For those kids that find difficult the experience of learning
Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party is a 1992 cartoony educational game destined to the young ones (pre-school kids, 2-5), having fun and at the same time, learning many cool stuff. You are put in charge to help Mickey Mouse plan a birthday party. But you will not be alone, the most reputed characters from the Disney world, like Goofy and Donald Duck, and more will join you in your adventure! The kids will learn basic concepts of numbers (from one to nine) and the activities they will involve in will amplify their learning process. For example, if you click on a number, Mickey will perform tasks related to that number, you will get that certain amount of guests, items to shop, or he will count in a manner that will show you the significance of that certain number. Among your activities are included: going to the store to buy a present and party decorations, buying food at the supermarket, and choosing which character you want for company. It's fun to observe how Mickey responds to your commands, the animations are splendid, and the interface is easy to get used to. However, I found the gameplay slow moving. This captivating game is also for those children that find difficult the experience of learning and it's the perfect choice for the parents that want something advantageous for their children's education and mind development.