MoBu 2: Race With Friends takes the typical endless runner game turned into an endless swinging game. The player controls a gorilla as he swings his way through jungles and swamps, collecting bananas, spells, and power ups. There is an adventure mode, complete with levels and stars, as well as an arena mode where you go against online players.The game provides daily quests and ongoing achievements, spellz (their spelling), itemz, and rankings. Spellz work against other players. Itemz can help improve the abilities of MoBu.
MoBu 2: Race With Friends has in-app ads and purchases. The ESRB rated it E10+ for infrequent/mild mild or cartoon or fantasy violence and infrequent/mild horror/fear themes. LW4K stands by this rating.
MoBu 2: Race With Friends helps kids practice and improve the following skills:
Being efficient and aware of our use of time and effort.
MoBu 2 is great for working on time management skills. In adventure mode, each level has a banana timer that is counting down. The player needs to get through the entire level before the timer runs out or they lose a life. However, they also have to collect all the bananas if they want to receive all three stars. This means they have to keep pace and watch their timing or they will not be successful.
Recalling and retaining information in our minds while working.
In order to get the most rewards, the player needs to be trying to complete achievements and daily quests. In order to do this, he or she needs to be able to use their working memory skills to remember what the quests are and then follow the directions to achieve them. If the player doesn’t use these skills, they will end up taking much longer to reach these goals and earn rewards and bonuses.
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