In March my son received a Nintendo DS for his birthday. So far we’ve tested out Silverlicious for DS and Gogo’s Crazy Bones, and he’s loving the “big boy” teach toy. I’m amazed at how inherent the play is for him as he picks it right up and begins to navigate through the screens. “DS time” is needed to limit it’s use since we’re a long way off from self-reglation. Come to think of it, I’ve had to pry my husband from Temple Run so maybe it’s a boy thing.
Some background. Gogo’s are mini-characters that come in various colors and designs each with their own name, personality and ability. Kids can collect GoGo’s; we saw one just yesterday checking out at the grocery store! Bringing the popular collectibles into the gaming world, DS seems a perfect outlet for these mini-figurines as players shoot and sling them into the air in battles, baskets and other fun configurations of GoGo games. My son is crazy for GoGo’s Crazy Bones, and I definately find myself having to set time limits to his new additction:
Each level unlocks additional Gogos with over 30 Puzzles and 70 GoGo’s in total. Gogo’s Crazy Bones ($29.99 retail) is rated “E” for everyone!
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