Summary: This game takes some getting used to. You should set the controls to semi-auto transmission so you can down shift to make some of the tight corners. Word to the wise. It's a good game. I would recommend it.I gave it to my nephew as a gift and he figured it out! But that tranny trick will definately help!
Summary: I love this game! I play with my granddaughter for hours, crashing, going off the road, the wrong way, leaving pieces of our Ferrari's on the track. Eventually we'll get the hang of it but having a great time doing it.
Summary: My granddaughter and I play this game and were surprised on how much we learned. At first oh no an educational game, but once we started we enjoyed finding out how much we really know about the world.
Summary: Thought this might be a great game for my nephew and I to play. The game wasn't quite what I expected and my nephew didn't enjoy playing it. There is a lot of info and things to learn but I believe that it isn't thought out well enough to keep my attention.
Summary: We originally got this game to help our daughter study for her school's geography bee, but we've ended up using it just as much after the bee. We play in easy mode when we are playing with the kids (8 and 11) but then harder mode when it is just the adult. In addition to having basic geography questions, there are also video clips teaching you about geography and other interesting images. You can play with up to 4 players and you can do a short game or a longer one.
Summary: This "game" is a bunch of multiple choice quiz questions and infuriating jig-saw picture puzzles that nobody in the family has been able to get to work at all. We expected video learning, narrative content, and interactive games that actually teach - instead I feel like we just wasted $20.