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LeapFrog Leapster Explorer Game - Jake and the Neverland Pirates

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    Discover numbers, shapes and pirate treasure on a mathematics adventure with Jake and his friends! Solve puzzles to find clues and pirate treasure. Match shapes to help Bucky get ship shape! Pop number bubbles to keep treasure from Captain Hook. Teaches number recognition, geometric shapes, counting, sorting and classifying. Appropriate for children ages 3 to 5 years (grades pre-K to pre-school).

    Learning Skills:

  • Number recognition
  • Sorting and classifying
  • Shapes
  • Counting

    LeapFrog Explorer learning games and apps work with Leapster Explorer, LeapsterGS, and LeapPad 1 and 2.

    Appropriate for children aged 36+ months.

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    Character Jake & the Neverland Pirates
    Age Range 3 - 4 Years
    Dimensions 16.19 x 13.63 x 1.58 cm
    Gender Unisex
    Sub Brand Jake & the Neverland Pirates
    Material Plastic
    Minimum Age 36 + Months
    Model Number 39121
    Product Type Electronic Games
    Type Tablet Software
    Brand LeapFrog
    Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 56 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great game My almost 5 year old son loves this game. At first he didn't realize how to get to the different games so his interest wasn't very high in it. I couldn't believe he didn't want to play it more and was picking other games above it as he LOVES to watch this show on TV. I put it in and played it with him for 5 minutes and realized he didn't understand that the post with various circle pictures were different games. Once I showed him the 5 (I believe it's 5) different games within Jack and the Neverland Pirates it became one of his favorite games to play. I recommend this to any boy or girl that likes the show, enjoys puzzles, or if you want a game that has various games within it rather than just one thing to do. 01 March 2013
    Rated 4 out of 5 by my son loves it My son is 2years 5months when his grandparents bought him the leappad 2 for Christmas, he loves "Jake Pirate" so I immediately went out and purchased this game. I like that he has to count the doubloons every time and he is getting the hang of the puzzles. One con is that on the treasure hunt part sometimes Izzy is infront of the item so he can't find it. Also he seems to accidently press the back arrow when doing the puzzle when pieces are placed so close to it. Other than that he loves it. His favorite is the shape jumping game. Great game. Entertains him for a while. 28 December 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Game! My little guy just turned 4, and he loves this game! He picked it up right away, and was able to show me all the games to play and how to navigate through the different pages. The game helps with critical thinking, as he has to go in and find clues and solve puzzles to get treasures. There is a 'treasure room' he goes to that shows what he has found, and it motivates him to go find more. There are fun characters and little songs, and it really encourages him to interact! My little guy can play this for hours! 26 December 2012
    Rated 4 out of 5 by It's ok My son is three and he likes the series and seemed to be moderately entertained by the game. It's very well done, but there isn't a lot to it; the mini-games shown in the trailer and some stylus-tapping screen animations are about it. Kids can find a variety of treasure maps, which are then assembled like a jigsaw puzzle. Once built, the treasure map reveals a scene and you're given instructions like, "Find three round coconuts." Not bad, but not thrilling, either. Best for a 3 or maybe 4 year old. 21 December 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for Jake fans! My two boys love Jake and this is a great game for them. It is educational and fun. My three year old was able to play the game by himself after I explained each section to him. The only problem I have with the game is that when looking for treasure, Jake and his crew will ask for you to find something they are standing in front of and you cannot see. That is the only time my son gets frustrated with playing the game. After so many taps of trying to find it, the game will have a yellow circle on top of a character that is in front of the object. After you click on it, the crew moves over and you see what they were asking you to find during the hunt. Other than that, it is a great game. I would recommend it to others, especially if their children are fans of Jake and the Neverland Pirates. 20 July 2014
    Rated 4 out of 5 by Good fun for boys I bought this for my 4 year old son and he likes it but I was really expecting a total love-fest. It's too challenging for my younger son (just 3) right now but I'm hoping he grows into it because he loves Jake. I'm happy with this app. It has good games and fun characters but I wish there it was more instantly appealing to my sons with some easier games to begin with. I would definitely recommend this game bc overall I think it has solid grow with my child elements and has characters they love. 17 July 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by My son's favorite game! My son is over the target age range for this app at nearly 8, so I was a little reluctant to buy it. He is a big fan of this show, so we decided to give it a try. We have several games for him that he likes, but this is his favorite. He seemed to get tired of Digging for Dinosaurs pretty quickly along with Magic School Bus Oceans, even though he loves dinosaurs and other Magic School Bus products. I feel like this game was a better value in terms of my son wanting to continue playing it. 19 November 2012
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Just what they wanted Jake is my 4 year old grandson's favorite character at the moment. So I went with it! What I am finding is the character games have limited content and flexibility. You are buying the hype not the creative levels of learning. They loved it at first but got bored with it very quickly. Leapster Explorer offers lots of great cartridges that are better suited to bright creative kids! I am now buying multi-leveled creative learning games like the puzzles, monsters, and ABC Factory. 16 October 2013
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