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Plastic Bottle Scrooge, who notices that Earth Day is coming, responds with "Bah. The environment. Humbug." So starts this charming environmental romp based on the Dickens' classic.
Maggie's Earth Adventures presents six free cartoon adventures that teach environmental issues by showing them in the context of a story.
Excellent LEGO adventure where you play as an undercover cop saving the city from thugs.
In this fun simulation game, kids open their own dinosaur zoo and operate it to earn money.
This exciting tech toy lets girls become engineers as they read a storybook which asks them to build things using the toys components packaged with the book.
With the tech toy Roominate, little girls build the stages for the stories they want to tell.
A new way to experience a Harry Potter adventure by interacting with a magical book controller.
An adventure romp with giants and superheroes that uses real toys placed on a portal as the means to introduce new characters into the game.
You become Harry Potter by playing this game using the Kinect controller.
Kids will learn about bears, mountain lions, wolverines, owls, and more as they interact with episodes from "America the Wild!"
Adventure game set in the world of the Finding Nemo movie. It houses mini-games played with the characters from the movie.
An action/adventure game based on the movie Brave that squanders the opportunity to create a terrific video game with a strong female lead. Instead, the game plays like a typical combat adventure game created for young boys, where the lead character just happens to be wearing a dress.
Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe as they go undercover in a traveling circus.
Kids use logic to dig through a grid of dirt to find buried dinosaur bones.
Meet Scar, an Edmontosaurus, and Patch, a juvenile Troodon, in a 65-page book app that tells the story of their survival over the first year of their lives.
This reference app houses information about 36 dinosaurs.
Fluttery wings, dark nights, and lots of fascinating facts fill this highly recommended science book app.
Nintendo DS game featuring Pinkalicious. It is based on a book of the same name in which Pinkalicious loses a tooth -- her sweet tooth!
A series of mini-games played with characters from 5 different Disney/Pixar movies all involve lots of physical movement as kids jump, lean, and throw.