7:38 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Macworld's Game Room has posted a review of Disney Interactive's Finding Nemo: Learning With Nemo. The game is targetted at children who have yet to learn to read and write but are capable with a mouse. The game's different activities are designed to improve pattern recognition and simple math.
From the review:
These are preschool and kindergarten-aged activities, to be sure, and they help reinforce important concepts. Progressive levels of difficulty help keep kids challenged, although the repetition might get frustrating for their parents. For the full review click on over to the Game Room at the link below.
Macworld Game Room: Finding Nemo: Learning With Nemo Reviewed
Each screen features objects that kids can click on to see animations and other fun actions. The imagery is fun and colorful, though it lacks the sophisticated graphics of the movie. The game features the original voice of Nemo. However, most of the other characters are voiced by sound-alike actors.
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