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    The Windows Phone Store has a broad selection of children's games that are a great way for your kids to pass the time with. As a bonus, these Windows Phone games also hold an educational value to teach them a few things as they play the games.
    Sago Sago is a developer who has a nice collection of gaming titles in both the Windows Phone and Windows 10 Store that are simply designed, entertaining and educational games for our younger audience. The gaming collection is structured more for toddlers (ages 2-5) with colorful graphics and simple controls. They seem to focus more on social skills and life lessons than a scholastic lesson, with plenty of opportunities to interact with your child and expand on the game's lessons.
    The developer caught our attention this week by offering their entire collection free from both Stores and for this week's roundup, we'll focus on a few of Sago Sago's offerings from the Windows Phone Store. At the time of this posting, the titles are still listed as free. However, we do not know how long this promotion will last so if anything catches your eye, now is a good time to pick up a few children's games and save a little along the way.

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    10-10-2015 08:00 AM

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