EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt review by Alan
EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt uses 3-D graphics to create fun environments that children can explore using boys and girls riding around on tractors. Players have the option of using a fast or slow tractor. When first learning the controls, I would suggest going with the slow tractor. The control system uses the mouse for steering, acceleration and forward/reverse. It can be a little difficult to grasp at first for younger gamers, but after playing through a few treasure hunts, the controls will not pose a problem at all.
The treasure hunts include various environments that allow the gamer to explore and collect items. Gamers are instructed to find and collect various items such as shapes, letter, words and much more. Timed and non-timed treasure hunts are available. I like this option because it gives gamers the opportunity to learn the controls and environments before going against the clock.
EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt does not have to be exclusively for autistic children, any young gamer will find the challenges of the treasures hunts entertaining and educational. Educators and parents will find EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt to be a great opportunity to build relationships with children. Academics, colors, shapes and many more can be reviewed and improved on using this title.
The most impacting aspect of EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt is that Vision Audio is using video games to help those is need. Educators and parents of autistic children can find encouragement in knowing there are tools such as EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt available. It was a pleasure reviewing this title and I look forward to what Vision Audio has to offer in future titles.