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Freddi Fish ABCs Under the Sea 


We love to see 'EC' (Early Childhood) games at Family Friendly Gaming. These are games that help children learn develop and grow. The skills they pick up help them prepare for school. Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea is targeted as ages three to five. Over 15 million copies have sold from the Freddi Fish franchise. So it is cool to see this franchise swim onto the Nintendo DS.

Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea contains fresh and fun colors that kids will enjoy. The various characters animate beautifully. Colors are one of the things that Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea teaches children. Numbers and letters are some of the other lessons. I found no offensive images in this Nintendo DS hand held video game at all.

Atari knows exactly what they are doing in the audio department of Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea. The directions in this DS game are all verbal. This is perfect for this age. Children learning letters have not yet learned to read. You may be laughing at that comment, but I have seen children's games that try and have them read the directions before they have learned to read. The music in Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea is good, as are the sound bytes.

There are more than enough fun mini games in Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea for this age bracket. Children can replay them over and over again. In fact kids can easily get twenty hours of game play out of Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea. Family Friendly Gaming was given a reviewable copy, but I feel this DS game is worth the price of admission.

The touch controls in Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea are marvelous. You may need to explain to your child that they need to move to the next character. Once that is learned the majority of the learning games are easy to understand. I had my own five year old son try Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea, and he only had problems with one of the learning games. He did not understand this DS game does not do anything with words spelled on the refrigerator. He had fun with all of the rest of the games. Spelling was his favorite.

If I wore a hat, I would take it off, and tip it to Atari. I love to see games that teach good things. Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea teaches important life skills that children need. It took a lot of courage for Atari to publish this game, and I am thankful they did. I hope to see sequels to this franchise in the future. Parents can see how well their children are doing on a separate menu which is a fantastic feature. It was my personal joy and pleasure to be able to review Freddi Fish ABC's Under the Sea.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 91%
Sound: 92%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 96%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Atari
Rating: 'EC' for Early Childhood

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