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It uses the characters from The Incredibles movie.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a great way to practice academics and continue the entertainment of the movie.
Is It Any Good?
All five games are both fun to play and educationally sound. The different levels roughly correspond to the curricula found in second and third grades. A tutorial kicks in after the child incorrectly answers two questions in a row. The gaming controls will adjust to a player's ability.
The only part of the game that was a little confusing was the interconnection between the four individual superhero games and the final "The Incredibles Save the Day" game. Testers had to listen carefully to hints in the "The Incredibles Save the Day" game to discover that they needed to return to the individual superhero games to earn access cards needed to proceed. Ultimately, this interconnection turned out to be great motivation to keep playing the four individual games.
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