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Even grandma will appreciate the classic Disney film content from stalwarts such as “Sleeping Beauty” and “Snow White” while the 6-year-old granddaughter can smoke her on questions such as “How many arms does Stitch have?” from the famed franchise.

I took part in a very close, high-scoring game on the toughest of levels with another adult and a pair of 9-year-olds who had a basic background of Disney.

The customized game option also works well to balance player strengths and offer a strength for everyone, leveling the playing field among age and skill levels.

Final advice: Compared to other trivia challenges, such as Scene It! Box Office Smash for the Xbox 360 and Buzz! Quiz TV for the PlayStation 3, Th!nk Fast more than holds its own for junior players. In fact, if the design would stop the Disney marketing campaign and focus on offering more general trivia — I think downloadable question packs for the Wii is certainly not a ridiculous request it might be the best of the bunch.

Joseph Szadkowski’s ROMper Room is a place for children and their parents to escape the world of ultraviolent video games and use that gaming system or computer to actually learn something while having fun. Send e-mail to jszadkowski@washingtontimes.com.