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Star Wars The Clone Wars has made the rounds on plenty of different video game systems. One of the more interesting to us at Family Friendly Gaming is the Didj. Are you asking what the Didj is? Well read the review of the system on the Family Friendly Gaming website. Okay, okay, okay I will throw you a few bones. The Didj is a learning machine targeted at those between the ages of six through ten. Star Wars The Clone Wars teaches Geometry, Fractions, and Place Values.

Star Wars The Clone Wars has a Star Wars look and feel to it. What else should anyone expect though. This is a Star Wars video game after all. There is some violence in this game as the player takes out different characters in this Didj game. Most of the enemies are robots, which seems to like to shoot with laser beams. On the ultimate plus side there is a lot of very friendly mathematic images in this particular video game.

Star Wars The Clone Wars has some nice music in it. All of it is themed from the Star Wars universe, and fits this video game quite nicely. The special effect sounds are a lot of laser blasts, and light sabers dismantling robots. At the age of six your child should already know how to read. I bring this up because reading is a basic requirement of Star Wars The Clone Wars on the Didj. Please keep that in mind when making a purchase making decision.

Star Wars The Clone Wars has some great replay value when it comes to the mathematics. My grandson really got into Star Wars The Clone Wars, and has been improving upon his math skills thanks to this Didj video game. If you have a child or grandchild in the correct age range, then I recommend a purchase.

Leap Frog knows what they are doing when it comes to setting up the control scheme. The action in Star Wars The Clone Wars is simplistic, but nothing overly complex in a child's video game. I found some intelligent design in the questions included in Star Wars The Clone Wars. I tried this Didj game, and it was okay. My grandson however had a blast playing this game. He was a little more aggressive after playing this game though.

I love how Star Wars The Clone Wars teaches some timely math skills that all children need to learn. The violence in the game play does not thrill me though. I would like to see a sequel to Star Wars The Clone Wars especially if more learning is included.
- Frank


Graphics: 82%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 92%
Gameplay: 87%
Family Friendly Factor: 85%
System: Didj
Publisher: Leapfrog
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated

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