We have the opportunity to review not just one game, but three today. These games are pretty much made for kids, but with my youngest being 13, I thought I would bring someone on that has younger kids. Also, I could use someone with some gaming expertise, so I was glad that Tiffany Grote was available.
We were fortunate to review to review three games from OJO Games, and they are quite educational in nature. We got something for the Chemists with Atomic Force, the paleontologists with Dino Age Journey, and astronomers with Space Rescuers. I usually end the video, but I thought that I would just lead with it.
Review of Atomic Force
As you can see, this game of Atomic Force teaches atomic structures, and you can see these players representing protons, neutrons, and electrons. You can see them in some kind of Power Rangers uniforms, and you can then make up elements.
Considering that I don’t know chemistry pretty well, this could be very educational. You can see that my guest reviewer, Tiffany, really like this game the most. I have to admit that this game looked more complicated that I thought it would be, considering that it is for younger players.
If you are interested in purchasing Atomic Force on the OJO Games website for $20.99.
Review of Space Rescuers
As for the game Space Rescuers, it is more of the traditional game for younger players. You know, you just roll a dice and just go someplace. In this case, you go around the Milky Way Galaxy to pick up space trash, and then just get as much before you go back to Earth.
Now, this game has some kind of trivia aspect as well, but very few space questions. Too bad that there is a limited playthrough, with a little bit of an environmental aspect as well.
So, if you want to get in on Space Rescuers, it is available on the OJO Games website for $19.99.
Review of Dino Age Journey
Dino Age Journey is another game where you are advancing, and it also has some questions as well. The objective is to be the first who finishes, but you can add dinosaurs to the museum. So, is this Animal Crossing, now?
Again, we have some interesting aspects of the rules being vague, and how sometimes the back of box tells more than the actual official rules. I guess this is a game for future archaeologists or a paleontologists, not to mention fans of the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World films.
I’ll tell you that you can get Dino Age Journey on the OJO Games website for $19.99.