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Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It?

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Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It?
Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It? PAL front cover (PS1)
Basic Information
Video Game
PlayStation and Microsoft Windows
ESRB: E (Everyone)
PEGI: 3+
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Steam | Xbox Live

Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It? is an educational kids video game released in Europe in 2000 and North America in 2001 for PlayStation and Microsoft Windows developed and published by THQ. Featuring Bob and his mechanical multitude of talented friends, this game is a mixture of educational encouragement and pure out-and-out fun.

Reception[edit | edit source]

GameFAQs gave Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It? a 9 out of 10 praising the gameplay stating "the controls were very simple to work out" but criticised the sound of the game by saying "the theme tune sounds bit like from 1960s but still catchy".[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. GameFAQs reviews Bob the Builder: Can We Fix It? (PS1 version)

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