Millie Meter's Nutrition Adventure Reviews (Windows)

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Review Corner (May, 2001)
Children accustomed to a faster pace and the ability to hop ahead at any time in a program may find the inability to bypass sequences difficult to "stomach." Many parents, on the other hand, will consider the program’s slower pace a bonus. It’s a chance for children to slow down, enjoy, and absorb all of the program’s clever information tidbits.
This title's focus is more about presenting nutrition information and less about having fun. As such, it is a perfect opportunity for parents and children to play together so that they can discuss some of the topics presented. It also offers experiments to perform away from the computer.
SuperKids (2001)
Millie Meter's Nutrition Adventure is an excellent introduction to, or supplement to, classroom-based discussion about digestion and nutrition. Parents with children expressing an interest in the human body, will also find a receptive audience.
60 (Jun 12, 2001)
Join Millie Meter on a trip through the human digestive system to see what happens to food on its journey through the body. Along the way, you'll meet lots of interesting characters and collect all five parts of the golden food pyramid. Designed to teach kids 4 to 8 the basics of nutrition, this title has engaging characters and a good sound track, but it lacks the high-level charm of other Tivola titles such as Max and the Moon and Alphabet.
I have never been so appalled at a piece of so-called educational software in my life. Millie Meter is so far from educational as to be down right offensive at times, though mostly it’s just an absurd piece of software.