Leapfrog Clickstart Educational Software:Go Diego Go
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- Baby animals are in a bind and only you can help Diego save them!
- Pick the right number to help penguins take a plunge.
- Match and move shapes so Diego can cross the bridge.
- Venture up vines for an alphabet adventure.
- Teaches numbers, counting, letters, shapes and computer skills such as QWERTY keyboarding and mousing.
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Venture into the wilderness with Diego to save baby animals in the rain forest, desert and Antarctica! Learn about letters and numbers while discovering fun facts about all the animals you rescue! Appropriate for ages 3 years to 6 years.
Top customer reviews
My daughters (2.5 years old and 3.5 years old) love Go, Diego, Go! so it was an easy decision to buy this game. I don't know if my kids are weird, but their mouse skills are much better than their ability to navigate quickly with the keyboard. As many have pointed out, there are six games. Three of them require using the arrow keys to make Diego go in different directions, and he is also required to jump (space bar) and move (arrow key) at the same time. Thus far, this is beyond my girls. They still choose to play this game, but I need to be there the entire time, helping, and even still, they get bored and/or frustrated, and we've never gotten to the end of the game.
There's a "vine climb" game that also requires using the arrow keys to move Diego from one vine to another as he must get the leaf with a specific letter on it. Ideally, he would move away from the leaves with the wrong letter on them, too. The leaves move very quickly. Even when *I* play the game, I have to work fast to get the right letters. Way beyond them.
One game, the bridge game, involves using the mouse. This is the game that my daughters can play by themselves, and all I have to do is cheer them on. There's no time limit or independently moving parts. [thumb up]
The last game involves penguins with numbers on them, and you have to push the number on the keyboard to make a particular penguin jump into the water. Although my girls aren't that great at this game yet, I can see that they can get it soon. Unlike the "vine climb" where the leaves move quickly, in the penguin dive, the penguins just sit there for however long it takes the child to find the number on the keyboard.
I'm not sorry that we bought the game. They do like getting to make Diego do things (even if those things don't result in completing the tasks/games). If you're buying it for a 3 year old, you might want to let go of the idea that they'll play the games "the right way" and just let them fool around with it.
I don't see the Cars game listed here at amazon.com, but I bought that one in a store, and my girls can play all of those games. If your kids like Lightening McQueen, perhaps get that game as one a 3 year old can play (if they're good with the mouse!)
Three of the games are basically the same with different scenes to choose from. I found that in the desert scene my son was getting frustrated as he could not get up a large hill, I figured it had to do with needing to press the space bar and arrow at the same time (which my son normally does to jump). However, when I was unable to get past this certain hill I contacted LeapFrog to be told this was an issue with some of the Diego cartridges. I was very impressed that LeapFrog is sending out my choice of a replacement game, since the Diego game was still under warranty. Even with this glitch, so far he can still play the remainder Diego games without a problem. I do recommend making sure the desert scene works during your warranty time.
I will also note that because I purchased the Diego game from Amazon, it was very easy to provide LeapFrog with the purchase info, which I would have long thrown away had I purchased at a department store.
I would warn that this game requires a MUCH higher level of hand coordination than others, it is very video game like - so I would not recommend for those under 5.
Also, it may be worth noting that I liked this game even though I find the show kind of annoying.