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Hand held console video games for young children

Hand held console video games for young children

Gaming
Hand held console toys for young children must be robust enough to withstand knocks, drops and sticky fingers. They should also have age appropriate games which are interesting and challenging but not too difficult. Most family games for Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft game platforms require a considerable amount of reading, making them inaccessible for most children under about 6 years of age without a considerable amount of help. The very fact that they are so small means that hand help toys like the Nintendo DS are designed to be played by only one person. Hand Held Educational Electronic Toys for Young Children There’s a range of small hand held electronic toys available for younger children. The price tag will indicate what is available. Very cheap hand held toys may contain
Action game review: Kirby’s Epic Yarn Wii

Action game review: Kirby’s Epic Yarn Wii

Gaming
Kirby's Epic Yarn is the first real Kirby game since the N64 title, Kirby64: The Crystal Shards. Developed by Good-feel and Hal Laboratory and released by Nintendo for the Wii in November, 2010, Kirby has made a grandiose reappearance that reminds gamers why they fell in love with the little pink puffball in the first place. To put it simply, the game is very, very easy, but the overall journey is cute, fun to play, and has some truly amazing vista's to behold. Off to Patch Land The first thing to get out of the way is the story. Kirby games aren't known for deep story's and this is no exception, but it is at least cute and does the job of setting up the gameplay. Kirby is drawn into a Patch Land, a world made of yarn and different patches, where he finds himself made of yarn. Th...