Posted: 5 months ago, last updated 4 weeks ago.
After choosing a monster you are lead around the park by Queen Bee who introduces you to the rides. Each ride must be woken up by a loud noise (you have a choice of three) and then you can play it.
Games include counting dots on dice and jumping to the correct platform, feeding the correct amount of snails to some dinosaurs, and picking up the right amount of passengers in a train to solve a mathematics puzzle.
Progression to more rides only happens when you correctly complete a level, encouraging learning. You can only play the rides again once you have completed a section, otherwise you are directed which ride to play next, and the games get progressively more complex as you learn. Queen Bee will offer words of encouragement if you get it right or wrong.
Designed for children just starting to learn about numbers, this is a colourful and supportive environment with cute characters and fun mini games.
2-5 year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Ideal for early learners. The very young may need a little help, but it's still fun even if they don't play on their own.
All instructions are voice acted but there are no subtitles.
You can turn the music off but you do not have volume controls.
There are no settings menus or game exit button. You can leave any mini game by holding down a button.
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