Category description: Edutainment is often a misnomer in the video gaming world. Such games, intended to be fun educational games which teach kids as they play, often end up being neither fun nor educational. But genuine learning can happen through play, and some of these games can still be fun for kids today.
After the runaway success of the original release of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? software developer … VIEW
Wolfie's Music Games (described by the author as 90% game, 10% music) is a collection of repetitive and sometimes … VIEW
This game is very similar to Math Rescue but with a literary theme. Supposedly an educational game, this game doesn't … VIEW
Word Whiz is one of the earliest releases from Apogee Software, created by Scott Miller himself. Similar to Trivia Whiz, … VIEW
The objective of Wordmax is to spell as many words as you can using letters from a master word. The game includes plenty … VIEW
Wordtrix is a simple but mildly entertaining game intended to be an edutainment product to help kids learn words and … VIEW
Wunder Book is a learning game for young children. It offers several different games (using the bare minimal definition … VIEW