A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
The main characters go out of their way to help others.
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Based on the world of David Kirk's book and related television show.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a great software title for young children. Kids explore a magnified world from a bug's point of view, and while there, find excellent educational games to play. The bug characters are whimsical and engaging instead of scary. The software can be played at three levels of difficulty and the games can be played separately from the adventure.
Is It Any Good?
With Miss Spider's Scavenger Hunt, kids jump inside an enchanting microscopic world, based on David Kirk's Miss Spider books (and TV show), to hunt for nature objects and play unique games with fanciful animated bugs. The games explore keyboarding, math, music, spelling, hand-eye coordination, and logic skills and themed to fit within the insect world. Both the activities and the story mode can be played on three levels of difficulty, so the game has plenty of replayability.
Scavenger Huntwas created by Kutoka, known for constructing breathtaking visuals. This software continues that tradition, with scenes full of sparkling water, lush vegetation, and bug characters that are whimsical instead of scary.
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