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LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave
Join Merida on this magical quest for LeapFrog explorers and tablets (sold separately). Discover what it means to be truly brave as you explore an amazing world of plants and animals. Experiment with science, deduce answers through trial and error, and use what you learn to make predictions about the natural world as you relive Merida's courageous story. For ages 5-8.
  • Interactive learning game cartridge
  • For use with LeapFrog game systems and tablets (sold separately).
  • Relive Merida's courageous story from the Disney-Pixar film Brave.
  • Experiment with science and use what you learn to make predictions about the natural world.
  • Explore the natural flora and fauna native to Merida's forest
  • Learn common names for parts of plants and animals, then challenge yourself with more scientific terms.
  • Play target practice using physics concepts
  • For ages 5-8 years
  • Made in Indonesia
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LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave
 
4.0

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun for kids (5)
  • Good for on-the-go play (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Great Game

      Glad I bought this one! Thought this one would be fun to get before the movie comes out next month, and daughter has been enjoying it. You do have to pay attention to...Read complete review

      Glad I bought this one! Thought this one would be fun to get before the movie comes out next month, and daughter has been enjoying it. You do have to pay attention to the scenery to help navigate through the game, as you have several quests in an area and have to go back through to find certain objects. I think that is why this one had a little higher age range than Tangled, buy my almost 5 year old has not been having too much difficulty playing it.

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      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      Not worth it

      I think the game itself is very hard- the part where Merida is walking through the castle looking for things.. My 6yo is pretty smart but was getting frustrated because she couldnt figure...Read complete review

      I think the game itself is very hard- the part where Merida is walking through the castle looking for things.. My 6yo is pretty smart but was getting frustrated because she couldnt figure where she was missing one of the runes to pick up. I tried to help her but I couldnt. I actually had to take the game away from her and play it myself for a while to find the missing items. I found that the closet doors on the first level opening repeatedly frustrating myself-there is nothing there after the first 2 items but the cues (magic looking sparks kept leading one to try). On the second level Merida is walking around and the game keeps saying to find Elinor bear for help... but its hard to get back to her and this is frustrating to the kids. It also has items that Merida can not pick up when she finds them because she needs to do something else first. . The learning information (science) was to young for 6yo . My 4.5 yo wont play it at all because the info is stuff she already knows and the game is confusing. They both love Brave movie but this game is not for them.

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      5.0

      Full of science facts and concepts!

      By etheltheaardvark

      from Kentucky

      Pros

      • Educational
      • Grows with child

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

          I am very impressed with this game, it has more of a story and flow than most and a great deal of content. The game plays like an old type of adventure game, you explore areas to collect items that you use to progress throughout the game. There are five levels and you guide Merida through each one figuring out what to do next. Science concepts are sprinkled throughout. You have to melt something frozen... so kids have to figure out to take that somewhere warm and so on. There are lots of plant and animal growth cycle, animal part identification, water cycle, nature facts, and more in each level. Sometimes this game is not the most intuitive but you can always press the hint button if you are stuck. There are many things to find in each level to complete Merida's journal which can be viewed at anytime. The archery game is also a bit more difficult than normal but doable with practice. There is also another mini-game where you have to use appropriately shaped boards to build a path through a room. This game is better for the slightly older end of the LeapFrog age range and it's good to see a game more suited to that. Some parts can get a bit dull as you have to track back and forth across a number of screens multiple times to collect all the items and unlock everything. Also Merida and other character do have thick Scottish accents so directions might be difficult to follow in a couple of spots unless you listen carefully.

          (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Too difficult for my 5 year old

          By Mommieof3

          from Evansville, IN

          Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

          She had trouble navigating the screens, and didn't know what to do.

           
          2.0

          Not worth it

          By mamagnometo2

          from Undisclosed

          Pros

          • Not engaging enough

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

              I think the game itself is very hard- the part where Merida is walking through the castle looking for things.. My 6yo is pretty smart but was getting frustrated because she couldnt figure where she was missing one of the runes to pick up. I tried to help her but I couldnt. I actually had to take the game away from her and play it myself for a while to find the missing items. I found that the closet doors on the first level opening repeatedly frustrating myself-there is nothing there after the first 2 items but the cues (magic looking sparks kept leading one to try). On the second level Merida is walking around and the game keeps saying to find Elinor bear for help... but its hard to get back to her and this is frustrating to the kids. It also has items that Merida can not pick up when she finds them because she needs to do something else first. . The learning information (science) was to young for 6yo . My 4.5 yo wont play it at all because the info is stuff she already knows and the game is confusing. They both love Brave movie but this game is not for them.

              (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Is this it

              By elcorazone

              from Howard County

              Pros

              • Not engaging enough

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                  I thought it was more of a game then teaching my son to read. Why does no e-reader grow with your kid.

                   
                  5.0

                  Brave Game

                  By Anonymous

                  from Undisclosed

                  Pros

                  • Fun for Kids
                  • Good for on-the-go play
                  • Grows with child

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                      The Brave game is great and I would recommend to any parent. My daughter has learned facts on the game that I was not even aware of. For example, the other day she said that she learned that there are over 200 castles in Scotland. So it also gives some history on the country which I think is very important for my child to learn any world history that she can.

                       
                      2.0

                      Brave

                      By KLSL

                      from kansas city

                      Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                      This is a great product for the most part but like others we are stuck in a section of the game that we cannot proceed with. It keeps telling us to do things that we have already done.

                       
                      5.0

                      Since we just saw the ...

                      By Mitsuko

                      from Olympia, WA

                      Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                      Since we just saw the movie, my daughter likes playing this, she's 4 and it best if I play with her. There's a lot to remember. You need to find a key. You find the key but can't get it until you get the bow and arrow. After you find the bow, you need to remember where the key is. Go back get the key and then remember where you need to use the key. Along the way this game is packed full of educational stuff. One of the questions she's asked is, if a bucket of water is left out, later will it have the same amount of water, more or less? So I got a glass, filled it with water, market it with a marker and checked the water mark the next day. Expanding the game into real life. This game is a great tool.

                       
                      3.0

                      Help!

                      By Lisalisa

                      from Undisclosed

                      Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                      I wish I could review this game but I can't seem to get past the first screen in the adventure where Merida is in the room with the bear. Everyone in our family has clicked on and moved Merida through this scene and can't get anywhere! I just keeps saying "Look around to see where we need to go". There are sparkling blue spots but when I touch those I get the same messages. We are obviously missing something but if anyone can give me a little more info on how to navigate this game that would be great. The instructions that came with it don't say anything about the mechanics of the game just how to put it in the system. So frustrated!

                       
                      3.0

                      Alright I guess

                      By Mily

                      from NY

                      Pros

                      • Fun for Kids

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                          My 4yr old was so excited to get this game since she saw the movie. The only thing is she can't get past the first level. She's stuck on finding the bow to get the key. I tried to look for it , went back to the other room but can't find it. Clicked on everthing on the sreen. Very very upsetting. Can someone please help?

                           
                          5.0

                          Love Brave

                          By AdamEricAlex

                          from VA

                          Pros

                          • Fun for Kids
                          • Good for on-the-go play

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                              Comments about LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game - Disney Pixar Brave:

                              I asked my 3 boys, ages 6, 6 and 8, how they liked Brave and all 3 said " It is GREAT!"

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