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We and many other parents got fed up with the unnatural stack of bright colored plastic toys in and around the house.The problem is that, most of the time, these toys end up on landfills, as most plastic toys are not biodegradable and do not get collected for recycling.
We all know Minecraft is a big deal – why else would Microsoft have bought it for $2.In a rather interesting feature in the New York Times Magazine, the latest stats about Minecraft are revealed.
Not every robot that comes out of Boston is the stuff of childhood nightmares.In fact, kids can have a lot of fun with Harvard’s latest creation… and learn to code at the same time!
The Kids Game Awards is set to take place this October, airing on the DreamWorks TV YouTube channel.Variety describes the awards ceremony as “an interactive, all-digital show that will let viewers vote on their favorite video games (in the vein of Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards).