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About the Product
- Fun For Boys: An assortment of mini-games specifically made for boys.
- 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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Packed with more than 12 fun, exciting, and interactive mini-games tailored to both appeal to, and spark the curiosity of young boys, Smart Boy's Gameroom provides a challenging, rewarding and entertaining first experience with technology that boys with carry with them for a lifetime. Mini-games within it allow children to use their fingers or the DS stylus to direct action and concentrate on puzzle-solving and the development of rudimentary critical thinking skills through gameplay involving child-familiar activities like music, memorization, counting and coloring. The result is a teaching tool that also provides a fun, wholesome first gaming experience that children can take with them anywhere. Key Game Features:
- Fun For Boys - An assortment of mini-games specifically made for boys.
- Wholesome Mini-games - With over 12 mini-games that bring out your child's talents, this title will keep your little ones preoccupied for hours.
- Great Entry Point - Aimed at parents 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 video games
- 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.
Top Customer Reviews
At any rate, the mini-games in this game are:
play the piano
color a pre-printed picture
find the differences in two pictures
put together the puzzle
bop the monsters
match the sounds (sort of an easy "Simon")
train station (my daughter's favorite, your kid will love it if her or she likes Thomas!)
car driving (use a map to drive the car to your destination)
The games sort of range in the fun factor, and none of them track performance or save any pictures or music beyond the end of the mini-game. I find this sort of frustrating but my 3-year-old doesn't seem to care.
The best part is the free drawing game - I've been looking for one of these since she first held my DS stylus and tried to draw in signature box in BrainAge!
My kids weren't interested in this game at first, but quickly warmed up when they tried the piano playing mini-game. They also enjoy the drawing and coloring mini-games.
This is a good game for young players. I like that there are many mini-games, so this isn't a one-trick pony. However, I can't imagine kids over 8- or 9-years old would find this engaging.
If you are looking for more games for young boys, check out my Amazon Listmania List, "Young boys' Nintendo DS games."
Great to keep him occupied on long trips! No adult intervention needed, so I highly recommend this for the kids under 7 and it is good for boys and girls.
The screen with all of the different game options is very busy. There is no way my kids could pick what they wanted to play. It has all of the games with pictures in sort of a puzzle feel, you pick what you want.
What they do the most is tap on the music page, over and over and over. Not a lot of entertainment in it. More like pushing a button on a noisy toy repeatedly.
I think this would be better for a child at least 4. But when my kids are that old, I think there would be much more fun games to play.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Took 6 tries to get it to be read on my DS. It was scratched and durty.Published 16 days ago by K.Cohoon
My kids still love this game after several years of owning it. I have a boy and a girl and my daughter gets just as much enjoyment out of it that my son does.Published 10 months ago by Lucky17340
When my son's DS was still working he really enjoyed the heck out of this but that was when he was 4-5 and just on the cusp of new knowledge.Published 16 months ago by T. Hackett