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LeapFrog Didj Custom Learning Game Nicktoons - Android Invasion
SESpFrog Enterprises Android Invasion Didj Game LeapFrog Didj CustomGaming System Nicktoons - Android Invasion
In this action-packed side-scroller, do battle as SpongeBob, Danny Phantom or El Tigre to battle robotic clones to save the planet!
Teaches math: one- and two-digit addition, one and two-digit subtraction, division (1-12), multiplication (0-12).
Library of games featuring favorite characters from SpongeBob SquarePants, Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
Kids can customize the game online with the math skills they are studying in school.
Parents connect to the LeapFrog® Learning Path to see what their child is learning.
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10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Average side-scrollerOct 10, 2008
The game is pretty much what the description suggests and is certainly not innovative. Think Mario Brothers with some arithmetic questions blended in.
The quality of games for the Didj will have to improve for this system to have staying power.
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Ok gameDec 26, 2008
By S. Veronica
We bought this game for my daughter along with the Didj system for xmas. She likes that you can play this game as anyone of the Nickelodeon characters but prefers the game that came with the Didj system over this one.
As far as the educational factor goes, you basically have to solve a math problem before going to each new level. I have not noticed much math during the actual game play.
Overall, it's still a fun game and I would recommend it if your child is a Nick toons fan.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Nostalgic!Jan 02, 2009
My nephew has this one, and I happened to glance over his shoulder while he was playing it in the car. Invader Zim in a video game, almost eight years later? Wow! I don't think my nephew knew who Zim was, but he certainly does now. That gave us plenty to talk about for the last few days. I watched the show when I was in high school.
As for the gameplay, it's not overly difficult, which is good for a game marketed to teach small children math. I think the game would probably be better if there were more content available to be unlocked as the game progresses, and incentives for beating it at more than one difficulty level. He really enjoys it, which is what counts.
The PCs are kind of a mish mosh, which is good in a way, but I'm disappointed that Dib isn't a major factor in the outcome of the game.
I recommend this game to any child who needs to work on his or her times tables.
7 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Not a Hand held game! It's an educational toolApr 05, 2010
By Amazon Customer
I do not believe in hand held games or video games for children. My mother is the one who went against my wishes and purchased this for my daughter Christmas 2008, that's right 2008. Knowing my feeling on this subject my mother came armed with newspaper articles, e-articles, and an educational magazine. Due to my stubbornness it was an entire year before I loaded the software on my computer. With that being said I am glad my mother purchased this for my daughter (age 8) as I never would. Didj is not a hand held game or video game, it is an awesome educational tool. I love it! The Didj includes a feature on its "Leapfrog Connect" in which I can upload her spelling words and choose her math facts and language arts skills by grade and then again by specific skills. In order to continue to the next level she must answer a series of educational questions, this motivates her because she earns micromods. Micromods are equivalent to money/tokens in which she downloads "extras" for each game. For example, she has downloaded a pet for Sonic and a new computer for Nancy Drew and a Karate move for Spongebob. I have purchased another six educational tools; Nancy Drew, Nicktoons, Neopets, Tinkerbell, Super Chicks, High School Musical and a free download from Leapfrog Jet Pack Heroes. I can't seem to say enough about this valuable educational tool. My daughter is studying her math facts and spelling words without me telling her "It's time to study".
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Fun and EducationalFeb 22, 2009
My grandchildren have played and enjoyed this game. My review is based on their response to the game and the length of time they have played plus the questions they ask when they play. It has been a challenge for the 7 year old and the 5 year old has also been able to play productively. I have not personally played the game. Most of the problems regarding the Didj itself is my not understanding how the system is set up and how to use the website properly and not problems with the game itself.
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