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With literally hundreds of ''click-points,'' these delightful diversions will keep kids busy for hours-and maybe teach them something (how to bake a cake, how to earn money by mowing lawns) between giggles.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
This is a lot like the Putt-Putt games in that they are definitely geared for the younger players. Fatty Bear's is more of the same - learning and making cutesy things. If it is a toss-up, though, go with Putt-Putt.