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Smart Girls: Playhouse - Nintendo DS
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- Fun For Girl: An assortment of mini-games specifically made for girls.
- Wholesome Mini-games: With over 12 mini-games that bring out your child's talents, this title will keep your little one's preoccupied for hours.
- Great Entry Point: Aimed at parent's who are conscious of the plethora of inappropriate content for children, this title aims to give child and parent a great alternative into the world of casual videogames.
- Nintendo DS Functions: Using the functions of the DS, your child can interact with the games, bringing them into the world of learning and fun.
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I have my DS system set to go directly to the game, so there is nothing that she can mess up. It's great for little ones - 3 to 5 years old.
There are 12 games. For Smart Girl's Playhouse they are: Coloring, find differences, dress up, match sounds, play piano, puzzle, picture match, drawing, counting, play instruments, Lunch box, Feed hampsters, and options.
The options is just birthday (month and day) of the child and the parents. So, nothing that matters if it gets changed a dozen times.
We also have Smart Boy's Gameroom - It's the exact same games except for 3. You loose the very girly ones: feed hampster, making lunch box, and dress up. Those are changed to: car driving, train station, and exterminate monsters (which is the same concept as feed hampsters)
There is also the game: Smart Kid's Gameroom which is both games on the same cartridge. I do not need or want duplicate games, but from what I can tell, when you turn it on - it gives you the option of which game you want to play - the boy's gameroom, or the girls playhouse. So it is just the two games saved onto one cartridge.
Also, very little reading - the main words used in each mini game are: Back, Quit, Next, Redo, Done! Even at that - there's no need to read them. Its very simplified, and easy to figure out which button does what.Read more ›
The mini games are varied and fun, including a "feed the hamster" pop a mole type game, a coloring section where you can color in coloring pages or freestyle draw like a simple paint program, there's matching games, musical such as a piano where you touch the piano keys on the screen, and a dress-up paper doll kind of game. The game rewards you doing well by animating the coloring pages when they are done, etc. There are more games than these, but those were the ones that held my daughter's interest the longest.
It's a fun title that is definitely for the 3-5 year age group. Children over that age are probably ready for more challenging titles and would be bored with the laidback, easy approach of this game. However, its perfect for the little one that wants to play DS like her bigger siblings (or like mom and dad).
On that note, the Smart Kid's Gameroom is a combination of both Boy and Girl "Smart" DS titles, and is even a better buy since you get almost twice as many games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 3yr old like it. Her favorite activity/game is putting together a lunchbox.Published 1 month ago by Every day is Earth Day
I got this for my 3 year old daughter because I didn't know what other game to get her for her DS that would b easy for her to use. She loves it! Read morePublished 4 months ago by nini
If you are looking for something that a toddler can play with minimal adult help, this is for you. The games are quite simple, but for the very young only. older children... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sandra Hinchey
Bought this thinking my 7 year old would play it WITH the 3 year old since the younger one really has no DS experience. BUT- she did great. Read morePublished on February 7, 2014 by Leigh Cushing