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antstream
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83
Feibel.de (2003)
Ein vielfältiges Sammelsurium an Spielen für die Kleinsten mit klaren Aufgabenstellungen und einer eindeutigen Zielvorgabe.
83
Edutaining Kids (Dec, 2002)
Overall, the graphics are lovely and the activities are a mixed bag -- some very cute and others mediocre. Fans of the show should enjoy the game, however.
80
Common Sense Media (Aug 02, 2003)
The most creative activity is one in which children compose music by using the sounds produced by the animated trucks. The sounds are stored in "noisy bricks" which kids place on a wall. The higher up the wall they place a brick, the higher the sound the machine will make. Who would have guessed that trucks can be so symphonic! This CD ROM is a pleasing mix of directed and open-ended activities. The software uses the voices from the popular television show. When appropriate, the activities come in three levels of difficulty.
80
GamerDad (Jul 01, 2003)
If the game has any faults, it's that it only saves the player's profile and how many activities they've completed. Players can't save the songs they created in Bob's Band, or the pictures of parks they've designed. They can print pictures of the parks, however, and completion of the game awards a printable certificate. In addition, Bob's Band is a wonderfully creative activity, but could have used a tutorial about the basics of making music. But in general, for the audience Bob Builds a Park is shooting for, the developers have hit the target and this is a fine game for parents and their children to share.


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