Linking Logic (Atari 8-Bit, Cartridge) Fisher-Price Learning Software - 1984 USA, Canada Release
|Publisher(s)||Fisher-Price Learning Software|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Children's Entertainment|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Help Buddy and Betty find a way through the building. Just link up a path from floor to floor- you have to think hard, and think some more!
Getting through the building is tricky. That's why Buddy and Betty need your help.
Build bridges they can walk on and walls to help guide them. Use ladders to send them up and down, springs to bounce them all around. And make sure they pick up the missing tiles along the way.
Luckily, you have your own special helper- Billie the Bird- to carry walls and bridges to just the places you need them. If you plan carefully, Buddy and Betty will reach the bottom floor and you'll hear a special song!
Every game in Linking Logic holds new discoveries. And there's always more than one way to build a path, because Fisher-Price knows that children need lots of room to exercise their imaginations.
Linking Logic was designed by Frieda Lekkerkerker.
Learning Value: Young children are just beginning to learn how to think logically and plan a series of actions. Linking Logic helps them develop these skills in an enjoyable game format. It also aids pattern recognition by asking children to match up different shapes.
Linking Logic offers 4 levels of play, so it can grow right along with your child.