Tweenies and Bob the Builder Twin Pack - PlayStation

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Tweenies and Bob the Builder Twin Pack (PlayStation)
Viewed: 2.5D Combination Genre:
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Intelligent Games Soft. Co.: BBC Multimedia
Publishers: BBC Multimedia (GB)
Released: 6 Jun 2003 (GB)
Ratings: 3+
Accessories: Analogue JoyPad, Memory Card


There is nothing too complicated about these two titles, now bundled together at a bargain price. The sole complication may be deciding which one to play first!

The Bob the Builder game has simple tasks and puzzles, and a smidgeon of racing action for Bob and his collection of mechanical friends. There are plenty of mini games in this title to keep the kids amused and entertained, along with three levels of difficulty, so longevity is not a problem. In truth, and despite Can We Fix It being a one-player game only, the more children exposed to this in one session the better, as the prospect of junior aching to put one over on his/her friends or siblings is one that parents can look forward to, if only to get some peace and quiet for a few minutes.

Tweenies Game Time couldn't be more aptly named. After selecting one of the game's main characters you will have the choice to participate in a number of games and challenges. These games cover a variety of popular genres, including flight and puzzle, although the missions within the levels aren't too taxing. Although each character has their own world of games, any player can tackle the world of their choice. Each level comes complete with a voiceover from the chosen character that explains how to play each game. It doesn't get any simpler than this. In some levels you must collect musical instruments and make a tune, while in others, your challenge is to avoid bats and solve puzzles. The options are plentiful, to say the least.

Tweenies Game Time hits its target audience perfectly, as does the accompanying Bob the Builder title. Parents, time to go shopping.