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Mia is an adorable little mouse who lives in the attic of a charming old Victorian house on Carrington Lane. One day Mimi, Mia's grandmother, suddenly becomes very sick and asks Mia to go to the store to get the ingredients she needs to make her medicine. But as soon as the quest begins, Romaine Rat robs Mia of her "Sparklies" and now she must also earn the currency needed to buy the ingredients.Invited by Mia to join her on her quest, the player guides Mia through a beautiful 3D world, solving various challenges, as well as practicing literacy skills.
Mia is an adorable little mouse who lives in the attic of a charming old Victorian house on Carrington Lane. One day Mimi, Mias grandmother, suddenly becomes very sick and asks Mia to go to the store to get the ingredients she needs to make her medicine. But as soon as the quest begins, Romaine Rat robs Mia of her "Sparklies" and now she must also earn the currency needed to buy the ingredients.
Invited by Mia to join her on her quest, the player guides Mia through a beautiful 3D world, solving various challenges, as well as practicing literacy skills. The Mia series features a specially adapted, navigation engine that grants children complete control over the main character, Mia. Many surprises, discoveries, and other characters await, as Mia and her friend find their way through a very special house in an interactive animated story that will captivate children from beginning to end.
A Learning Adventure
Mia has been designed to support the schools curriculum from kindergarten to grade three, and includes nine exciting full-featured literary-skills activities each with four distinct levels of difficulty.
Throughout this adventure the player will develop many basic and intermediate skills and must use logic, memory, observation, and concentration in order to explore this captivating 3D world as seen from the perspective of a mouse.
Spelling, vocabulary, early reading, phonics, word recognition, sentence comprehension, and rhymes. Mias Adventure products have been tested by educators, parents, and the toughest critics of all--kids.
My daughter played the game and she did enjoy it. She finished it over 3 short sessions, but would lose interest after about 30 minutes. Read morePublished on November 18, 2009 by Avid Dad
This game looks great but lacks direction. You direct Mia to walk from room to room but along the way you are suppose click things. Read morePublished on September 18, 2009 by PorkChopExpress
Definitely a game you have to help younger kids with. Adventurous and realistic, good graphics, my four year old stayed up way past bedtime to find the remedy so grandma would get... Read morePublished on January 28, 2008 by Celia
this game helped my child with her math skills. the levels helped boost her confidence.i would have liked the game to change a little as the level increases.Published on December 20, 2007 by Rita I. Defalco
Mia is hard to move and it is difficult to know what you are suppose to do or where you are suppose to go. Read morePublished on October 22, 2007 by S. Mullins
I found this software very difficult to use. It does not have any "Stop" or "Go Back" button. The only way to exit an activity is to hit "Esc" button to exit the program and then... Read morePublished on March 14, 2007 by Andrei A. Lyashenko
My boys are 5 and 7 and they can play this at different levels and enjoy it very much!! They have played it and learned from it extensively!Published on February 8, 2007 by Ron Offer
I did not think that introduction to the game was going to end. I thought that I may be able to skip it but no luck. Read morePublished on January 21, 2007 by R. Norton
the mia series are great for our family. the kids always look forward to playing their mia games. they have the math adventure and grandmas remedy. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by andrea