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Edutaining Kids (Dec, 2002)
The kids loved the spinner concept and the surprise elements of the game. They enjoyed referring to the map in order to get a better idea about where they were going. Cute Rugrats-esque dialog is featured, such as "don't forget to remember!" Angelica comes in and says, "Too bad, you lost" in a nasty voice when kids lose a mini-game, which might intimidate some players. There are some repetitive instructions as well. But overall, it is an exceptionally fun game. Even though only one or two players can play, it's still a party game in the sense that kids pull up chairs to watch the action.
Review Corner (Apr, 2003)
This program is a humorous and enjoyable boardgame-style CD-ROM with high replay value.
KidZone (Nov 07, 2002)
A good, amusing board game that will hold most kids' attention for awhile. Different ages can play together without any appreciable advantage due to age, too, which is a plus in any family! The fact that kids can get "lost" on the board while playing is a slight detraction, but not enough to dim enjoyment of the game. Parents should help kids learn how to use the scrollable map to keep track of where they are.
A simple point and click interface and vocal instruction from Susie, the Good Witch, makes Munchin Land easy to learn and understand. A spinner appears directly in the middle of the screen when it is time to spin, and arrows point in possible directions when approaching a fork in the road. The mini-games also include instruction and guidance throughout the game. Some children, depending on their age and intelligence, may get frustrated with some of the mini-games, but continued practice and development of skills will help to alleviate those problems. Parents interested in giving their children a fun and educational alternative to TV without bending their children's backs should consider Munchin Land for its easy to learn interface, recognizable and entertaining characters, and potential for creative and intellectual development.