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I am really happy to see Tinkerbell get her own movies, and video games. Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure on the didj teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication, and problem solving skills. The player flies around solving math problems, collecting items, and helping out the other pixies. Tinkerbell has to fix the Autumn Scepter.

I am very impressed with the graphics in Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure. The artwork in this hand held video game is fantastic. There are a lot of Never Land locations in Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure. The crisp, clean and clear graphics brought a smile to my face. The magical element is very light in this didj game.

Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure has some decent music, as well as verbal instructions. Children will have to pay attention to the directions if they want to succeed. Thankfully the learning lessons in Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure are on math, so there is also a visual explanation on the screen. I did not find any offensive text in this game at all.

Levels are long in Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure, and will keep children busy for quite some time. Like other didj games, children get to collect Blitz points to customize their game. This customization requires a computer, and an internet connection. There are Lost items that can be collected in Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure as well.

The controls in Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure are pretty simple. Use the directional pad to move Tinkerbell around the screen, and then the 'A' button to pick up, and drop items. If you forget what to do in terms of picking up an item, the game has a little 'A' button icon that appears when your character is over an item that can be moved.

Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure is an interesting paradox. Tinkerbell will mainly appeal to girls, yet math normally appeals to boys. If you daughter is not interested in math, then Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure could be something to help garnish interest. I really am pleased that Leap Frog continues to produce high quality learning games.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 88%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 89%
Gameplay: 91%
Family Friendly Factor: 82%
System: didj
Publisher: Leapfrog
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated
{Ages 5 - 9}

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