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All in all, if you want to teach your kid about the solar system, or you're trying to find a game that's simple enough for your child to understand yet fun to play on your Genesis, then Magical School Bus is the one. It's not repetitive like most other Sega Club games, it's not boring, it's lengthy, it teaches kids something, and it features cartoon characters. What more could you want from a Sega Club game? And since most of the games cater to all ages, you'll be able to play along with your child and have almost as much fun as they will.
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Many of the brain teasers and factoids are just too advanced for little kids, and the graphics of smiling teachers and freckle-faced school children are enough to make teens and adults to kick the screen in. "flight simulator" mode is kinda nifty, though.