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Cyberchase Castleblanca Quest

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Confusing game isn't very good.

Game Windows , Mac 2004
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The storyline is difficult to follow because it's presented in a very grainy video that is too brief. The math games all suffer from poor verbal instructions. The screens are not intuitive, so players had to stop playing to access the online manual to figure out what they were supposed to do. These instructions should have been demonstrated in a video.

Most of the games require players to use trial and error -- a characteristic of good math software games. However, in several of the games, just as the player is figuring out the answer, time runs out and the math puzzle resets to another configuration.

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