Museum Madness was one of the greatest games I was ever given the chance to play in school. The game starts off with a kid talking to a robot. The robot tells the kid that there is something wrong in the Museum and he asks the kid to come and help out.
Now the game begins with you trying to find little keys in order to actually get into the Museum itself. Now once you get inside you have to rearrange the map so that you can choose what exhibit to go to so that you can figure out the problem with it and set things right again.
Now the number and the variety of exhibits are amazing. They have exhibits ranging from The Salem Witch Hunt, Revolutionary War, Robots, Simple Machines, Dinosaurs, Geology, and many other fascinating subjects that really help you learn a lot. You can go into an ocean exhibit and stop pollution in it. You can go around grabbing different documents and then show them to General George Washington in order to convince him that he should help the rebels fight the redcoats. You can go see Galileo and help him make his telescope. You can help build the radio. You have the opportunity to talk to the Wright Brothers and help them make their plane. This game has so many different choices to choose from.
easily the most effective education game I have ever played. It gave me insight on so many different subjects. But what can you expect? You have the opportunity to play with and learn about so many different events in time. If you want to go learn about Dinosaurs you can do that. You can create your own knight and have him battle against another champion knight in a jousting match. This game is something that every kid should play. It will teach them about many things that they will find helpful later in their school career.
If I never played this game I don't know what I would be doing right now. This game helped me find subjects that I would want to actually study and learn more about so that I can someday hopefully pursue a career in it. If you haven't played this game yet then you should play it! You are missing out on one of the finest educational games ever. So please have your kids playing this and you never know what can possibly happen.