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Hb Zooinis Mini 2 Pack

Platform : Macintosh, Windows
Rated: Everyone

Price: CDN$ 27.48
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  • Rules are as simple as its solution is complex. On a board of nine-by-nine squares, most of them empty, players must fill in each square with a number so that each row (left to right), column (top to bottom) and block (in bold lines) contains 1 to 9
  • Enjoy completing hundreds of Suoku games with this software for PC

Game Information

  • Platform:    Windows, Macintosh
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Excellent for challenging your child's brain! Jan. 19 2007
By Robin M. Elder - Published on
I used this as part of my home-school curriculum for my 1st and 2nd graders. It is great for teaching children critical and logical thinking skills. For example, in order to get the Zoombinis from one side of the river to the next you have to arrange them in a certain order according to certain characteristics. Usually, the player is given a clue as to what are the acceptable characteristics. The goal is to get all of the Zoombinis to the destination.

My girls LOVE this game and play it frequently for long periods of time. Sometimes, I have to read the clues given and explain them to the girls before they can proceed, but more often than not they are able to figure it out on their own.

IF you are looking for a fast action, thrilling, whiz-bang, cool graphics game, this is NOT what you're looking for. This is more of a game of strategy and thinking than run around and kill the aliens kind of game. Your child or student will have to be fairly independent to play this game and be able to do a lot of problem solving and thinking on their own. Also, if you're child/student has a low tolerance for frustration, you might not want to purchase this game. Frequently, it takes several tries to get the strategy or riddle figured out before the player is successful. There are several difficulty settings, but even at the lowest setting your child/student probably needs to be at least 5 or 6 years old to play on his or her own.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon T - Published on
We had Zoombini Logical Journey on our old computer and our 6 year just loves the game.
But when we got the new computer with Windows Vista we bought this two-pak (thinking it would be updated for Vista) and it doesn't work.
We had to boot up the old computer with XP in the Den so the kids could play zoombini on that system. Only the original Zoombini logical game disk works on XP operating system. The Zoombini Mountain Rescue game that comes in this two-pak does not work on either of our computers XP or Vista, so it was a waste of money. Hope they make a compatible disk soon.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
As good as it comes for under 11's Sept. 7 2005
By Prof John F. Roddick - Published on
It's difficult to get under 8's to think for long periods of time. My 4yo son spends hours on these logical games.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A good problem-solving game April 4 2007
By RHL - Published on
I bought the Zoombini Mini 2 pack for my daughter, who is 6 years old, because she no longer found her Clifford and Starflyer games Clifford The Big Red Dog Thinking Adventures,StarFlyers Royal Jewel Rescue,StarFlyers Alien Space Chase challenging anymore. She played with the Zoombinis Logical Journey CD for the first time yesterday evening and was completely hooked. A few of the challenges (e.g. encounter with the Pizza Troll) were more difficult than others, but they were not off-putting nor too frustrating, and it wasn't long before she discovered how to apply logic and pattern recognition to overcome those difficulties. The game occasionally pauses now and then, but it could simply be due to my computer and not the software design. Fortunately I installed it on my Dell without any of the problems described by other buyers. Overall, the game is fun for younger kids, but I can see how older kids might find the game repetitive after a while. In any case, my 6-year-old enjoys the game very much. The first thing she said when she woke up this morning was that she couldn't wait to come home from school so she could continue to play her Zoombinis game. The 2nd CD, Mountain Rescue, is reportedly slightly more advanced, so I'll wait a few more weeks before introducing her to it.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Great for classrooms, great price. Feb. 25 2006
By S. Theis - Published on
This game set is fantastic. It is very high interest with students in 5th and 6th grades. The price was fantastic compared to any other site on the net.