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Our examiner, Rich Adams, first checked A Monster's Expedition 3 years ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 4 weeks ago.
You do this by pushing trees over and rolling them into the water to be used as a bridge to another area. The trees can only be pushed over once, and the order and direction in which you push them changes how they will land. There are boulders that act as obstacles making it harder to get where you want.
There are many different types of locations, such as grass, snow, sand, swamp and so on. With hundreds of islands, there are many places to explore. These aspects of the game create a light and engaging educational, logic puzzle that challenges the thinking and understanding of the way parts of the game work together.
6+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Although very young players may need more trial and error to work out how to solve some levels, there is no barrier to this approach. Generally the game needs logical thinking and resilience to continue trying on a level that seems impossible.
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