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The VTech games consoles, MobiGo and VReader, are aimed at younger children and have a more educational focus than the GBA or DS games from Nintendo.

The MobiGo offers a flip down keyboard and touch screen that give the device a game-like feel. The VReader is designed to look more like a book with a flip cover, keyboard and forward/back buttons.

Here are the latest 360 games we have been playing:

Tokyo Mater VReader turns one of Mater's made up stories into a real fairy tale. Although more of a book than a game, I enjoyed reading it though quite a few times... read now

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Tangled VReader is an interactive Disney version of the hairy fairytales. It's a bit short but all the main bits are there and you can touch the words and pictures to see what they mean... read now

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Meter's Tall Tales MobiGo is simple, educational fun. Better than this though, it lets the very youngest players join in with the Pixar videogame fun... read now

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Tangled MobiGo misses out on the story but has very simple minigames so even very young players can play along... read now

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Vtech Mobigo makes handheld gaming robust enough for really young gamers. Although not a sophisticated as the DS, it does much better with the basics for the newer additions to our families... read now

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