Video games for babies unveiled

An enterprising US company has invented a collection of video games that even a baby can play.

Kneebouncers allows gamers to play by simply hitting a pc keyboard – and was the brainchild of Jim Robinson (no relation to the fictional Neighbours legend, MCV understands).

Kotaku reports that most of the activities are basic flash animations that animate when a button is pressed, ‘almost like turning the page in a storybook’.

Robinson said:

"KneeBouncers was created for the ittiest of the bittiest. Our goal is to provide you and your family with a whole lot of thumping, bumping, crashing, bashing, smashing, splashing, popping, bopping, wiggling and especially giggling."

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