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Monkey Puzzles World Tour

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Test your English in the brilliant new quiz game from Cambridge University; Monkey Puzzles World Tour. Shoot some hoops in New York, join the Rio carnival in Brazil or take a trek through the Amazon rainforest! Unlock new games as you progress - but watch out, the games get harder as you go along!

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This is how eductation should work today. Nice for kids and people who wants to learn english. I wish there would be more of this stuff to show ours kids newgrounds ;)

As a parent, I would certainly allow my child to play this to help her develop language skills. The only real thing I see as a problem is that it is repetitive, but from experience I can tell it's not so bothersome to children when one level (or more) is similar to another. The main suggestion, and possibly the only one, I have is to have some of the problems to have "not" in them. (i.e. "Do you see the hat that is not next to a frog?"' "This is not a monkey or a train.") By the time they are learning concepts such as "between" or "below" or "next to", children usually know what the word "not" means. I think it would add to the amount of thought the child has to put in and help to increase their ability to focus on and solve problems.

Excellent and simple game that has some great benefits for children.