educational games

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Sep 5, 2008

educational games by tinymonkeyt at 6:23 AM (880 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. tinymonkeyt
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    lol i know why you clicked here
    you must be thinking,
    "wtf does education have to do with the DS?!" or "why the hell would anyone want to play educational games?"
    but ive got my reasons

    so are there any GOOD educational games for the DS?
    preferably ones that improve like.. my vocabulary (for English) or something
    and please dont tell me like "dora the explorer" or sesame street
    im really serious about this..
     
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    There are all the brain age, big brain academy, etc games.. Piles upon piles of them..

    Theres also professor layton which has a plethora of various types of puzzles including logic, word, chess, etc.. Highly recommended game, it's fantastic.
     
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    hmm is wordcoach any good?
     
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    The Coach Series - My Word Coach, My Chinese Coach, My Spanish Coach, My Diet Coach, My French Coach, My Basketball Coach (ooops, not that one)...
    Let's Yoga
    Let's Pilate
    Yoga (from Ubisoft)
    Brain Age 1 and 2
    Brain Challenge
    Big Brain academy
    Spellbound
    The Recipe book (forgot title) from Nintendo
    Math Training
    Clubhouse Games (board games)
    Are You Ambidextrous
    Eye Training
    Puzzler Collection
    any Soduku game out there...

    For little tykes:
    Smart Magical Storybook
    Animal Genius

    not all are edutainment but most fits the market Nintendo is targeting with the Touch Generation campaign...
     

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