||(Win98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Retail Box) (ZOOMBINIDR)
||(Win98/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (DVD Case) (ZOOMBINIDJ)
The Learning Company
Ages: 8and up
First Place - Thinking / Logic Category. 2000 Practical
Best Pick - Logic Program. Choosing Children's Software
Journey Into a Mind Bending Puzzle
Packed Epic Adventure
Not long ago, the Zoombinis enjoyed the good life.
Tragically, they misplace their trust in diabolical Bloats, who take over
Zoombini isle. Lead the Zoombinis on a dangerous quest to a new utopia. Develop
math and logic skills on your expedition across puzzle-packed terrain. Each
perilous puzzle you solve leads to another, more difficult challenge. Each
journey is a new game!
Trek across treacherous terrain strewn with perilous
mind-bending puzzles. Learn important life skills such as deductive reasoning,
pattern recognition, hypothesis testing, and more as you lead the Zoombinis on
a dangerous odyssey to freedom.
- 12 Perilous Puzzles
- 4 Levels of difficulty
- Practice Mode
- Helpful puzzle clues
- Parent's Guide
- Puzzle Reformulation - a new game each adventure
- Printable activities - including printable dominoes,
Zoombini bingo, guessing games, logic activities and more.
- Immersion Touchsense - feel the adventure through your
mouse (Tactile mouse and Windows 98/Me/2000 required)
- Algebraic Thinking
- Data Analysis
- Graphing and Mapping
- Logical Reasoning
- Pattern Finding
- Problem Solving
- Statistical Thinking
- Theory Formulation and Testing
Problem Solving Zoombinis
- Captivating gameplay: Enjoy hours and hours of
perplexing puzzles. Lose yourself in all the fun and learning.
- Math without numbers of equations: Solving
Zoombinis puzzles uses the process of mathematical thinking. This process
includes organizing information, reasoning with evidence, and testing
systematically. Educators rate these skills as more important than simply
practicing computations alone.
- Information age math and logic: Develop
mathematical thinking skills that are used in writing computer programs,
organizing spreadsheet data, and searching for information on computer
Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP - Pentium 300 MHz, 40 MB
free hard drive, 128 MB RAM, 8x CD-ROM drive, 16 bit color monitor, mouse.
Macintosh - System 8.6 through OS/X, Power PC 180
MHz, 40 MB free hard disk space, 32 MB RAM, 8x CD-ROM drive, 16 bit color -
13"+ screen, 640 x 480 resolution.
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