Worst Educational Video GamesEducational video games? More like educational garbage! Here are some very bad "educational" video games. Only someone completely stupid & with no education would need to learn from these "educational" video games.
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This is also one of the worst Sonic the Hedgehog games.
When they make action games into educational games = they suck.
Played the PlayStation 2 version. - playstationfan66
What happens when you make Donkey Kong Jr. educational? You get something like this. I don't want to be educated. I want to save DK from Jumpman A.K.A. Mario. Here's something I want to add.
DONKEY KONG JR. -You can play this game!
DONKEY KONG JR. MATH-Don't play it!
Donkey Kong Jr. Math is one of the worst video games I have ever played in my entire life.
My least favorite subject has become a video game.
WWWHHHYYY? - aarond90
The title doesn't sound like an educational game, is this just another Mario game but not very popular.
There is a sequel named Luigi's Mansion but it is only for Nintendo GameCube. - playstationfan66
This game is completely awful.
This is an educational game? The title says different
Check it out on AVGN:Bible Games 2.
It also appeared in AVGN:Bible Games 2.
They don't even talk. Just fluffy balls. A dumbed down Teletubbies.
All they do is float around saying boohbah
A game based on a show that only 1 & 2 year olds show watch, no one older because it would probably annoy them. Ridiculous making a video game. Fine making soft toys and story books for parents to read to their babies. But not a video game when they are too young to play. - Teletubbies was rebooted so beware Boohbahs could be next. Ragdoll Productions should've rebooted either Rosie and Jim or Brum or Tots T.V..
What does the Teletubbies teach? They teach friendship and peace. The stories from their television stomachs have more education. But does this game teach anything? Was this made before the spin off Teletubbies Everywhere which I read was 10 minute episodes that teaches colours, shapes, numbers, simple things for the little ones up and down or big and small and culture. The first episode had Tinky Winky draws a triangle, a tummy story about number 3, Teletubbies and Noo-Noo walk in pairs of 3, Counting to 3 with Dipsy's Hat and the stuff that you see in the original Dipsy's hat, Big Hug.
I thought Teletubbies was more comedy than education.
Yanks learn to spell.
One of the worst educational video games of all time. There are other educational video games including The Typing of the Dead (Sega), The Babysitters Club 3rd Grade Learning Adventures (The Learning Company), JumpStart Spy Masters (Knowledge Adventure), Math Blaster (Knowledge Adventure), Dr. Brain Puzzleopolis (Knowledge Adventure), all 3 Zenses games (Knowledge Adventure), Teen Digital Diva (Activision), Cosmopolitan Virtual Makeover (The Learning Company), Minecraft (Microsoft), Disney Infinity (Disney Interactive Studios), Disney Princess My Fairytale Adventure (Disney Interactive Studios), Disney Princess Enchanted Journey (Disney Interactive Studios), Girl Talk: The CD-ROM Game of Truth or Dare (Atari Interactive), The American Girls Premiere (The Learning Company), Julie Saves the Eagles (THQ), Barbie Magic Hairstyler (Mattel), Imagine Fashion Designer (Ubisoft), My Secret World by Imagine (Ubisoft), DuckTales: Remastered (Disney Interactive Studios) and Diva Girls: Diva ...more - playstationfan66
Math Blaster because I played Maths Blaster. But no one seems to know what that is.
Did Nintendo put Mario into everything? What next a Nintendo version of Hotel Mario?
Spell properly. Not Yank English.
Its Maths blaster. In school I played Maths Blaster. Learn how to spell, you ruined the English language.
Who is he?
Well most people hate the Mario and Sonic educational games.
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