Again, like with the other bonus games in the bundle, we are left with a non-standard point-and-click adventure that is especially perfect for children. This one is actually better for slightly older kids, as it has far more purely educational content to it than the other two while still having the sense of fun that comes with being able to click everything to see what it does. For instance, you can learn the basics about the planets and see what they look like (in the pixelated way you'd expect of a game this old), drop rocks into a hole to learn how quickly it falls to various depths and how long it takes the sound to return to you, and even see how soon thunder follows a lightning strike at a certain distance away, among other things. This is a game you could actually feel fairly okay with letting the kids spend a good amount of time on. At the same time, the sense of adventure that is present when hunting down new things and seeing what it all does is kept intact as well. Overall, this game once again makes the bundle worth it, serving as an excellent little bonus, and I'll definitely keep it on hand for the next time I have kids around to entertain.