Nick Jr. Bingo

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  • Fun and educational for kids
  • Identify letters & numbers
  • 3 distinct Bingo games
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 800 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 29

Review for game Nick Jr. Bingo

Get ready to yell "Bingo" with your best buddies. Pick your treasure chest and play as one of your favorite Nick Jr. characters like Dora or Diego. Choose from three different types of Bingo: colors and shapes, colors and friends or numbers and letters. Each time you play Nick Jr. Bingo, you win tickets for virtual prizes. Watch for surprise mini-games, and choose your difficulty mode in Easy, Medium, or Hard.

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Genre : Card & Board

Enjoy familiar favorites like solitaire, bingo, poker, dominos, and game shows.

Date release

January 30, 2008

Game Rank

3125 points

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2 yrs +
November 29, 2013

My 2.5 yr old really got into this, and was a good tool to get her using the laptop. How on earth do we tell what other games suit the 3-5 yr group?

adventure games
June 25, 2013

i like games i play them till i fall a sleep

best game ever
March 12, 2013

that game was excellent.i can`t stop playing it

Great fun, kids may need help to play
November 24, 2011

Colorful, entertaining, and educational, plus an opportunity to learn or review colors, shapes, and numbers. But an adult?s help will most likely be needed to get the game set up and to help the child walk through how to play the game, especially if the child hasn?t played bingo before. (The game makes the assumption the player knows what to do.) Once you choose your playing card (shapes and colors, Diego friends and colors, or BINGO letters and numbers), then you get to choose an amusing Deigo friend as a playing companion. During the game, another Diego friend will be playing his own bingo card, for a little friendly competition. Both characters add encouraging and helpful commentary to the game, and I think would make it more fun for the child. In between the bingo games are mini-games which are age-appropriate, i.e., preschooler. However, I?d say kids in primary grades could still be playing this game, because bingo is bingo. There are a few minor technical quirks adults will notice in the game, but younger kids should have a wonderful time playing this happy version of bingo!

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