Find out why kids LOVE this wacky educational space game!
TEN ACTION-PACKED MINI-GAMES!
1. Build a Rocket. Choose from sleek and shiny or totally silly rocket parts!
2. Alien Addition. Can you add up those wiggly alien legs?
3. Asteroid Blaster. Count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, or 10’s to blast the asteroids!
4. Clean up the Ship. Oh, no! The ship is filled with floating debris! Put it in the right bins!
5. Sort by Height. Can you line up the aliens, towers, and rockets by height?
6. Fix the Satellite. Oops, an asteroid damaged the satellite; can you fix all the parts?
7. Rhyme Race. Help the aliens win the UFO race by rhyming the words!
8. Opposites. Send each alien to the right home by matching up the opposites!
9. Memory Match. Use sound clues to help find matching aliens behind the planets!
10. Shape Lander. Can you land UFO on the trapezoid landing pad?
=> Ten educational mini-games.
=> Nine narrated “astronaut training videos” with real footage from NASA.
=> Nine narrated educational planet videos with photos and footage from NASA.
=> Thirty-six planet fun facts incorporated throughout game.
=> Fun interactive add-ins: give Grandpa a high five, eat a pizza planet, press the “red button”
=> Colorful graphics, professional-quality music, sound effects, and voices.
=> Funny and wacky Grandpa.
=> Adult can select which mini-games are active.
=> Developed by an Educational Psychologist and parents. Tested by children.
+ Extensive solar system information, including 36 planet facts and contextual information about space travel.
+ 18 key words for rhyming.
+ Count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 10’s.
+ 20 pairs of advanced opposites, such as “strong-weak”.
+ Addition facts through 12.
+ Sorting and categorization.
+ Advanced shapes: octagon, rhombus, trapezoid, square, rectangle, circle, pentagon, hexagon, crescent, oval.
+ Memory: reveal aliens behind planets and match each pair from memory
+ Planning and coordination: use jet propulsion to accurately land UFO’s
+ Extensive space vocabulary, including sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, asteroid, comet, solar system, satellite, moon, crew, helmet, radio, gravity, meteor, axis, galaxy, planet, universe, nebula.