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Amy's Fun-2-3 Adventure gameplay screenshot
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Shareware ($24.95 (collection of games))
Single player
For Kids:
320 × 200
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Amy's Fun-2-3 Adventure screenshot
Amy's Fun-2-3 Adventure gameplay screenshot Review:  Rating: 3
Amy's Fun-2-3 Adventure is, according to the accompanying documentation, a commercial-quality edutainment game that you won't be able to keep your kids away from. That's a bit too strong of an endorsement, but kids may still find some fun here. There are four games included in this package, all involving Amy, an animated cartoon dog. The graphics and sounds are pretty well done overall, although the voice acting needs work! Three of the four games are math-based, and pretty basic for learning numbers. The fourth game is a music-based game, and probably the most fun for kids. It also helps teach them numbers, but does so using a virtual xylophone and songs they can play by hitting the correctly numbered key. Not a bad way to help your kids learn their numbers, but they will likely outgrow this game pretty quickly once they do.

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Amy's Fun-2-3 Adventure, #683. Added to website: 2018-08-30. All copyrights, trademarks, etc, are property of their respective holders.
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