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After Color Zen made such an impact with Family Friendly Gaming Nation, I wanted to review Color Zen Kids on the Wii U, and Nintendo 3DS. There are only one hundred and twenty levels to play in Color Zen Kids. Which is much smaller than the 460 levels in Color Zen.

The levels in Color Zen Kids are generally much easier too. As an adult I was able to breeze through all of the levels in the Wii U, and Nintendo 3DS. Just remember two key components when playing Color Zen Kids. First work on the colors that have colors inside them in the beginning. Second, always end with the frame color. There can be an exception here and there to the first key component.

The music in Color Zen is creepy. The music in Color Zen Kids is much better. I enjoyed listening to the jams while playing this color matching puzzle game. One odd thing though. The music only played through the Wii U gamepad on the Wii U. It never played through the television set. The 3DS did not have this issue.

Speaking of our favorite little hand held device. The images on the Nintendo 3DS are smaller than on the Wii U. They are condensed. Which at times can make certain levels easier to play. It is also neat to see Color Zen Kids available to families on the go.

Color Zen Kids is a downloadable only game. You will not be able to find this at your local store. Kids can enjoy the various shapes in Color Zen Kids. I noticed it is pretty heavy on animals, which is something our children really enjoyed. They hated messing up a frog to finish a level for example.

Color Zen Kids is a one step forward two steps back kind of a game when compared to Color Zen. There are wonderful colors, neat music, and this game is easy for casual gamers (and kids). The lack of levels means the $3.99 price tag is a bit hard to swallow. Especially when we look at the price of Color Zen - it is also $3.99.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 100%
Family Friendly Factor: 100%

System: Nintendo 3DS/Wii U
Publisher: Cypronia
Developer: Cypronia, Large Animal
Rating: ‘E' - Everyone
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