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    1. Second Grade LeapPad Book: Disney/Pixar
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    2. Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc
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    3. Disney/Pixar's Monsters
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    4. Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc.

    1. Second Grade LeapPad Book: Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc.
    list price: $14.99
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    Asin: B00005KIS9
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: LeapFrog
    Sales Rank: 1178
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    LeapPad system's unique, multisensory interface already allows kids to enhance reading skills without making it seem like work. But this book has the added attraction of featuring those creepy (but, oddly, cuddly) creatures from the blockbuster movie Monsters, Inc. While top scarers Sulley and Mike figure out that kids are fun, not fearsome, children will exercise reading comprehension, retention, and concrete/deductive thinking. They'll also enhance their vocabularies and grammar skills along the way.

    It's simple to use (kids insert the cartridge and book into their LeapPads, and use the attached stylus to hear information), but this system is an innovative technology that provides entertaining, effective learning, designed by a Stanford-trained reading expert. As well, the system has been credited with the TMA's Educational Toy of the Year and People's Choice awards. The books are designed to correlate with national academic standards for the grade levels they target.

    Two notes: Make sure the LeapPad book you get is appropriate for the child's educational level; this one should be a challenge for kids up to age 8. As well, know that some LeapBooks work on both LeapPad and LeapPad Pro, like this one, but some books only work with one system. --Diane Beall ... Read more

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars She Love's It!!
    We gave my daughter the LeapPad Pro for her 7th Birthday.
    Her favorite book is the Monsters Inc. There is reading, as
    well as games to play. Lots of fun and learning!

    Hands Down Favorite
    This Monsters Inc. Leap Pad Books is my 6 year old son's hands down favorite! Although he has other leap pad books, this is the one he returns to time and again. He started by playing the games and then began reading along with the story. Highly recommended product, even fun for adults to play. !

    It's a Scream-fest!
    Unfortunately, this is my least favorite Leap Pad Book --- The screaming of the characters really gets on my nerves. Leap Pad has many other books that are enjoyable to play.

    Yet another hit!
    What a great way to get kids interested in learning! My son loves this book. At first he would listen to and read the story over and over. Then he started playing the games within (some are pretty complicated)and now he loves every aspect of the book. The coolest part is that he is reading, doing math, and problem solving all at once and having a great time doing it. I highly reccomend this and all other Leap pad books to any parent who wants their child to learn while they play, or vice versa.

    My 6 year old loved it. To many games on it not enough learning material ... Read more

    2. Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc
    list price: $39.99
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    Asin: B00005NK1B
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: THQ
    Sales Rank: 2108
    Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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    In Monsters, Inc., based on characters from the Disney/Pixar movie, you'll help Sulley, the top scarer at Monsters and the biggest, bluest, most sweet-hearted monster of all, get Boo home. Randall, the second-best kid scarer at Monsters and a calculating chameleon, has shredded Boo's door. Now it's up you and Sulley to recover the door pieces and get her home safely. With more than 20 levels of Monstropolis to explore and bonus minigames and puzzles to play, you'll be too busy challenging your skills to be scared of a few furry monsters. And, if you're in a pinch, don't forget to use Sulley's impressive roar and the Laugh Launcher to surprise your enemies! ... Read more

    Reviews (22)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Sweet Game
    I bought this game after seeing Disney's Monters Inc. in theatres and I was amazed to see that this game is just like the movie! You play as Sulley, the big blue monster who is searching for the lost Boo and you have to get her to safety. You can explore 20 different levels in search of door pieces scattered about which help you find Boo. When Sulley is faced against an evil monster, he can use his loud, powerful roar or his effective Laugh Launcher. After beating certain levels and accomplishing special tasks you can play in bonus mini-games and fun puzzles.

    My best advice is to buy this game for it's element of fun, long-lasting gameplay, and the fact that it is just like the movie.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fan of the movie? Check it out!
    I'm an avid fan of Monsters, Inc. as well as a long time video game enthusiast, and I can say that I honestly enjoyed my romp through this game. Though it doesn't take very long to complete, it accurately captures the fun and feel of the movie that fans of all ages are sure to enjoy.

    The gameplay consists of standard action/adventure fare. Sulley is to find a number of particular items scattered across different areas, including pieces of Boo's door, laugh cannisters, Boo's teddy bear, etc. Find 100 pieces of candy for an extra life - sound familiar? There is nothing groundbreaking here, but it isn't a chore to play as it controls extremely well and the levels are laid out very well.

    The graphics and animation are top-notch for a GBA game, as Sulley and just about every other character in the game are animated very clearly and smoothly.

    Bottom Line - If you enjoyed the movie, there is an excellent chance you will enjoy this game - especially the younger bunch.


    1-0 out of 5 stars Monsters,Inc.
    This game has no instructions in box,this is a new game factory sealed. Very unhappy with purchase.I had trust in toy's r us.
    This game would have been better with the instructions that come in all new games.

    Don't waste your money
    I bought this game for my 5 year old daughter who loved the movie. She won't play this on her gameboy at all. She plays with her sister's Nemo game. Don't waste your money.

    Monsters Inc
    This game is great for the first few weeks but then it gets hard . It has great graphis and is just like the movie. I recamend you to buy it. ... Read more

    3. Disney/Pixar's Monsters
    list price: $39.99
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    Asin: B00005NPXY
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
    Sales Rank: 4388
    Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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    Children around the world know that once their parents tuck them into bed and turn off the lights, there really are monsters that lie in wait behind the closet door, ready to keep them awake. But what they don't realize is that the monsters scare children because they have to--you see, it's their job. So how do they get so good? They go to Monsters, Inc. Academy, of course. And, as luck would have it, this game's just enrolled you.

    Based on Disney/Pixar's Monsters, Inc. movie, this not-so-scary action game takes place in the realm that makes things go bump in the night. Play as James P. Sullivan, a.k.a. Sulley, a huge, softhearted monster with blue fur, big purple spots, and horns. He's just doing his job when he has to get scary. Or you can play as his quirky sidekick Mike, a feisty little one-eyed monster that's colored so bright green just looking at him will keep you awake.

    Play in huge, colorful environments, where you learn to become a top scarer for the Monsters, Inc. franchise. Train across the desert, snow-capped mountains, city streets, and at the academy. Complete exercises designed to hone your scaring abilities, sharpen your scaring tactics, and more. If you've got what it takes to rise through the ranks of the scare chain, you may even have what it takes to unlock all 36 hidden scares.

    With more than 15 monstrous zones, each fur-raising level remains faithful to the movie's story line and is filled with exploration, puzzles, and Monsters, Inc. activities. Run, bounce, belly flop, cannonball roll, and tail spin your way past dozens of different enemies. Perform the coolest scares as Sulley or Mike with 18 unique animations for each character. Navigate through a maze of monstrosities as you try to find and scare small creatures, known as Nerves, so you can fill your Scare Canisters. ... Read more

    Reviews (12)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Fun and not what you wound think
    I got this game for my grand kids.So as for a grandmother I had to know how to play it before thay came over.well let me tell you one thing. Im still playing it and they dont know I have it.
    Well for right now any way.AND IM NOT GOING TO TELL THIM.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great game!!!
    I am a 12 year old. I heard about monsters inc game and i thought: this will be good for my nephew, a 3 year old. I started playing and i couldnt stop. I specially loved mikes scares. Maybe the graphics are not perfect, but its fun to play.

    5-0 out of 5 stars It was amazing!
    This is the ultimate game for anyone who liked momsters inc. you'll be hooked on this game for ages!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Let me see...
    Wow, I gotta say... this game is pretty good. The graphics are nicely done, the loads are quick, and the mini movies clips are neat. I never saw the movie, but when I bought this game, I found out a whole lot about it. First of all, when I started playing this game, I thought "Oh man, this game is BORING!" Well, I thought wrong. The game begins with Mike or Sulley in the training area. Yes, you DO get to choose or switch off between the two characters. Later, you go to different levels of an area to scare these robot dudes. 99% of the time, you are successful unless you decide not to press any buttons. But why wouldn't you? Anyways, there aren't any BOSS levels in case you're wondering. The game is easy, I beat it 4 times, and you can save up to 4 files for 1 memory block. Overall, the game is neat, easy, and um.. I guess quite affordable.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
    I'm really sorry to the person who said this but they said:

    [Quote]Now for the "but"....It is unfortunate that the creators of this game supposed that only little kids would be the ones who would be playing the game. Graphics are clunky and highly pixelated. This is definitely not the "eye candy" most of us are used to from our gaming systems any more. It may not be quite as bad as the old nintendo games were, but it's close. Just because the game is for youngsters doesn't mean the same care shouldn't be put into creating it, especially when it is riding on the "monster tails" of a wonderful and visualy stunning movie.[Quote]

    Now this is pretty wrong to say it was almost as bad as nintendo graphics considering it is impossible to make even super nes flush out those visuals. The graphics are great and the little grey box does have a limit but still with no doubt kids will love the graphics, they are colourful cartoony and easy to follow.
    The gameplay is great fun, it is mostly standard platforming but built up with little mini games and less jumping and all that stuff. The sound is good with hilarious voices and easy music. The controls are great and kids can use the joystick on the controller for a more easier and fluid way to play. Levels are huge which will take them a while to complete. Also everything else seems good enough to do the job.

    It seems like the little grey box hasn't been booted just yet...With games like these coming out monthly it might have a few more years left in it....Who knows?

    -GuS ... Read more

    4. Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc.
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00005NN7C
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: THQ
    Sales Rank: 4677
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

    Based on the all-new movie from the creators of Toy Story 2 and A Bug's Life, this game allows you to participate in the adventures of Boo, who has accidentally returned to Monstropolis, and Sulley, who must get her home safely. Unfortunately, the pesky Randall is aware of the situation and has shredded Boo's door in an attempt to stop them. Will you help Sulley get Boo home? You will explore 10 huge levels of Monstropolis, including bonus minigames and puzzles. A random map generator creates a different game every time. You can use Sulley's roar attack or the dreaded laugh launcher to avoid enemies and bosses. The intuitive control system includes an in-game map display, so you always know where you are. ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not for new users
    My 5 year old daughter received a gameboy advanced with this game for her birthday. She tried playing it, after I read her the instructions but soon became frustrated. For a kid who has not had much exposure to video games this is not a good first game. I had a lot of fun with it but it does not "guide" the player, so you need to be able to read (and remember) the instructions.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My son loves this game...
    My 6 yr old son has enjoyed this game so much that I have to force him to put it down. My 4 yr old has enjoyed it just as much. ... Read more

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