Let the warty, mangy, cat-eating ALF teach your children the fundamentals of logic!
The game is set into three lessons; the first has the child leading ALF to the Tanner household's cat Lucky, via a route of minor logic problems (such as 3 roads with stoplights, one is green... which road leads to the feline snack?)
#2 brings the concept of "and/or" to children, using colorful shapes. Point out the correct answer using ALF.
#3 involves shape/color sorting according to the criteria ALF gives you.
Alf's Thinking Skills is a fun edutainment title for toddlers starring Alf, the beloved alien from a popular '80s TV show. Similar to most other early childhood programs like The Playroom, Alf Thinking Skills offers several mini-games ("lessons"), each of which is designed to teach one concept. In the "Feed the Cat" game, the goal is to lead Alf to the Lucky the cat via a route of minor logic problems. For example, you see 3 roads with stoplights that lead to the cat. The correct answer is to pick the road with the green stoplight. The other lessons revolve around the concept of colors and shapes. In one lesson, you must pick the right object to put in the box based on the criteria Alf tells you (e.g. "I want green or square object"). In another, you must choose the right description of items in the box from a menu of choices. The game is a lot of fun, and good graphics (by 1988 standards anyway) brings Alf to live in the child's mind. This early edutainment title should help toddlers in your house learn basic concepts about logic, shape, and color - while they have fun in the process.
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