Credit unions offer reality fairs to teenagers across the country, helping them to understand the need to understand money and budgeting. A reality fair is a fun, hands-on simulation that appeal to teens while giving them a taste of real-world financial realities - giving them a better understanding of the challenges of living on a budget.
- fixed a few cut off labels in certain resolutions
- updated SCU Grocery codes
Ratings and Reviews
Not Cannibal Approved
Why won’t it let me eat my kid? Not realistic at all. I desire to eat my firstborn, why isn't this a game mechanic?
There was, unfortunately, slim food options for a person with taste like my own. So I lived off of the meat of the ones closest to me! I tried to buy a car but then quickly realized I needed adequate housing, a cannibal such as myself should live like one. I shacked up in the alleyway instead and spent what little money I had to buy the nicest furniture and decor for my windy concrete suite. Also, expensive wrappings for my child Even, however, what the child didn’t realize when he was to stay with me instead of his father was that he would soon be my last meal in the slums. Absolutely scrumptious, might I add. The dog, however, tasted exactly as I thought, rubbery and full of maggots. Similar to the tastelessness of this app. One day after putting roofing over my shallow alleyway home, I was gifted with $22,000 some dollars and decided to splurge on tv for myself! Delightful, despite not being able to plug it in. The simulation, however, very distasteful in comparison.
I would much rather my time not consumed like it was... Similar to the fate of any wondering druggies who have passed near my alley shanty.
-5/10, please Harris, take me back, I promise not to eat our second kid!
Didn’t let me kill and/or eat my kid and blame it on my spouse. Also, some other unrealistic elements, but that was the most distracting issue.
Also, Grandma, your “payment” is that you get to see your effing grandkid. Want to be paid? We’ll see you at Christmas
Good👌but bad... 👎 still good though.
The simulation was very interesting to play, but the problem was that I had to interact with unknown adults including my teachers...yucky. Worst of all they gave me advice about saving money... but why should I save up when I could keep purchasing after school snacks as in the boxes.
Other than that, I was having fun with myself and my child who was unquestionably unintelligent.
Teachers betrayed us... well played.
- Richard Myles Johnson Foundation
- 118.9 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © (c) RMJ Foundation 2017
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.