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Keep up-to-date with all the latest video game releases! Kidzworld has all the latest games to keep watch for. This week, we preview Puzzle Quest 2, Transformers, and MegaMind!
unsure asks: "I really like this guy but he's got serious dating issues. Mostly he "dates" someone for a month, they break up, and then he dates someone else for a few days. I'm worried I'll just end up another girl on his 'dated and dumped' list!"
What's plastic, a meter long, brightly colored and sounds like an elephant? It's the vuvuzela, the noise-making trumpet of South African soccer fans, and it's come to symbolize the sport in the country.
bbmme asks: "I failed a couple classes and now my parents are making me go to summer school! So while they go on vacation I'll be stuck going to school every day with the bad kids. How can I make sure this doesn't wreck my whole summer?"
Last but certainly not least, Sony makes its Move in the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo!
Matisyahu’s newest song is out in stores on Disney’s Reggae Club CD. Matiyahu’s song is a new reggae rendition of “The Circle of Life” from the Lion King soundtrack… and no offence to Elton John but it’s too bad he didn’t write the original version.
Day 6 ended the first round of the World Cup in South Africa. There was a shocking upset, a silencing of the vuvuzelas, and another game full of chances but little goals to show for it.
If you loved how the modern and mythical worlds collided in this heroic fantasy-adventure, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief Brief, then check out the free online game "DemiGod Duel"!
It was the first time you heard complete silence at the World Cup. The vuvuzela horn, which had previously been a non-stopping sound of South Africa, had stopped. And you could have guessed someone had been murdered on the soccer field to stun the fans… and quite frankly it was murder… murder of the Bafana Bafana
How dangerous must you be to be handed over to the corrupt teachers at Hidden Oak, a school for violent and troubled girls. Kidzworld reviews The School for Dangerous Girls by Eliot Schrefer.