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Sonic the Hedgehog has made it on to the Didj, and Family Friendly Gaming is all over it. Not only do second through fourth graders get some classic Sonic video game play, they also get to improve their spelling. This is exactly the kind of a video game Family Friendly Gaming has been clamoring for. Sonic the Hedgehog on the Didj improves people’s lives, and the image of the gamer. I wonder if a Mario Bros. Math is in the works.

Sonic the Hedgehog has the classic original Sonic look and feel to it. If you are familiar with the Genesis game then you know exactly what to expect. There are plenty of bright, wonderful and vibrant colors in this Didj video game. The one complaint I have in this department is an occasional skip in the graphics. It did not happen all the time, but frequently enough for me to mention. Little animals are freed from robotic enslavement, and Dr. Robotnik’s machines take damage. The is the extent of the violence in Sonic the Hedgehog.

The classic music, and classic sounds are flying out of this Didj game. Sonic the Hedgehog continues the upbeat music, and I absolutely love the lessons in consonants, vowels, compound words, prefixes, suffixes, plural words, and contractions. I did not find any offensive words while playing Sonic the Hedgehog.

Leap Frog has done a great job in the length, and replay department of Sonic the Hedgehog. Children in the age range really got into this game, and they loved earning points to customize their game. I believe that Sonic the Hedgehog is worth your hard earned money.

The controls are generally good, even though Sonic is a little on the speedy side. There is one issue I have with Sonic the Hedgehog, and that is the springs. I am used to running up to a spring and it launching me in the air. The Didj version of Sonic the Hedgehog requires the player to jump on the spring. This is a minor issue, but one that bothered me. Children also found word game controls to be a little loose.  With that said, kids still had fun playing Sonic the Hedgehog.

Leap Frog has become one of my favorite companies in recent months. They steadily providing ever improving products for families that do good. They do not listen to the pressure of the niche hardcores, and they have been well rewarded. I would love to see sequels to this Didj game.
- Paul


Graphics: 82%
Sound: 96%
Replay/Extras: 91%
Gameplay: 86%
Family Friendly Factor: 94%
System: didj
Publisher: Leapfrog
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated
{Ages: 7 - 10}

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