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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 879d ago | review

Nintendo Life: Lola's Math Train Review

Nintendo Life: Lola’s Math Train, the follow-up to the pleasantly surprising Lola’s Alphabet Train, isn’t quite a game as much as it’s a learning application. In this instalment Lola, the jubilant panda, is here to help kids learn about math, numbers and logical problem solving through various interactive challenges. This is a colourful and cheery experience that’s designed for youngsters aged three to seven, and the aesthetic is inviting enough to win young children over immediately. With the foundation largely remaining the same, anyone satisfied with Lola’s previous outing should find much to like here. (3DS, Lola's Math Train) 8/10

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