Continuing our series on fun toys for younger players, we turn to GEOMAG Supercolor Panels, an amazing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) based toy set that’s fun for anyone five-years-old and older.
Here at GiN we don’t just play video games. We celebrate games and toys of all kinds. This week, we review the magnetic stacking block system called Magicube from Swedish developer Geomag, which is designed to unlock the creative energy of young players.
Exploring the ocean was never so safe and relaxing as it is in Beyond Blue. Based on a BBC documentary series, this game has some of the most beautiful, educational gameplay around.
The new GEOMAG Mechanics line of toys are designed to teach kids about different STEM concepts. This week we take a look at a fascinating new toy that delves into the mysteries of magnets.
Marvel Hero Tales is an exciting new educational game that teaches kids to read and write well so that their superhero characters can follow along and defeat the bad guys. It’s a brilliant way to make learning fun.
This week Billy is caught up in a short, but moving game called Orikami that tackles some tough subject matter in a great way. Find out how this little game can have a big impact on players in our weekly TimeWaster column.
Learn Science is a new title for the Nintendo DS that makes learning fun for kids of all ages. Given the somewhat lacking educational game market these days, this one fills a need.
Guitar Hero lets you become a rock star, playing a well-made guitar at the right time to really power up your rock avatar. Truly it’s an ingenious and fun game.
Learning with Nemo is surprisingly fun, and a good educational title. Although it’s a little bit short on content, two to five year old players will enjoy it.
Math can be a hard subject for a lot of kids, but The Number Devil not only acts as a great tool, but also is actually fun to play.