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Looking for DS Games suitable for 2/4 year olds

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Found 5th Sep 2008
My sister is after some ds games for her son to play when round at his grans as he seems to enjoy playinh with it....any recommendations and places that sell them cheap appreciated!

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aged 2-4 should be looking at books first - imo

Tetris, a classic.
Maybe the dog training one, nintendogs.
Donkey kong, super mario brothers. All easy.

amazon.co.uk/4-b…DDS

This may be useful: amazon.com/tag…6AJ as it's about childs games and info on them.

my daughter got a ds game called 'i did it mum' theres a boys version as well, very good for that age group as theres lots of little games in it and you can record your voice on there saying welldone when they get it right. amazon had them in so i would try there - i think nintendo realised that the little kids were pinching their older brothers and sisters ds's so there are a few now that are aimed at them - although a lot of them are harder than you would think! another one my little girl enjoyed was Franklin, it wasnt too hard. hope that helps!

hi I have 2 bratz games
11£ for both
interested?

george of the jungle is 3+ i just got it for my lad, altho hes a bit older

aww my little boy can play the little turtle one, aww whats his name......oh i cant remember,the little turtle off the telly, its gonna wreck my head all day now! will tell you as soon as I remember it, its something like Arthur????

Franklin...........thats it Franklin, its really good for the little ones, my lad was playing it fine when he was 3 and even completed the game! Highly recommend that!

amazon.co.uk/Fra…IA2

this is the one, although a search might find it cheaper somewhere else.


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
great for little ones, 3 Nov 2007
By Ms. Jeanette Buckley (NE UK) - See all my reviews


Fun:
I got this with a package for my eight year old only to find it was a great hit with my four year old. There aren't many games out there for the little ones and this has to be top of the list with the platform main game and many mini games that can be unlocked my sister (a teacher) completed the game so my little one could have full access and he hasn't put it down since.

StaceyAKelly;2898583

aww my little boy can play the little turtle one, aww whats his … aww my little boy can play the little turtle one, aww whats his name......oh i cant remember,the little turtle off the telly, its gonna wreck my head all day now! will tell you as soon as I remember it, its something like Arthur????



franklin?!?!
lol anyway i recommend diego (you know from dora) my son is four and adores that game includes blowing in mic and tons more a game kids can actually play!!

angelfacexx;2898615

franklin?!?!lol anyway i recommend diego (you know from dora) my son is … franklin?!?!lol anyway i recommend diego (you know from dora) my son is four and adores that game includes blowing in mic and tons more a game kids can actually play!!



ooo thats interesting, i will look out for that too!

The franklin one has blowing too. You have a little boat race and have to blow the sail to make it sail down the river lol

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I did it mum is hard to get hold of, everywhere is saying 4 weeks delivery although if you can hang on Zavvi does it for £9. I bought it yesterday pre-owned from Gamestation for £14.99 for my 4 year old's bday and it looks really .

My two yeare old and four year old occassionally borrow the older kids ds and so have postamn Pat, Dora the Explorer and Diego to play, they love them.

]crayola treasure adventures, that looks fun.. involves colouring in etc. That is the cheapest ive seen it too.

Heres a ]vid too.

im now selling alot of games if interested check out my thread
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