Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1

Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1 (PS3)


PlayStation 3
Lexis Numerique
Lexis Numerique


Game Rating

User Ratings: 4

Our Review: 6/10


Number of Players
Single Player
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • 1st Jun 2011, $8.99
  • 29th Jun 2011, £6.29

PlayStation Plus Premium (Subscription)

  • 23rd Jun 2022
Learning with the PooYoos

Screenshots (4)

Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1 Screenshot
Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1 Screenshot
Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1 Screenshot
Learning with the PooYoos: Episode 1 Screenshot


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    Review Learning with the PooYoos: Episode I

    Who said gaming was just for big kids?

    Children’s games and PlayStation 3 is a coupling that hasn’t really been explored. Well, that was the case until Lexis Numérique released Learning With the PooYoos: Episode 1 on PSN service. Designed for children between the ages of 3-6, this game sets out to captivate the minds of the youngest gamers, but...

About The Game

Learning with the PooYoos is the first preschool brain trainer for children aged 3 to 6.

Set in a unique, original, funny and poetic universe, Learning with the PooYoos lets children learn in a very exciting way. Shapes, colors, space orientation and coordination are used as the gameplay introduces youngsters to letters, numbers and more in a fun setting.

Specially designed for young children, 95% of the game can be played without having to read anything. Vocal and visual help is always there to encourage young players and guide them through.

Two levels of difficulty are available, with one setting requiring players to point at specific elements on the screen with one PlayStation Move controller and another requiring only shakes of the controller to progress.

Brighten up your child’s learning time with Learning with the Pooyoos!

  • Designed to focus on key areas of knowledge, including reading, writing and arithmetic
  • Discover a colourful and original game universe designed for children aged 3-6
  • Vocal instructions make it easy for children to play even if they can’t yet read