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We had one of our wonderful readers email us an issue with older Leapster games not playing on the Leapster 2. So we tried some of our older games, and found they were not functioning properly on the Leapster 2. So we emailed Leapfrog and they mailed us a replacement cartridge. Letterpillar is one of those games that we had problems with. I am happy to report that the replacement game works perfectly on the Leapster 2.

Letterpillar has a clean look to it. The little caterpillar eats letters teaching children how to recognize them. There are also spelling games to help with word building. Letterpillar has various colors and can be customized for girls or boys. There is a boy caterpillar and a girl caterpillar. As letters are eaten they grow to a larger size.

The music in Letterpillar is pleasant enough, and the verbal instructions work masterfully. I noticed that the verbal instructions are age appropriate. I did not find any offensive words or language while playing Letterpillar. I really like how this Leapster game teaches children good lessons that help them in life.

Letterpillar has a lot of replay value to it. There are various difficulty levels that allow this hand held video game to grow with the children. At some age the kids will outgrow Letterpillar, but you will get your moneys worth. Another cool thing about this Leapster game is it allows for one or two players.

The true test of any learning video game is how easy are they to get into. Letterpillar has a tutorial that assists kids in figuring out how to play this game. I let children in the correct age range try Letterpillar, and they were able to play. In fact not one of them needed my assistance in getting to the games, and playing them. That is a real testament to the verbal instructions in this game.

Letterpillar exhibits an intelligent design where wonderful lessons are imparted. The main lessons in Letterpillar are Phonics, lowercase letters, uppercase letters, and word building. Families can be assured that their children will be safe while playing Letterpillar. It was my pleasure to be able to play and review this Leapster learning video game.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 81%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 89%
Family Friendly Factor: 91%
System: Leapster
Publisher: Leapfrog
Rating: 'NR' for Not Rated
{4 - 7 years old}

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