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Windows - 1998

3 / 5 - 2 votes

JumpStart Adventures: 6th Grade - Mission: Earthquest is a video game published in 1998 on Windows by Knowledge Adventure, Inc. It's an adventure and educational game, set in an ecology / nature, history, math / logic and science themes.

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Pearlite2019-11-16-1 point

This game is pretty amazing. It has an excellent story, with excellent acting and good graphics. You get to travel the world and save it from a team of giant robots built from space trash that are programmed to destroy it.
My one complaint is that in order to make the gameplay fast-paced and arcade-style, the educational content ends up reduced to being a glorified multiple choice exam, except you're in an exotic locale and being chased by hostile robots. If you're an older player who has already memorized the solutions like me, the game can be easily finished in a few hours. But if you're a younger player who doesn't know the answers and is playing this game to learn them, it can be frustrating, because the game doesn't really teach them to you. It becomes an exercise in trial-and-error, and if you make too many errors, the game interrupts itself to send you to Tutor Mode, which doesn't always help. That's just a heads-up.

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