Zoombinis: Mountain Rescue Reviews (Windows)
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Edutaining Kids (Nov, 2001)
This title seems more challenging than the first. Although kids can play individual activities at any of their 3 difficulty levels independently of the adventure, the adventure mode itself is long and quickly becomes challenging for most kids. The box says ages 8 and up, but children ages 8-10 are unlikely to make it very far in the journey before getting frustrated.
Discovery Education (Oct, 2001)
This software sequel features unrivalled educational content that is especially relevant for computer programmers-to-be. In adventure mode, the challenges increase in difficulty at a pace that sometimes feels relentless. However, the program's outstanding logic puzzles can be played independently of the adventure, and they're fun and educational in equal measure.
Tech with Kids (Computing with Kids) (Nov 20, 2001)
These oval-shaped blue dudes are so cute, even your punk-rocker skateboarding teenager will think they are cool! Players become the protectors of these little attribute-laden guys as they bravely trek over puzzle-strewn terrains. Players must noodle through nine devilishly hard logic puzzles to win.
Feibel.de (Jun, 2004)
Preiswerte Wiederveröffentlichung. Eine liebevoll erzählte Spielgeschichte, die den Kopf des Spielers ganz schön zum qualmen bringt.
All Game Guide (2001)
Zoombinis: Mountain Rescue is a viable sequel to the original game and helps extend learning using familiar backdrops and characters. More importantly, the approach is one that will keep children entertained and eager to play more, thus reinforcing the math concepts on a continuing basis.