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I have been playing this game for a while now and it is really fun but there are 2 main things that seem to concern me. One is that the materials for certain missions such as acorns, cotton, sticks, and stones are very confusing. I understand how to get ricks and sticks but there spawn rate is very slow making it hard to get them. Acorns and cotton I have absolutely no idea how to get them. I feel the best way to make this easier is to add missions that specifically tell you how to get things not just their location and increase spawn rates of everything. Secondly some missions tell you to do things but it’s impossible to do it. For example on the second level of the math wing theirs a mission to do a riddle but first you need to do an activity at the math kiosk. No matter how many activities I do it won’t progress. Also for the fashion show of activity in the market I can’t even talk to Dana let alone show her my clothes. Don’t know how to solve this but it’s very annoying Thank you for this wonderful game but please fix these bugs!
I bought the 6 month subscription for my 10 year old daughter. She was begging me for it and I thought it could help with our Homeschooling. In an effort to know how to best utilize the program, I started an avatar and played the games. Here are the good points: there is tons to do. Lots of games, videos and books to read. There are short, medium and long books. Books can be read to the child or they can read themselves. There are interactive videos, and puzzles. The games are split up by subject which is really nice. There are mini quests that help navigate your child around the area. Here are the bad points: the games do not progress with your child. Once they play a game and pass it, it does not get harder to challenge them. The mini quests can get annoying. Most of them don’t give you experience and they can get glitchy. The levels they ask you to choose in the beginning are kind of pointless. I picked the hard setting expecting it to be at middle school level, but it was the same stuff my 10 is doing right now. I’m not sure how long this will be useful to her. Right now she is having fun, but I could see that come December when I need to renew she will already be past what this app can offer her. A major bummer.
I was trying to find I good learning game since school starts in about a week and I wanted to get a fresh start for this year so when I got this game, first of all it took like 6 hours to make an account, then when I finally got into the game it kept glitching and making me need to log in over and over. Then when i finally got to the first quest it took me to the page were I first made my account and it said: ‘sorry, you need to make a new account cause someone else already had the same advert name and they decided to kick you out’ I MEAN THATS PROBABLY ONE OF THE WORST FEATURES EVER IN THIS STUPID GAME IS THAT YOU CAN KICK PEOPLE SO THEY NEED TO MAKE A WHOLE NEW ACCOUNT AND START ALL OVER. So then I made a whole new account and when I saw that you can customize your character I went to the shop and it didn’t even pull up all the closing and stuff, so I just forgot that. And it literally takes like 24 hours to get to level two. And there’s like a trillion more reasons why you shouldn’t get the stupid game, and greet I just wasted two days playing the and writing this review, anyway if you want to get this game then pls don’t and just find a different game for your child to learn on. See ya on a totally different and good learning game.
I was trying to find a nice and fun learning game so I can get smarter but the results of Adventure Academy disappointed me. When I was giving a book recommendation to a boy the chat muted me because I kept saying numbers. When I was responding to him about how much I loved to read, I wanted to say 5-6 hours a day but it muted me on the spot. I qualified myself to the hardest level of learning- but I was surprised that I learned most of it in 2nd or 3rd grade. Nothing was new to me. Nobody I saw when I was playing was engaged in learning. They were only talking to each other and buying cool props. I also don’t recommend this game because there are weapons people sell and if you buy them you can carry them around and potentially pretend to kill people with them. I would never let anyone less than 7 play this game. no school I know of uses Adventure Academy. The players are untrustworthy and mysterious. Once I logged on, I got 2 friend requests from people I don’t know. It is hard to meet up with a friend and many players get left out. There are many glitches on Adventure Academy and it wastes you battery. This morning my battery was 47% and now its 18% I will never play this game again.
I’m actually happy I was able to get a free trial month because I’m disappointed so far with this app. Both of my kids excelled with ABC Mouse so I thought they would with this too. Firstly, there is no learning path. With ABC Mouse there was a guided learning path with advancing to new areas and grades/age groups. With Adventure Academy you’re just thrown into the common area and then they seek out quests. Leveling up is extremely time consuming with very little Coin/XP payouts. The toggle to make the characters move is so frustrating. My kids have had the game for 4 days now and the app has logged them out and crashed 5 times. I was sent emails telling me to reset my password when I never asked for a password reset. Chat NEEDS to be monitored. Most of these kids are young. I like that I was able to turn the chat off because Eight year old kids do NOT need to be in the same common area as teenagers (since this game goes up to age 14). We will not be continuing with this game after the free trial ends. We will try again at a later time. Maybe all the bugs will be worked out and you’ll listen to the voice of the parents because as of now, it’s not worth the $9.99 a month.
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Adventure Academy has 12 744 user reviews.
Adventure Academy is ranking in Education on the 4.
Adventure Academy has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Adventure Academy (1.012.000) was released on Dec 26, 2019.
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Adventure Academy is the new interactive learning program for kids from the creators of ABCmouse! The Founders of this prestigious school have created one of the world’s largest
collections of educational games, books, learning challenges, and more, all designed to help strengthen children’s skills across thousands of key elementary and middle school learning objectives.
Discover and play thousands of learning activities to help boost key skills and abilities across many subjects, including math, language arts, reading, science, social studies, and more
Share amazing experiences with your best friends in a safe and secure environment
Play simultaneously with up to three other scholars within the same account on your individual smartphone, tablet, or computer
Crafted by teachers and early learning education experts with a curriculum-first approach for 2nd-5th grade
Complete quests and learning challenges with your friends to level up and advance your character’s abilities
Great for homeschoolers and learning on the go
As you continue your journey through Adventure Academy, you can also earn amazing rewards for your accomplishments. Hundreds of clothing items, hair styles, and looks give a seemingly unlimited number of choices to customize your character. Also, you can earn your own 3D virtual home within the game that you can decorate with items you earn from completing learning activities.
Trusted by teachers and designed by early learning education experts, Adventure Academy provides a safe learning environment for students. Parents can monitor progress, control the level of interaction through filtered chat, or block in-game communication entirely.
Welcome to Adventure Academy. Your endless adventure awaits!
This app offers two membership options: $9.99/month or $79.99/year
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