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19 ’90s Computer Games That Made Learning Unbelievably Fun

Real talk: I think learning is always fun. (Yes, I am absolutely a Ravenclaw. Why do you ask?) But when it’s a literal game? Then it’s even better, especially when you’re a kid. That’s probably why there were so dang many fantastic '90s educational computer games — the rise of home computing (and, by extension, the rise of computing in the classroom) during the s opened up a new world of possibilities, including tons of ways to make learning a blast for up-and-coming generations. And you know what? These games are still fun. (Yes, I say that as a fully grown adult.)

A lot of theeducational computer games from the ’90s were originally developed and released long before the decade began, which could be why many '80s babies hold a certain degree of fondness for them; many actually dated back to the decade in which we were born. Some were part of long-running series, while still more of them received a number of remakes and reboots as technology improved. Though the graphics on the computer games from the ’90s may be laughable now, just remember — once upon a time, they were considered the pinnacle of technological achievement.

So, in the spirit of nostalgia, here are 15 ’90s-era computer games that made learning incredibly fun. Most are available to play on the internet now, so in those cases, I’ve also included links to where you can find them — frequently either an app store or the Internet Archive’s glorious collection of browser-based, emulated DOS games.

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1. Number Munchers and Word Munchers

The Munchers series was created by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium — or, under a name with which you might be more familiar, MECC. I don’t know about you, but I have vivid memories of seeing those four letters scrawled across a huge number of the educational games I played at school. I mean, there’s even a Reddit thread called “Number Munchers is what computer time was all about.”

The Munchers series' conceit was simple: They taught kids the basics of math and grammar. Number Munchers was originally released in for the Apple II, while Word Munchers had arrived a few years earlier in Gameplay-wise, both series functioned kind of like a turn-based version of Pac-Man; the object was to “eat” all of the numbers or words that correspond to the instructions on the screen (multiples of five, etc.) without getting caught by a Troggle.

What exactly are Troggles? No idea, but they're insatiable.

2. Math Blaster!

The original Math Blaster! was released in by the now-defunct developer Davidson & Associates, but it wasn’t until the ’90s rolled around that the series really hit its stride. Between and , a whopping 20 games were released in the Blaster Learning System — and somewhat astonishingly, a few more follow-ups trickled out between and Math wasn't the only subject addressed by the series; Reading Blaster!, for example,taught language arts. A Science Blaster! Jr. was also released at one point, but due to lack of popularity, it was the only entry in the series to tackle science-based topics.

Math Blaster! is available to play online now; additionally, a bunch of ports of the math-teaching game arrived as Android apps in October of , so the series appears to be alive and well, if somewhat frozen in time.

3. Scooter’s Magic Castle

Like many early computer games, Scooter’s Magic Castle consisted of a relatively large environment full of what we now call mini-games. Released under Electronic Arts’ EA*Kids umbrella in , the game involved players either assuming the role of or simply helping out an elf-like creature wearing a blue tunic, red sneakers, and a red baseball cap turned backwards (the '90s!) as they worked their way through a variety of activities. These activities were designed to teach everything from problem-solving to typing; you could even make terrible MIDI music by jumping up and down a set of colorful stairs.

Scooter's Magic Castle also has a super earworm-y theme song, so if you now have it stuck in your head for the rest of the day… sorry. My bad.

4. The Carmen Sandiego Series

No list of educational ‘90s computer games would be complete without an appearance by this mysterious, trench-coated criminal mastermind. The four major entries in the series — Where in the World, Where in the U.S.A., Where in Europe, and Where in Time — were all first released by Broderbund between and ; the deluxe versions of Where in the World and Where in the U.S.A., however, came along in and , and as a result, it’s those versions that most ’90s kids remember so fondly. There was no better way to learn geography — and hey, Where in the World deluxe is playable at the Internet Archive, so it looks like I just figured out what I’m doing with myself this weekend.

Fun fact: A Facebook version of Where in the World was available to play in ; I’m not sure how I missed it, but it stuck around until

5. Kindercomp

I’m really dating myself here, but Kindercomp is probably the first computer game I remember playing. Initially released in by Spinnaker Software Corporation, it was exactly the kind of game that appealed to very young children: It consisted of six mini-games that taught kids their way around a keyboard by having them draw pictures, match pairs, and other do simple activities. The one I remember is the version, but the Internet Archive has a whole bunch of ’em available, so knock yourselves out. If you have a kid in your life who's around 3 years old, it might be a fun time to play with them!

6. Mario Teaches Typing

As a child in a house full of gamers, naturally I adored Mario Teaches Typing, which first hit the scene in the early '90s. One of a number of educational Mario games released between and , it put the pixelated plumber to good work teaching us how to type. Hitting the correct key would prompt Mario to hit blocks, jump on Koopa Troopas, and more. Nintendo had almost no hand in the development of these games (a far cry from the tight hold the company tends to keep on the reins of its properties nowadays), but they proved popular all the same.

7. Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing

Mario was second perhaps only to Mavis Beacon in the world of beloved typing programs — and what’s more, it’s still around: The first version debuted in , and it has remained in production, continuing to get new and improved updates, pretty much ever since. You can download it for free right now if you’d like.

I was, by the way, absolutely devastated to learn recently that Mavis Beacon isn’t a real person. She was invented to give a face to the program in an era when human people weren't regularly associated with computer and video games. 's The Chessmaster had shown how effective putting a real person on the cover of a computer game could be; the wizard on the box was played by actor Will Hare. Mavis became the next incarnation of this strategy, as depicted by Renee L'Esperance.

8. 3D Dinosaur Adventure

Launched by Knowledge Adventure in , 3D Dinosaur Adventure was little more than a glorified encyclopedia specializing in what we knew about dinosaurs at the time (much of which has since been determined to have been terribly, terribly wrong, even if the brontosaurus did make a triumphant comeback in ). That didn’t matter, though, because dinosaurs.

Also contained within 3D Dinosaur Adventure was a mini-game called "Save The Dinosaurs" — which, to be perfectly honest, was downright terrifying. It required players to make their way through a series of maze-like hallways to find and rescue 15 types of dinosaurs before time ran out — and by "before time ran out," I mean "before the comet that wiped out all of the dinosaurs crashed into the Earth, while you and the dinos were still on the planet."

No pressure.

9. Odell Lake

Like the Munchers series, Odell Lake was created by MECC and therefore a fixture for many an elementary school computer lab. It debuted in the early s, but it stuck around for long after that; it’s why so many of us ’90s kids remember playing it when we were young.

In all honesty, it wasn’t really that exciting — all you did was swim around as a fish, trying to figure out whether you should eat, ignore, or run away from every other fish you encountered. I’m also not totally clear on why this was classified as an educational activity; Giant Bomb suggests it taught kids about food chains and predator/prey relationships, but I clearly did not get that takeaway from it. But hey, I suppose survival skills are important, too, right?

Odell Lake is a real place, by the way; it’s in Oregon. Just, y’know, FYI.

Reader Rabbit

You know the old saying, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it? That’s pretty much the Reader Rabbit series in a proverbial nutshell: It’s so effective at teaching kids to read and write that it’s survived all the way since the first game launched in There's a huge list of Reader Rabbit titles scattered throughout educational computing history; at the series' height in the late '90s, six to seven titles in the line were being released each year. The output has since tapered off, of course, but the remarkable thing is that it's still around.

The last major PC release for a Reader Rabbit game was in , but a number of titles have debuted since then as iOS apps. Many of the games are also, of course, available to play online courtesy of the Internet Archive.

Mixed-Up Mother Goose

Mixed-Up Mother Goose didn't have a ton of replay value; the point was to sort out all of the nursery rhymes that had gotten "mixed up" and put them back in order, so after you did that once, your work there was done. However, the world in which the game existed was so delightful that I played it over and over again as a small child. Released by Sierra in , with a handful of remakes appearing at regular intervals throughout the ’90s, it was a point-and-click adventure game that encourages problem-solving; it also gets bonus points for having tons of relatively diverse avatar options — something which was even rarer back then than it is now.

Super Solvers: Treasure Mountain

I’ll be honest: I actually have no recollection of playing ’s Treasure Mountain, Treasure Cove, or any of the other Treasure titles in this series. Many other people seem to remember these games fondly, though, so I think they deserve an inclusion here. Like many educational games, 's Treasure Mountain — a creation of The Learning Company, like the Reader Rabbit series — involved solving riddles that led you to keys that unlocked each successive level. You also collected treasure as you went, returning it to the chest at the top of the titular mountain once you got there. A prize was awarded for depositing the treasure back into the chest.

Treasure Mountain and Treasure Cove both focused on general reading comprehension and basic math skills; however, other entries in the Super Solvers series tackled more specialized skill sets, including deductive reasoning and logic.

The Dr. Brain Series

Admittedly, I never played the fourth game in Sierra On-Line's long-running Dr. Brain series, and I wasn’t a big fan of the third — but the first two? Classic. The Castle of Dr. Brain, released in , and the follow-up, ’s The Island of Dr. Brain, was a step up from a lot of the other puzzle-solving games out there; they were geared toward slightly older kids, so there was more to each puzzle than simply picking a matching shape or selecting the next number in a sequence. We’re talking about intense logic puzzles that might stump even some adults.

Sierra merged with another educational game company, Bright Star Technology, following the release of The Island of Dr. Brain; the franchise was then handed over to a team from Bright Star, which might explain why 's The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain and 's The Time Warp of Dr. Brain were so different from the first two entries in the series.

Eagle Eye Mysteries

Like Scooter’s Magic Castle,’s Eagle Eye Mysteries and ’s Eagle Eyes Mysteries in London came to us courtesy of the now sadly defunct EA* Kids division of Electronic Arts. Unlike Scooter’s Magic Castle, though, they were meant for an older crowd. The games followed siblings Jake and Jennifer Eagle as they solved mysteries throughout first their hometown, then in London — not unlike a modernized, digital version of Encyclopedia Brown. If you were a pint-size fan of whodunnits, this was the game for you; it helped you learn how to piece together different pieces of information until a complete picture emerged.

Oregon Trail

Ah, yes: Oregon Trail, the game responsible for countless cases of dysentery, many drownings of oxen who tried and failed to ford the river, and a plethora of memes. For anyone who grew up playing it, it's the gift that keeps on giving.

Speaking of people who grew up playing it, perhaps an unexpectedly large swathe of the population falls into this category. Originally developed in and launched by MECC in , roughly 20 versions of the game have been released since then — the most of which, believe it or not, arrived in as a handheld game similar to the Tiger Electronics games a lot of '80s kids grew up playing. Ostensibly, it taught kids what it was like to travel the Oregon Trail in a covered wagon in ; practically speaking, though, it mostly taught us about frustration.

Putt-Putt Travels Through Time

Putt-Putt Travels Through Time could solely be responsible for your history knowledge today. The game was released in but is the fourth of seven games published by Humongous Entertainment in the “Putt-Putt” series. Any child of the ’90s remembers aiding Putt-Putt on his time travel adventure to find his history report, calculator, lunchbox, and his adorable puppy Pep. Kids of the ’90s will also remember the, shall I say, repetitivetheme song: “Putt-Putt Travels Through TIIIIIIIIIIIIME" instantly in my head,” as one user puts it on Reddit.

Lemonade Stand

The Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC) is credited for creating this iconic business simulator game that inspired every ’90s kid to dream of becoming the most successful lemonade stand entrepreneur out there.

Although it was released in the ’70s, the game made a name for itself and carried well on into the ’90s. If you want to relive that nostalgia that was Lemonade Stand, a Reddit user recommends playing a similar Lemonade Stand game on Cool Math Games, here.

Freddi Fish

I don’t know about you, but after playing Freddi Fish as a kid I had a newfound love of the ocean and, therefore, would nag my mother to take me to the beach. Freddi, the yellow fish, and Luther, her green fish friend, go on detective missions through all of the wonders of the ocean. Children had a chance to learn about vibrant coral reefs, sea caves, fish species, and so much more.

Freddi Fish was re-released on Steam, a gaming library, and one Reddit millennial described it as “a whole nostalgia adventure and it was just as great as [they] remember it being.”

Pajama Sam

Pajama Sam may not be an overly educational ’90s computer game, it did in fact teach kids to conquer their fears. Not only did Sam conquer his fear of the dark, but the character also offered other adventure and puzzle games. The developer and publisher, Humongous Entertainment, won more than 40 awards of excellence for it, and it became an iconic ‘90s game.

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Video games often get a bad rap. Some of that criticism may be deserved (many don't exactly encourage kids to get active), but video games aren't all bad. In fact, there are a number that are pretty darn educational and can help students young and old learn new things, develop problem-solving skills, and get creative, all while having a really great time. Many schools have already gotten on board with educational video games and homeschoolers can do the same. Here are some great games to try out that present quality educational content in a fun format that students from kindergarten to high school will love.

Gaming Platform

These video games for Wii, Xbox, and Playstation will get your kids loving the learning process.

  1. My Word Coach: Available for both Wii and Nintendo DS, this linguist-developed game will help students improve their verbal communication skills through six different fun, word-related games. Even better, the game comes complete with a built-in dictionary loaded with over 17, words.
  2. uDraw Studio: Instant Artist: Help your young learner embrace his or her creative size with this game and drawing device. Players can engage with built in games (using custom-designed avatars and settings) or just get busy creating their own masterpieces.
  3. Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster: Geared toward younger learners, this video game brings Sesame Street favorites like Elmo and Cookie Monster together to read kids stories and get them engaged and moving through a series of fun and physical games.
  4. Smarty Pants: Even parents will enjoy playing this trivia game from Electronic Arts. Similar to Trivial Pursuit, the game quizzes players on a variety of topics from history, to science, to sports, challenging players to come up with right answers and to show off their skills.
  5. Reader Rabbit: The Reader Rabbit series has reading-related educational games that touch a variety of learning levels and topics. The one we've linked to here is for second graders, but there are others for lower and higher grades. All get kids involved in reading through a series of fun mini-games.
  6. National Geographic Challenge: Bolster your kids' geographic knowledge with the help of this fun Xbox game, which allows players to quiz themselves, complete puzzles, or explore the world.
  7. Escape Adventure Island: This Jump Start title is one of many the company offers on the Wii platform. Through it, young learners engage with a 3D environment that helps them to practice math, reading, and critical thinking skills, earning virtual rewards as they go.
  8. Storybook Workshop: This bargain-priced Wii game is perfect for youngsters who are just learning how to read. It features 16 different fairy tales that kids can listen to or perform, songs you can sing, and even the capability to record your little ones reading the stories.
  9. LittleBIGPlanet 2: LittleBIGPlanet not only boasts some amazing graphics, but it is also a great game for getting kids to develop problem solving skills. Players navigate through a rich landscape, finding objects along the way, many of which can be used to solve puzzles that will challenge young minds.
  10. Portal 2: Instead of having players shoot their way to victory like many games do, in Portal 2 players have to use their wits to escape Aperture Laboratories and challenge the power-mad robot at the heart of the story. Ranked as one of the best games of all time, it's a memorable and mentally challenging experience that players won't soon forget.
  11. Brain and Body Connection: Encourage students to push not only their minds but also their bodies in this game that pushes them to excel in both areas. Kids can play individually or you can all play together as a family.

Handheld Devices

Nintendo and Playstation handheld devices get an educational upgrade with these games.

  1. Big Brain Academy: Big Brain Academy, a Nintendo DS game, asks players to take on a number of different kinds of challenges which are timed. Essentially, it's a workout for the brain, designed to challenge players of all ages.
  2. Magic School Bus Oceans: This is just one of many Magic School Bus games out there, all of which can be amazing ways for young learners to have fun while surreptitiously being educated. In this game, kids will explore the ocean through a series of lessons and seven different educational games.
  3. BrainQuest: Geared towards grades three and four, this game poses more than 6, questions to players. There's action as well as puzzles, and the two are combined in a way that will make kids reluctant to put down the game.
  4. Spelling Challenges: If your students are in need of some help with spelling, this game could be a fun way to get them to practice. It contains more than 25, words at different levels and engages players through 11 different games.
  5. Book Worm: Reading, spelling, and other language skills are tested in this fun Nintendo DS game. A wealth of word puzzle games will keep kids smiling as they build their own virtual libraries within the game.
  6. Animal Genius: Animals are fascinating to young learners and this game capitalizes on that. There are five mini-games to play, each focusing on a different habitat, that will quiz kids on their knowledge of all things animal-related.
  7. Learn Science: Filled with fun mini-games, this title for the Nintendo DS is a great way to help kids practice their science knowledge. There are different game modes and difficulty levels that will extend play to a wide range of learners.
  8. Brain Age: Parents and kids alike will love using this application to train their brains and become a mental athlete. From math to logic to word problems, there are numerous challenges that will help learners in every aspect of their education. A series of games and tests will help students build the knowledge they need to ace the test, and it just might even be fun to do.
  9. futureU: Homeschooled kids getting ready to head to college? You may want to invest in this game (it's relatively cheap, so it's not really much of an investment), which helps prep students for the SAT.
  10. Drawn to Life: Want to help your budding young artist, animator, or creative type embrace his or her talents? This game can be a great way to do so. It allows players to make a drawing which will be brought to life and used to play a series of fun and entertaining games as they fight to bring back an imperiled village.

Computer

Power up your PC or Mac for some learning fun when you invest in these amazing educational games.

  1. SimCity: This classic game isn't just fun. It also teaches invaluable lessons about city planning, environmental impact, and even natural disasters.
  2. Spore: Your homeschool students can get excited about evolution by playing this game that takes them through single-celled organisms all the way up to space exploration and colonization. Players slowly design their own creatures, adding traits and behaviors along the way that will help or hinder their survival as they evolve. It's fun, addictive, and sneakily educational.
  3. Nancy Drew: Encourage your kids to hone their critical thinking and problem-solving skills by playing this fun PC game that challenges them to solve a mystery as girl detective Nancy Drew.
  4. ItzaBitza: In ItzaBitza, drawings come to life. Not only that, but it's also designed to help early readers boost their skills, offering both amazing creativity, confidence building, and language skills.
  5. Crazy Machines: The Wacky Contraptions Game: Build creative machines, test your contraptions, and put them to work in this imaginative game that teaches the basics of physics, electricity, gravity, and particle effects.
  6. Brainiversity: This Windows-based game will help you and your kids keep your brains fit and healthy by testing them through mental training sessions. Mini-games cover language, memory, math, and analysis; all valuable skills to have in any academic endeavor.
  7. Civilization: What makes one civilization thrive while another dies? Players will learn just that as they build their own empires in this classic game. The game offers lessons in strategy, ancient and modern cultures, and the fundamentals of human society; a great accompaniment to history lessons.
  8. Hearing Music: Give students ages a fun way to boost hearing skills and learn more about music by supplying them with this fun game-based learning method.

Online

These online educational games and resources are making a splash with parents and school districts alike.

  1. Gamestar Mechanic: You can help your video game-loving kid to embrace tech skills through this game, which allows young players to design and build their own video games.
  2. Math Blaster: One of the most widely used math games out there, this free game will make learning math more fun than ever for your young learners.
  3. Quest Atlantis: A popular choice at schools across the country, this educational gaming environment immerses upper elementary and middle school kids in lessons on everything from science to social issues.
  4. Whyville: Through Whyville, kids can create an avatar, play educational games, hang out with friends, and have fun while doing it!
  5. Minecraft: Minecraft isn't just an educational game, it's become a nationwide phenomenon. As this Slate piece discusses, the addictive game has captivated students and parents alike. Why? It inspires creativity and problem solving while also being just, well, fun.
  6. Manga High: Math gets a fun makeover on this site, focusing on game-based learning for students at a wide range of levels. Basic games are free, but the full suite will cost you.
  7. 20Q: The online version of 20 Questions, this site can be used to help students think and reason.
  8. Ology: Created by the Museum of Natural History, this game-filled site is an excellent resource for lessons in astronomy, biodiversity, genetics, paleontology, and more.
  9. Gamequarium: This site is full of learning-based games that focus on a wide range of skills and topics. From number games for kindergartners to Spanish help for middle schoolers, and even a special section for homeschoolers.
  10. FunBrain: There are dozens of learning games on this site that kids will love to play and you'll love for them to learn from. Reading Arcade, Math Baseball, and Grammar Gorillas are just a few that will become instant classics in your home.

iPad

If you're lucky enough to have a tablet, maximize its potential in the classroom by downloading a few (or all) of these great educational games.

  1. Rocket Math: At less than a dollar, this excellent math-learning game is a real value, especially as it has been named one of the best games for kids by a number of sources. It certainly helps make math fun, providing players with a whopping 56 different math missions.
  2. Toontastic 3D: Kids can build their own animations in this great free game from Launchpad Toys.
  3. Stack the States: Learning about the states has never been so fun. This game uses a range of games to help young kids learn the names and locations of states. Geography learners can also play Stack the Countries.
  4. Montessori Crosswords: Filled with hands-on, Montessori tested activities, this game will help improve spelling skills.
  5. Fish School: Geared towards young children, this game uses cute fish graphics to teach the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colors.
  6. Khan Academy: Khan Academy's wealth of educational games is even better when accessed through a tablet, challenging kids to learn, grow, and get better in their core subjects.
  7. Super Why: Created by PBS, Super Why is a literacy-focused game that helps build skills in everything from reading to rhyming.
  8. Oregon Trail: Kids have been loving and learning from Oregon trail for decades now. This updated version for the iPad and iPhone is just as fun and boasts better graphics.
  9. Mindsnacks: Language learning in homeschool can be hard if you're not totally fluent, but games like Mindsnacks can help, quizzing learners on basic vocabulary words in English, Chinese, French, Italian, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
  10. PLATO Achieve: While geared towards school districts, this educational system based on Common Core Standards can also be a boon to homeschoolers. You'll find educational tools galore, including a range of interactive games that touch on topics like math and language learning.
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Reader Rabbit Preschool (Carousel Version) Full Walkthrough

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Description

• Pay once, play forever! No ads or in-app purchases.
• Hours of easy-going, fun-running platforming!
• Supports any (MFi) game controller licensed by Apple.

The enchanted lands are in trouble! The Big Bad Wolf has stolen all the carrots* and scattered them far and wide! Go on an amazing adventure through the happy forest, the big village, and the mushroom cave to help Reader Rabbit find them all so he and his friend Sam the Lion can enjoy a nutritious breakfast together!

*Gardening Know-How: A half-cup of carrots gives you four times the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamin A in the form of beta carotene. Growing your own carrots is easy, and a great way to take advantage of their nutritional benefits!

Ratings and Reviews

Not a learning app

Too bad they stole the name of a learning app and turned it into a video game. I learned from this tremendously as a child but this version is nothing more than a rip off of mario brothers. Super disappointed.

Why??

If it’s trying to help kids learn how to read or recognize letters it doesn’t say the letter in voice to the player?? It doesn’t make sense. Disappointing so far unless I’m missing something but I don’t think so.
I bought it thinking it was goood support for a struggling 6year old trying to lear phonics.

Nothing like The Orginial

So very disappointed that the claim is a scam. This app is not even in the ballpark to The Learning Company’s Reader Rabbit. Don’t waste your time or money on this app. It’s nothing but a video game with NO voices and very little educational content.

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Information

Seller
Games4Kids Sverige AB

Size
MB

Category
Games

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS or later.
Mac
Requires macOS or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
Apple TV
Requires tvOS or later.
Languages

English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish

Age Rating
4+, Made for Ages 6–8

Copyright
© Games4Kids Sverige AB. Developed by Dashalope Games.

Price
$

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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