Spelling B: 'Batman' to help you study

MUMBAI: Now, the caped crusader will help you in your studies. Spelling, adding, problem solving, among other activities, will be more fun for kids, in the six to eight year age group, with Batman.

Because American electronics company VTech, which creates Electronic Learning Products (ELP), is coming to Gotham City with a new VSmile game Smartridge.

This is based on The Batman, the animated series, from Warner Bros Animation.

VTech signed a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products on behalf of DC Comics to feature the Caped Crusader in a VSmile Smartridge for use with VTech's award-winning VSmile TV Learning System and VSmile Pocket.

With Batman as their guide, children will engage in various fun, developmental activities that immerse them in a complete video game experience, while practicing the subjects they're learning in school, including spelling, reading, math and problem solving.

VTech Electronics North America president William To says, "VTech is committed to creating electronic learning products that engage, educate and entertain children. Batman is a character that kids aspire to be. He is a self-made super hero whose attributes are a perfect fit with our product features and goals."

VTech's product puts kids in the middle of the action in Gotham City as Batman uses his unique combination of intelligence, technology and gadgetry to fight crime.

The VSmile TV Learning System combines a video game platform and educational content in a system that connects directly to the TV. Children navigate each game by using a handheld joystick with oversized buttons.

Building on last year's successful debut of the award-winning VSmile TV Learning System, VTech recently announced the addition of the VSmile Pocket and 15 new Smartridges to the VSmile library for 2005.

VSmile Pocket, a handheld educational video game system for children aged 5+, offers high definition video gaming in an easy-to-hold, portable system.

The VSmile Smartridge library, has 25 titles and is compatible with both the VSmile TV Learning System and the VSmile Pocket.

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