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Osmo is a unique gaming accessory for the iPad that comes with games that will change the way your child plays.
Tangram is played with seven geometric shapes, which players have to arrange to match the silhouette on the screen. When pieces are put in their proper position, they're highlighted.This seems like a particularly great game for collaboration between kids and parents. There's a built-in hint system.
In Words, players are shown an image and they have to spell what they see using letters. Osmo includes two sets of 26 tiles - one red, and one blue - and you can play the game solo, cooperatively, or competitively. Osmo is a slick bit of tech; tiles were detected instantaneously when they were slid in the general area in front of the iPad (you don't have to line things up in order).
Newton is the only one of the three Osmo games that doesn't require special pieces to play. Instead, players can use whatever is within reach to interact with the game. Little balls drop from the top of the screen, and it's up to players to find out how to arrange real-world objects so the virtual balls bounce into goals. Osmo detects things like keys, blocks, books - anything that fits within the space - and their outlines are shown onscreen.