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LeapFrog® Leapster® Learning Game: Ratatouille

4.1 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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  • Catch, sort and cook up fun with Remy, Emile and Linguini!
  • Help Remy and Emile sort food by color and food group!
  • Letters are falling from the sky and Remy needs your help to catch them and make words.
  • Earn recipes and help Linguini prepare a great meal.
  • Teaches word building, phonics skills, sorting, matching skills, food groups and nutritional facts.
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Product Description

Recommended Age Range Pre-K to 1st Grade (4 to 7 years). Help Remy take a bite out of Paris! When Remy the rat flees to Paris, he decides to pursue his dreams of becoming a great French chef just like his hero Gusteau. Help Remy prove anyone can cook by learning essential reading skills and fun food facts! Cartridge is for use with Leapster and Leapster L-MaxTM learning game systems. What it Teaches - Phonics Skills, Word Building, Matching & Food Groups.

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Help Remy take a bite out of Paris! When Remy the rat flees to Paris, he decides to pursue his dream of becoming a great chef just like his hero Gusteau. Help Remy show anyone can cook by using reading skills and fun food facts! Leapster2 players can connect online for extra activities and rewards. And with the LeapFrog® Learning Path, parents can see what their child is learning. Appropriate for ages 4 years to 8 years. Works only with Leapster and Leapster2 learning game systems.

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Product Dimensions 1.4 x 5.3 x 7.1 inches
Item Weight 3.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B000MMVKT6
Item model number 20374
Manufacturer recommended age 4 - 7 years
Best Sellers Rank #271,867 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#1,421 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Electronic Learning Toys
#1,907 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Electronic Learning Products
#4,064 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Learning
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By W. Kunert on August 31, 2007
Since there's no review posted here yet, here's mine. I bought this for my two sons, ages 6 and 3, and as expected, they fought over it, but only for the first two weeks and now they've returned to their old favorites, Cars and Sonic. The games are nicely done for the most part, and use the real voices from what I can tell (including Patton Oswald). Leapfrog avoided duplicating game play from other cartridges, and did a nice job graphically with 4 out of 5 of the distinct games. I wasn't impressed with the one where Remy surfs through sewer pipes (first-person style game). The graphics on that one are poor, and the game play is particularly clunky. The game requires you to quickly identify numbers from letters, but I couldn't tell an "S" from a "5" or a "1" from an "I", so I don't get how a child could be expected to. There's a game where you have to sort items in 2 or 3 different categories, first based on color, then by food group. There's a lot of items, and I could tell that it was really challenging my kids in a good way, with no time limit. Unfortunately, I must report that I witnessed this particular game have a glitch no less than three times, because my kids complained to me. None of the buttons would work, the characters were caught in a loop, staring at you. The Leapster had to be restarted, or at least I had to exit the game by pushing "Home". There's a concentration-style matching game which requires the player to match sounds too, rather than just pictures. The recipe game got a surprising amount of play with my kids too, where the player has to follow directions and crack the right number of eggs, avoid putting in the wrong ingredients that are on the table, stir the pot a certain number of times, etc. Overall, I recommend this cartridge. It remains to be seen if my kids will return to it later. Currently they are fighting over "Number Raiders" a game I found on clearance, but one they initially dismissed because "it only has one game".
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My daughter just turned 4, and I got her Leapster 2 for Christmas. I decided on Ratatouille first, since we have the movie and games seemed suited to her abilities.

Graphics are not great, but work fine. Voices are identical to those in the movie. There are 5 games on the cartridge: sorting items into categories (by color, by food group), matching items (memory game; match letters, numbers, colors, shapes), cooking (choosing ingredients, adding them to pot, mixing, setting timer, putting on icing; includes 'create-your-own-recipe'), catching things (they plop from the ceiling and Remy needs to be moved around to catch the appropriate ones), and surfing through sewers (also a catching game: catch specified items while avoiding wrong ones).

My daughter has been playing with this game for less than a week now and plays with it not for long, but 5-10 times every single day. She loves the cooking game. She figured it all out immediately and keeps going back to it all the time. (BTW, there is barely any difference between levels 1 and 3 in the cooking game.) Matching she also found easy (she doesn't know letters, but was matching them without problem whatsoever, repeating sounds as Remy was saying them), in fact maybe too easy, because she much prefers cooking. Sorting is easy to do, but concepts get harder (e.g., sort items into fruits vs. meat and beans category) so she is not into it. She likes the surfing game but doesn't do much with it. And finally, the catching game I myself find too hard on level 1 (items seem to drop too fast, I have no time to move Remy) so we haven't tried it yet.

Problems: Occasionally (rarely) our Leapster just freezes, and we have to restart the Leapster. (This could be the console problem, not the game problem.
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I have them all packaged up, but have not been able to get to the post office so I'm sure it's past time that I can return them. If it has not passed, please inform me.

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Susan
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I got this for my daughter for Christmas who just turned four in November. Overall I was hesitant about buying the leapster 2 and a game I am not into giving children video games so young. However, I needed something that could keep her entertained at Church until the Children would go down for the Children service. The game itself offers five differant games there is only one that she can't quite get the hang of yet. I think as she grows though she will learn that one also. She loves the game where she gets to cook the recipes shes earned and enjoys "cracking" the eggs. Its a fun game but not so over the top that she vegetates with it all day which was my concern.
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I bought this for my son's leapster because the description said it was compatible. It was not compatible, but to return would have cost me more than what I paid. Wast of time and he was disappointed.
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I might like what it teaches my kid a little more than she likes playing it- but she DOES enjoy playing this game. She makes recipes after all & cooking is fun right. She definitely has gotten our money's worth out of it. For a 5 yr. old who loves dolls so much, we are happy we got her this still.
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Our daughter, 3, absolutely LOVES this game. We bought her the Backyardigans one but she couldn't quite figure it out. However, she has no trouble with this game and really enjoys playing it!
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