In Kinect Adventures: 20,000 Leaks, players stand in front of the Kinect sensor and use their arms and legs to stop leaking water as it spills through the walls in the game. The character is positioned underwater within a rectangular glass tank, and each of the tank’s four walls can crack and begin to leak water at any time. To stop the water from filling the tank, players must plug the leaks by placing their hands or feet– or any other body parts — over the leaks. Because the game contains no violence or inappropriate content, no academic skills are needed to play, and the controls are easy to learn, the game is recommended for players ages 5 and up.
Getting started and then maintaining attention and effort to tasks.
In this game, players must use their Focus skills to spot cracks as they develop across the walls of the tank. These cracks eventually begin to leak water and must quickly be plugged so that water does not seep into the tank. The cracks and leaks keep coming, so if players fail to notice a leak, they may soon find themselves overwhelmed. If the player focuses to heavily on just one crack or wall, the number of leaks gets out of hand. In order to stay on top of them players should focus on just all areas of the tank throughout each round.
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