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Subject: Leapster/GBA Date: 12/15/2003 1:22 PM
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Mercury News Article on Leapster
http://tinyurl.com/zc43

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Leapster, ... to compete with Nintendo's Game Boy Advance SP (GBA-SP). For young kids, Leapster is leaving GBA-SP in the dust. The only trouble this holiday season might be in finding one on store shelves.

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What is really impressive is that the educational content and difficulty of the gameplay adjust on the fly. If a child is struggling with the arcade aspect of the game, it becomes easier. If the child is struggling with an educational concept, the content gets easier and a tutorial appears to teach the concept.


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Leapster is a revolutionary children's product. It is a system many parents have been waiting for, because it combines the fun gaming experience typically found on Game Boy Advance with solid educational purpose.


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