In Hang Line: Mountain Climber, the player is in control of a rescue climber who climbs a mountain to save people from various disasters. Using a grappling hook, the player taps their way from snow patch to snow patch, searching for three survivors per level. Some snow falls away, there are animals (that may attack) on the mountain, and sometimes rocks block the path. There is also a daily log-in reward and a community chat feature.
Hang Line: Mountain Climber has in-game ads and purchases. The ESRB rated it E for Everyone and LW4K stands by this rating.
Hang Line: Mountain Climber helps kids practice and improve the following skills:
Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.
This game does a great job of creating new obstacles and new ways to climb a mountain. Every level seems to be new in some way. This means that to be as successful as possible, the player will need to use their flexibility skills. Adapting to obstacles and trying new things—especially when hunting for the often well-hidden survivors the player needs to rescue—is the only way to complete each level and save all the survivors.
Getting started and then maintaining attention and effort to tasks.
There are moving animals and dissolving snow in this game, as well as barely visible side paths. If the player is going to make it through the whole level and find all the hidden survivors, they will need to use their focus skills. If they don’t ignore internal and external distractions, they may fail to notice snow crumbling or rocks falling or a mountain goat knocking them off course.
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