Bear-ware of the Cat in the Hat
By Diane S. Kendall, 12/04/2003
It's holiday time and it would be great if some of the children's software titles that bear well known brand names were also some of the best kid's titles around, but alas that's usually not the case.
Alice in Vivaldi's Four Seasons: The Music Game
By Judi Owens and Diane S. Kendall, 11/07/2003
In the seemingly ho-hum world of children’s software programming, Music Games International has carved out its own niche by developing another successful cutting-edge, interactive, musical entertainment title, Alice in Vivaldi’s Four Seasons: The Music Game.
Pajama Sam Offers Another Life Lesson
by Diane S. Kendall, 10/09/2003
A brand new Pajama Sam title joins the successful software series for kids offering adventure, problem solving practice, and an underlying message about why it's good to keep your room clean.
Jump Starting the School Year
by Diane S. Kendall, 09/11/2003
Two new software titles can help get kids ready for weekly math and spelling tests.
Learn to Play Chess with Fritz and Chesster
by Diane S. Kendall, 05/29/2003
A cool new chess tutorial CD may be the answer to your kid's summer doldrums.
Cinderella Should Have Stayed Home
by Diane S. Kendall, 05/01/2003
Just this one time, Cinderella might have been better off staying home.
Backyard Sports Adds Hockey Team
by Diane S. Kendall, 04/03/2003
Backyard Hockey hits the ice with fast-skating, puck-passing fun geared for kids 7 and up, but don't be surprised if Dad, Mom, big brother and other family members also find themselves addicted.
The Zoombini's Odyssey Continues
by Diane S. Kendall, 03/06/2003
By combining a strong message about conservation with the usual challenging and unique game design characteristic of past Zoombini masterpieces, Zoombini's Island Odyssey is not likely to find itself on software's endangered list anytime soon.
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