VTech - MobiGo Software - Chuggington
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- Games feature characters from the TV show--Players can play as the trainees, Wilson, Brewster or Koko
- Each game has a "challenge mode" to encourage players to try more difficult questions
- Players can earn and collect badges by completing the games
- Players can collect chuggers to display in the chugger showroom as they complete challenges
- Includes 4 touch screen mini-games that teach shape matching, problem solving, classification and memory
- Compatible with all VTech MobiGo systems
This item is available because of the Add-on program
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MobiGo Software Cartridge Chuggington has a 'challenge mode' to encourage players to try more difficult questions. It's a complete kit of educational challenges that's ideal for all kids. It includes touch screen mini games that can teach shape matching, problem solving, classification and memory to kids.
Age: 3 to 5 years
- Badges that can be earned and collected
- Chuggers for display in the chugger showroom
- Educational as well as entertaining for kids
Recommended Ages:3 – 5
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Top Customer Reviews
In a nutshell, I've got a fairly hard-to-please kid when it comes to Mobigo games. Bottom line, this cartridge offers 4 games, and my son likes all of them.
The games are as follows:
Concentration: Typical memory game...the only glitch I've noticed is that sometimes, the doors to the train sheds don't come all the way up, so you can't see the trains to know where they are. Most of the time, though, the game works fine. Increasing difficulty is well-thought-out.
Wilson, Knowing Where You're Going: Problem solving...you have to move things out of Wilson's way, and although it sounds simple, it actually does a decent job of getting more complex as the game progresses.
Koko's Cargo: The Best Game!!! This is solving puzzles, and it really can get hard to do. You have to plan ahead and figure out where to put everything before you start. Since some games tend to top out and not get hard enough, I love that this one is challenging (on easy and difficult levels). Also, I like that the player can remove pieces and use trial and error fairly easily (without having to start all over again). This is my son's favorite game on this cartridge.
Brewster, No Time to Waste: My son's least favorite...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My two year old loves this game. He really has fun with the memory game.Published 8 months ago by Kyle Metzler