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 Post subject: DS Games - HELP!
PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 4:51 pm 
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DD is very happy with her new Nintendo DS Lite, but only problem is, she does not know which games to choose!
I was hoping that everyone here could help and recommend games for DD?
DD is a girl that likes solving puzzles and anything logical really.
So?

Advice very much appreciated,

LQ

P.S. She already has Brain Training: How Old is Your Brain? and Professor Layton and the Curious Village.

P.P.S. Is it possible to add a thing like this after you have registered?:

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 5:12 pm 
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You can borrow games from some librraries which does stop expensice mistakes!

Nintendogs is fun ... Pokemon ranger ... even if Pokemon are not your thing!


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How about puzzle type games?

eg tetris, scrabble, matchstick puzzle, planet puzzle (tile shifting), mah jong, Uno, battleships, connect 4 ....

Don't know how old she is, but DD likes lots of other imaginary play games - Imagine Ice Skater, Pippa Funnell horse riding, cookimg mama


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 6:44 pm 
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Why - Elite Penguin Force, of course. And any points you earn with it can be uploaded to you Club Penguin account!

If you're not into Club Penguin, of course, it's not so much fun...

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Don't have the details to hand but "Maths Training" and "Word Coach" (English) look most useful for KS2/11+ prep. :roll:

Something to send them to bed with, and they can wake up first thing in the morning and boost their scores, progress without pain. :)

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I have Mah jongg which i love.

and big brain academy.


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My daughter loves animal crossing boys do too.


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Professor Leyton and his curious viillage

Mystery Case Files

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Animal Crossing has proved to be the best value game in our family purely because she returns to it again and again....... :roll:

Also take a look at Legend of Zelda and The Simpsons.


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I highly recommend Harvest Moon (Island of Happiness) or its new version, Rune Factory (A Fantasy Harvest Moon). They can be played endlessly and have plenty to keep both boys and girls interested.

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