at the games (such as memory, where they are flipping card over) they can then play with opponents who make the game more challenging. As your child plays through the mini-games, they collect items for their Monsters University "dorm room" to decorate it with.

There's also a monster creator which lets kids create/customize their own monster and even use the LeapPad's built in camera to let kids take a photo of them self and put the photo on the monsters face. When we were playing with it, we thought it would be even cuter to take a photo of grandma's little black dog and use it for the monster's face instead.

While the game is about Monsters, it's not scary at all, just like the movie. It by no means has the smoothness or the graphics of games you'd find for the Nintendo DS, but the age range is perfectly suited for those who might still be a bit young for those games. Perfect for those in Kindergarten to first grade, I'd say. Any older and it probably won't be challenging enough for them. And it's a fun way for kids to play simple games with a education-based design.
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