List/Grid Tag Archives: problem solving

Review Excerpt: There are no surprises with this E 10+  LEGO/TT game; in other words, the gameplay is the same as previous titles, with a new story and characters. You control Iron ...
Review Excerpt: Combine “Cut the Rope” style problem solving with a side scrolling venue that gets progressively harder, and you get the idea of Slice Fractions — ...
Review Excerpt: This party game (for 1-4 players) lets you compete using your Mii character in a variety of games. It provides new ways to play with others using the Wii U GamePad. ...
Review Excerpt: In this game, you must help Laval, a brave warrior and prince of the Lion Tribe, fight for justice. You see, Laval must unlock the secret of the legendary triple-CHI ...
Review Excerpt: In this third edition, set in an alien world, you take command of three explorers and a legion of plant-like Pikmin creatures in a fight for survival. Using the Pikmin’s ...
Review Excerpt: Roblox is both an online community for kids ages 8-16 and a set of game generation tools. The Roblox site (www.roblox.com) contains a collection of home-made games that ...
Review Excerpt: Game & Wario is a collection of games designed speficially with the Wii U GamePad in mind. Games include Pirates (look left, right, and above to block arrows fired ...
Review Excerpt: LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes returns for the Wii U, allowing you to play as Batman or Robin, and get help from Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern. Your mission? ...
Review Excerpt: This eBook introduces children to the concept of the water cycle. In the story, a little girl captures a talking snowflake, who explains how she started as a drop of ...
Review Excerpt: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is the sequel to the 2001 GameCube release. This time, Luigi explores six haunted Mansions to find the pieces of the shattered Dark ...
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