Osmo Monster Game (Base required) (Amazon Exclusive)
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- Osmo Creative Set combines creative tools, games and cutting-edge technology to foster creativity and problem-solving skills. It's the perfect upgrade for 3 amazing games: Monster, Newton and Masterpiece.
- Featuring Mo the Monster, a funny, furry friend who brings kids; drawings to life in magical animated activities.
- Includes Masterpiece, an amazing interactive art tool, and Newton, a crazy Collision of Doodles & physics.
- Designed for kids 4-12, the Creative Set contains the creative board, a fuzzy eraser pouch, and dry-erase markers all selected for best results with Osmo technology.
- Compatible with iPad 2-6, iPad mini 1-4, iPad Air 1-2, iPad Pro 9.7 & 10.5 inch, and with the latest Fire tablets: 7th generation 7, HD 8, HD 10, 8th generation HD 8. This includes all Kids Edition tablets. Osmo is not compatible with tablet cases.
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The Osmo Creative Set combines creative tools, games and cutting-edge technology to foster creativity and problem-solving skills. It's the perfect upgrade for three amazing games: Monster, Newton and Masterpiece. Important: iPad/Fire tablet and the Osmo Play System are required to play. (Not included). Osmo Monster Game is now available in Spanish, with your furry Mo voiced by Jaime Camil (of TV's Jane the Virgin and Disney Pixar’s Coco).
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Osmo offers 4 other games that require pieces from Osmo in order to play. Numbers, Coding, Words, and Tangram. They're all fabulous. The kits required to play them come packaged beautifully. They're easy to put away and easy to store.
Monster, Newton, and Masterpiece only require the main Osmo Base set. Beyond that, you can use paper and pen or pencil. Or you can use a dry erase board with markers. This Monster set includes a dry erase board, chalk markers, a fuzzy marker case and wipe off cloth. The dry erase board is well made and cute. The chalk markers work, but they make a substantial mess. I detest them. The residue sticks around instead of largely disintegrating (like dry erase). The case is cute, but after one day of play is already covered in orange residue from the orange marker. The Monster game itself appears to be one set of animations with varying requests to draw things. Example: This time the monster asks you to draw a wand, flower, hat, shoes, and a barrel. Next time you play it, the request is for a wand, star, alarm clock, shoes, and a barrel. All my kids liked it and wanted to play it, but I can see them getting bored soon. I hope they add more to the app.
The main reason I'm so disappointed is because $50 is a lot to spend on a board and some markers. They're high quality, but I already owned a dry erase board and markers.
Tangram is our favorite. My son has been doing that since he was 2 and he is 4 now and it is still interesting to him. Number and Words he sees and plays a little when older cousins come to visit but he is only 4! I purchased the Coding Jam for his upcoming 5th birthday just because he loves making music. I think all of these will hold creative and learning value as he gets older.