Moshi Monsters: School of Rox encourages kids to use maths to engage with musical monsters

LeapFrog partners with Moshi Monsters for new educational game

LeapFrog has revealed the latest title release for its software offering, partnering with Mind Candy for Moshi Monsters: School of Rox.

The educational music game is available now on LeapPad Ultra and other tablets in the LeapPad family.

Suitable for players aged five to eight, the game challenges players to help the monster band make music using mathematical challenges to boost the Moshimeter and unlock additional characters.

Meanwhile, the Song Selection mode allows kids to listen and sing along to ten songs from the popular characters, with a further ten unlock able videos available.

Players can then enter Concert mode where they will be encouraged to answer maths questions to keep their favourite monsters playing their chosen song.

Darran Garnham, chief business development officer, Mind Candy, said: "This is a fantastic partnership with a global educational leader.

"We are thrilled to have Moshi Monsters on LeapFrog device encouraging our fans to learn important skills while having fun."

LeapFrog vice president and managing director EMEA, Chris Spalding, added: "At LeapFrog we pride ourselves on investing in children, aiding their development and improving the core educational skills needed.

"We are always looking for ways to engage children in learning and we feel the appeal of Moshi Monsters, incorporated with our educational elements, the game will be a real success this Christmas."

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