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You might have babysat once or twice in your life, but have you ever thought of running an entire kindergarten? We bet you haven't!

Kindergarten is a fun-filled, colorful and interactive management game where you play Mila, the super sweet owner of the kindergarten. You have to help Mila take care of the babies that get dropped off by their mommies!

Make sure that you take good care of the babies and that you keep them happy. Not only is this very important for the babies, but it will also earn you money! Once you earn money, you can start buying all kinds of wonderful things to upgrade your kindergarten! With your earnings you will also be able to hire people to assist you and increase your kindergarten in size!

Are you ready for this baby-driven challenge?

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I guess I would probably recommend this game, because there's nothing too bad about it. I don't like it how it's just the same thing over and over. In terms of job games, it did seem not as good as the ones where you make a pizza or something. Those are just more complicated and more fun. I think the graphics could be better. Everything looks a bit too fake.

Granted, more realism would probably be scary in a game like this. It is interesting to learn about child care. Yeah, I guess some people could call this an educational game. I know it has good intentions. Not that good, but decent.

i use to play this game alot on girlsgogames.com, it was extremely fun.

terrible

i wish there was and option to kick the babies that would help 00000000000/10

Alright

n. kindergarten, nursery school, school for children between the ages of 4 and 6. So, although they were babies (yes), that doesn't necessarily the name of this game doesn't fit the purpose of it and that's the name of her nursery, not an actual class. Secondly, that wouldn't be good business to just hand a game off after putting a ton of work in to it. After a while it will be free, so just sit back and complain about it for ten years until it is available. They put the demos on to see if you like it and it wouldn't be a demo if they gave you more than necessary to get a feel. After all, a demo, like I have said, is to see if you like the game or not. Do you like the game? Well then! Purchase the game, then you'll be free to play it however long you like. Personally, though, I would like to see be able to know how many levels there are in the full version, what other options there are before I make a purchase. Other than that, even if the babies were a bit impatient, too impatient, I enjoyed the game very much. Good job! and good luck with sales.

No full game, no likey.

I don't like demo games, and judging by the other reviews, I'm not alone. This has the potential to be a great game, but the fact you held out on so much was disappointing and meant the game quickly became repetitive. Truth be told, I think it's a little off that you expect people to pay for a flash game, especially when the majority of them are free.

On a side note- isn't this more daycare than kindergarten?

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Sep 7, 2007
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