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Join Hamtaro and all his friends in a variety of fun and educational brain-training games designed for elementary school children. Children will develop their memory, word comprehension, math skills, and many other abilities as they play through 12 engaging, interactive games. Parents can monitor their child’s growing abilities, adjust the difficulty level to match their child’s skills, and reward them with special items. Hamtato and his friends make learning fun!

• 12 Entertaining games that develop and improve skills!
• Parents can monitor their child’s progress!
• Easy to learn Touch Screen controls!

Available: Summer 2008
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