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One of the joys of being a parent is getting to play some wonderful games designed for children. DSI Games has been one developer that I have been following as a parent for quite some time now. They have been releasing very reasonably priced video games based on well known (and Family Friendly) board games. When Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Memory got to my review desk I was pretty excited. This is three awesome board games on one Gameboy Advance cartridge. All three of these games are faithfully reproduced on the little screen. All three of these games are wonderful tools to teach how to be a good winner, and how to be a good loser. Those lessons sadly have been missed by too many gamers playing ‘T’, and ‘M’ rated video games in my lengthy video game experience. The good news is they can pick up this game and catch up.

The bright colors are evident in Candyland, and Chutes & Ladders. The original Memory game is not quite up to snuff in my humble opinion. The details are better than I expected in the original Memory game though. Wholesome images are used properly in this game. How awesome is it to play a game that has no offensive images in it? I found no offensive images in this GBA game whatsoever.

The sounds are okay in Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Memory. I wish there had been some more of them included, but that is just me. The sounds that are included are very crisp and clear. I heard no offensive sounds during my many hours of playing this game.

Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Memory is playable by up to four players at the same time. The Gameboy Advance has to be passed around, which can be an opportunity to teach sharing. There is a shocking amount of replay value in this one little GBA cartridge. Children can easily play this game for months and not get bored. I had trouble getting this game out of my kid’s hands so I could review it. But since so many other magazines and websites ignore great games like this one - I made sure to play it. Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Memory is worth your hard earned dollars

DSI Games has done a spectacular job with the controls in Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Memory. All three of these games control perfectly. The layout of the games shows a definite intelligent design. They also did a great job with the faithful reproduction of the board games on the little screen. What a lot of people want to know, is it fun? Yes, all three of these games are fun to play.

I love playing, and reviewing games like Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Memory. These games teach wonderful lessons, and there are so many in our culture who need to learn these lessons. Play this one right now.
- Paul


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 79%
Replay/Extras: 99%
Gameplay: 98%
Family Friendly Factor: 97%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: DSI Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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