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LeapFrog launches Barbie: Malibu Mysteries game

Detective style games aims to offer kids a way to learn key reading and problem solving skills through hidden object games.
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LeapFrog has welcomed Barbie back to its game portfolio with the addition of Barbie: Malibu Mysteries.

The detective style games aims to offer kids a way to learn key reading and problem solving skills through hidden object games.

Players are challenged to help Barbie catch a thief and track down missing items by collecting clues and solving three mysteries.

Youngsters will have to identify words to dress Barbie in a range of mix and match outfits while building listening, reading, vocabulary and word recognition skills.

The latest addition will sit alongside a new range of Barbie apps and videos in the LeapFrog App Centre, inclusing Barbie: Mermaid Tale, Barbie: Princess Charm School and Barbie: Mariposa.

“Barbie is an iconic brand whose popularity has spanned generations. We are thrilled to add Barbie to our world class learning library and are sure she will be a huge hit,” said Sally Plumridge, international marketing director.

“At LeapFrog, all of our content is designed or curated in conjunction with an in-house team of educational experts to guarantee the best learning experience for children.

“We recognise that every child’s educational development is unique and continuously endeavor to offer customised learning experiences which parents can trust and children will enjoy.

“This content is key to helping children discover and develop their passion for learning.”

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