View Full Version : Good for a young daughter??
10-15-2009, 07:22 AM
My guess from reading the description is that this is a neat educational video game for kids or something. My daughter is 1 and a half so soon she will start learning to talk, etc, I'm curious I guess as to what the developers intentions are i guess. Thank you.
Edit: N/m I'll just buy it only $9 who cares lol.
10-15-2009, 11:32 AM
now I haven't bought the game myself (yet) and can't say if and when this will be "accessible" for your daugther.
However, a good way to make up your mind is always youtube. Second entry for that game is this (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1D6zkm-KvbE), which would probably allow you to make a decision for yourself. :)
10-16-2009, 05:45 AM
I think the game is aimed at kids older than 4, but your daughter might enjoy watching you play it. I have two girls ages 7 and 4 and they love the game, although the 4 year old requires some of my help to play. It's a really neat game but it is pretty short. My 7 year old beat all the levels in a single play session (about 2 hours). She does want to play it again today after school so I guess there is some replay value.
I recommend the game...it's definitely one of the better kids games out there. See Life Safari and Tasty Planet are two others that my kids really enjoyed,
Oh, and like you said, it's only $8 :P
10-25-2009, 10:31 AM
I'm the CEO of Sabi Games (http://SabiGames.com). We created ItzaBitza and ItzaZoo. Why? because we felt through gaming, magic (Living Ink), and 30+ years fused in on how kids read we could provide a reading practice experience that kids craved.
As a mom, I watched my kid play XBox games and loved them. Why couldn't they play games and after playing want to read more? Why reading? Because reading is really, really hard.
We posted ItzaBitza on Steam because we thought gamers would appreciate the quality of gaming in ItzaBitza. And as the kids played, you just might be surprised as they start reading sentences and feel a mega self-esteem hit.
Always interested in feedback. margaret 'at' sabigames 'dot' com
10-29-2009, 12:52 AM
I downloaded for my 5 year old. He enjoys it but only while watching me play. He is still a preschooler and I think he will get a lot out of it as he enters kindergarten next year. At the moment he is content to talk about ti while sitting next to me.
Thanks for making a fun educational game for the kids, make a few more and I'll probably buy them.
05-07-2010, 04:51 AM
Errrr... you are considering to buy (already did buy) a video game for your 1 and a half year old daughter?
Where did the sandboxes go? Is reading books for yer kids out of fashion novadays? Dude.. wtf?
Dead topic so you aint gonna read it anyways, but ehhh never mind.
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