Gaming parents who wish to incorporate gaming into their child's early education need to check out the iCam from Comfy. The iCam from Comfy is a motion gaming system for the PC that has been dubbed the "baby Wii" by its creators. The iCam comes with two hand-held controllers, one driving wheel and ten games designed to teach children everything from nature to numbers.
The iCam from Comfy is incredibly low-tech; a webcam and a working computer are all you really need to start playing. This should be good for parents as children are becoming increasingly tech-savvy and are demanding the latest and most expensive gaming consoles at a younger and younger age. Each game has adjustable levels of difficulty, and Comfy also offers up to 100 additional games to download.