“ Educational / Rating: EC - (Early Childhood) / Published by: NewKidCo „
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Elmo is back again, and after solving all my alphabet problems he's here to teach people how to add, subtract, divide and multiply in Elmo's Number Journey, taking the same route as the Letters game, you guide Elmo thorugh his merry little world where you encounter all his puppet friends and help solve math puzzles. Graphics - Sweet, the colouring is wonderful and the sprites of all the characters look good, the background lacks a bit of depth but it is a kids game! 6 out of 10 Gameplay - Theres not a lot too it, very easy to play and only uses a few of the buttons on the PSX pad, great for kids as it's simple. 6 out of 10 Sound - Not as good as the previous game, not that the previous game was a Beethoven symphony but this one is really repetitive and quite dull sound-wise. 3 out of 10 Longevity - As each number puzzle changes each time you play it, it is a very good learning device for ids, they can replay over and over to help teach them math. 6 out of 10 Overall - As its not really as much a game as it is an educational program it's hard to rate as such, but it's easy, looks ok and does the job so i'll give it a 6 out of 10
Elmo and his Sesame Street½ pals take your preschooler on an exciting journey through a variety of fantastic 3D worlds, each hosted by a different character. This lively and educational game helps children ages 3-6 with number recognition and basic math skills. The game worlds provide age appropriate, goal oriented, learning-through-fun play.