I had a very informative email exchange with a customer recently who shared great insight on what he looks for in a game and the ways he sees his daughter’s thinking skills improving through play. It’s clear Marcel has passed on a love of brain games to his little girl, and I’m pleased to share [...]
Yesterday, New York Times technology columnist David Pogue shared this very funny, and very insightful post on the captivating hold his iPad has over his 6 year old son:
A Parent’s Struggle With a Child’s iPad Addiction
I think my 6-year-old is addicted to the iPad.
He asks for it constantly. He wants to use it in the [...]
This summer has seen the birth of the iPad, and an explosion of fantastic new apps for iPhone and Android platforms. While these apps helps grownups pass time waiting in line or keep us entertained on our subway commute, many parents and teachers are finding innovative ways to use mobile apps as learning tools!
The Love2learn2day [...]
The following review is from a post by Damon Caporaso, dad of 3 and part owner of BSCkids and BSCreview, websites that provide a safe space filled with fun and engaging content for kids!
Rush Hour for the iPhone – iTouch – iPad – Review
I was just introduced to the fact that ThinkFun has a Rush [...]
The following guest post is by Kim Vandenbroucke, a game inventor and developer, brainstorming facilitator and writer. On her website, TheGameAisle.com, she not only reviews games but also highlights the inventors tinkering behind the curtain who come up with the amazing products. She is also the new spokesgamer for [...]
Press Release: April 9, 2010
Renowned game and puzzle manufacturer, ThinkFun Inc., is proud to announce the release of Rush Hour for the new Apple iPad. Rush Hour for iPad is the latest addition to the suite of Rush Hour apps available across a wide range of mobile platforms. The new iPad [...]