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Tonka Dig'n Rigs Playset

by Hasbro
Platform : Windows 98, Windows 95
Rated: Everyone
4.6 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews

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  • PC-compatible CD-ROM
  • Fits most standard Windows keyboard
  • Four skill-building games.
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Product Description

CD-Rom Playset featuring Tonka

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This PC-compatible CD-ROM playset fits on top of your keyboard and features a driving wheel, a key, a gearshift, and lift controls, so budding young construction workers can get creative. Join Tonka Joe at one of four work sites, pick your rig, and complete a variety of construction jobs. Bulldoze, excavate, swing the wrecking ball, power the forklift, and more. Also included are four skill-building games, which promote color matching, hand-eye coordination, following directions, and problem solving. You can also print decals, vehicle information, coloring pages, and certificates for a job well done. The playset fits most standard Windows keyboards; it is not intended for use on laptops or ergonomic keyboards.

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B00002SUW6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 12.1 x 9.5 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 27, 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,548 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Customer Reviews

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We have Tonka Contruction 2, Tonka Workshop, and Fisher Price Big Action Construction -- all good toys. We just got Dig 'n Rigs the other day and I'd have to say that this toy is an order of magnitude better than the others. The user interface is excellent - everything is in 3D, yet it's easy to navigate. It allows kids to actually drive the trucks from the truck lot to various construction sites, then operate the fairly realistic controls. The game has more degrees of freedom than Tonka Workshop. My son (not quite 3 years old yet) would easily sit at the computer and play this game for hours if I let him.
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By Jessy on October 14, 2000
I just recently purchased this for my 4 year old son and it's a huge success. It's hard finding software for him. Some kids still have trouble using the keyboard to play games and this is definetely not hard to use. If your child is very much into trucks, cars and all that, he/she will love this game. Jessy
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My son is at this game for hours. I have to drag him away from it kicking and screaming just to get a turn at my computer! I thought hooking it up would be more involved, but you just strap it to your keyboard. Very simple to use. My little guy plays unassisted while I do my housework. He learned basic mouse function from other great programs like jumpstart toddler so he has no problem getting around this game. GREAT purchase- I highly recommend it.
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My little boy absolutely LOVES this toy!...Avynn is able to doall the different truck things all by himself and it's great to just sit him in front of the computer for a while. I highly recommend this toy/software.
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This is an excellent computer game, from the graphics, realistic sounds and the control console. My 4 year old son and 7 year old daughter love playing the game. I admit, I do also on occation. If you happen to have a good computer speaker system with a subwoofer and surround sound, you get the feeling that the machines sound are realistic, plus the subwoofer also add vibration to the floor (that much more fun). The console controls are actually close to the real thing, though more forgiving. I had a natural keyboard, so I had to purchase a standard keyboard for the console. But it was no problem the natural key board was USB and the standard keyboard was a serial connection, so I just connected them both.
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My son has just turned 3 and he really enjoys playing this game. The dashboard fits nicely over a standard keyboard and the strap holds it in place nicely. The only thing that is a down side is the keyboard does move around a little when he uses the controls. There is one activity that is too difficult for him to master and that is the activity at the gas station. That is just a small part of this game. My son loves the 4 vehicles used and has a couple favorite activities he likes to do in the game. He loves feeding the animals with the end-loader and loves knocking down buildings with the crane and wrecking ball. I would highly recommend this game for any child that enjoys computer games.
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By A Customer on September 8, 2001
After reading all the outstanding reviews this product received, we just had to give it a try! IT IS EXTRAORDINARY! I was a little concerned that our son was a bit young (Just 2 years old), but figured we could enjoy it with him until he was old enough! We bought it for his second birthday and in one month he has mastered about 1/2 of the activities! He is matching colors, working his fine motor skills and logic, all while having a blast! A MUST FOR EVERY LITTLE BOY!
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In short: You are wasting precious child-development time (not to mention precious adult-relaxation time). Stop reading these reviews already and get it!
OK, since you insist... This is about as close to perfect as a toy can get. The robust little "dashboard" can be installed on a standard keyboard, by a standard 4 year-old, in ten seconds flat. Tonka Joe, the walking 'n talking cartoon guide, deserves a special Oscar for helpfulness, clarity, and his cheery, ungrating voice. That last is very important, because you will be listening to him for hours (and hours :-) on end.
Watch your children's faces closely when they first realize they can actually DRIVE these on-screen earthmovers, SCOOP the on-screen dung, SWING the on-screen wrecking ball... Be prepared to catch their eyeballs.
Also be prepared for some serious time to yourself. The game designers got EVERYTHING right on this one. It is almost impossible for your kid to get lost or confused. Using the clearly explained mouse commands, they can bail out of one activity and go to another instantly, or they can choose to drive from place to place (the rigs respond to accurate steering input, but they'll get where they're going even if your kid is just spinning the wheel or blowing the horn). Interspersed with the construction activities are a series of games, some educational, some just fun, and some very funny indeed. My boy was delighted when he discovered that he could drop the shipping containers in the water, instead of loading them on the waiting barge. But here too, the designers were way ahead - if a container is loaded onto the wrong-colored cradle, it gets catapulted way out into the ocean, accompanied by Tonka Joe yelling: "Air freight!
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