Yogi Bear's Math Adventures
DOS game, 1990
Yogi Bear's Math Adventures allow children to learn math using addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. Grade levels can be selected from 1st through 6th grade. The games are timed as you work through math problems by selecting the correct answer using Yogi Bear. You select the answer by moving Yogi to the correct answer to the problem. Each problem gives you a choice of three answers. The games are timed as the child works through math problems by moving Yogi Bear to the correct answer. Yogi runs left and right on the background of the house with a garden and mountain landscape – and throws stones at one of three located in the upper part of the screen answer the question posed. Despite the support adapters EGA, VGA, here the schedule is extremely difficult to call quality and nice; music is missing, but some sound effects are available – including even the voice playback of the name of the game in the Intro. In the settings main menu you can select the desired level (i.e. school class, ranging from first – the easiest – to sixth), install the exhaust on the decision time (the timer default is 30 seconds), and change the location of the conditions puzzles – horizontal (on the toolbar at the top) or vertical (respectively, right). The game was released in Europe without Yogi Bear, as Sparky's Math Adventures.
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