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Bloxels Lets You Make Video Games With Colorful Plastic Cubes

My children used to love playing with colorful plastic blocks. Then they discovered iPad entertainment, and there was no going back. Or is there? Bloxels from Pixel Press is a clever learning toy that lets children build their own video games and characters, one block at a time. Read more...
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