- New Study Map feature - to brush up those geography skills before taking the front seat in the games
- New dataset added based on user request
- Performance optimizations
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Ratings and Reviews
The Everglades is NOT in the top of Florida like you have posted in the game. It is in the bottom!
My almost 9 year old is enjoying this, and I have been too. The pop up map is helpful, and the brightly colored visuals are fun to refer to. The road trip activity is good for planning skills also- you must head along your chosen route to the end destination, and if you go the wrong way while picking "neighboring states", you will end up in a dead end- then it is time to start over, oops! You answer questions about state facts to earn a "statehood". I like how the statehoods are awarded in chronological order, in terms of which state was founded first- the statehoods earned are placed on a timeline that you can view from the main screen. This is a fun way to learn about our states- I only wish for younger learners or struggling readers that each question and answer could be tapped first to hear it spoken before locking in an answer, currently you must be able to read independently or have an adult nearby. My 3rd grader is able to read and play this independently and I love that he wants to play and is learning!
Not very good
Not very high def. Cant even make up some of info on map. The animation blocks some of the capitals. I want my money back.
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