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Common Sense Media (2003)
This exciting mystery can be played on three levels of difficulty, and the culprit changes each time you play, so it offers lots of replayability. The program also provides two mini-activities, plenty of printables, and clickables that reveal information about Chinese history and customs. Typical Scooby-Doo humor reverberates throughout the game, so expect to hear plenty of giggling.
Edutaining Kids (Nov, 2003)
All of the activities are fun, problem-solving games that range from rather straightforward to somewhat tricky, depending on the selected level of difficulty. Throughout the game, kids encounter riddles that lead to the uncovering of printable activities. One game involves testing children’s observation skills with multiple choice questions, some of which touch upon Chinese culture.
Review Corner (Feb, 2004)
Our eight-year-old tester completed all three difficulty levels of the game in a few hours. On one hand, this suggests the game might benefit from more content. On the other, it's also a testament to the appeal of the game!