Moto Rush

LQ: 7.6

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Brain grade: 7.3
Fun score: 7.8

Game Type: ESRB Rating: N/A Platform/Console: LWK Recommended Age: 6+ Thinking Skills Used: ,

Addicting Games

In Moto Rush, players must compete against numerous racers, quickly making their way around the track in order to finish in first place. There are a variety of vehicles to choose from, ranging from a dirt bike, to a snowboard and even a wild bear, and players can perform tricks to earn extra bonus points. As a racing game, Moto Rush features no violence or offensive content, but it does feature some intense vehicle crashes. Since the game has no graphic violence or blood, and is easy to learn and play, Moto Rush is recommended to players ages 6 and up.

 


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This Game is Good for Kids Who Need Help With:

Self-Awareness

Understanding and articulating thoughts and feelings.

This game is good for kids who have difficulty evaluating their mistakes when trying to solve a problem. In Moto Rush, players will frequently crash their vehicles before finishing a race. In order to come in first place, they have to take a step back and figure out what needs to be done differently in order to conquer the course. If players fail to understand their mistakes and identify working solutions, they won't be able to finish in first place. By learning from their mistakes, they can adjust their strategy and create effective tactics for winning, helping them to advance the game by winning trophies and unlocking new courses.

Self-Control

Managing our actions, feelings and behaviors.  

Players will find that riding the vehicles is a bit more complicated than it appears to be, as there is more to it than simply smashing the gas. Each rider's center of gravity is a key factor in the race - if players lean forward or backward a little too much, they can easily crash. It will take numerous tries to get the handling just right, requiring players to carefully control their speed and balance. Managing the urge to go full throttle and race to the finish line is key to achieving the balance and precision needed to avoid crashes. Additionally, while the opportunity to earn bonus points with tricks is alluring, players must not become overly ambitious with their stunts, as it is even easier to crash when attempting them. Finally, crashing frequently can be discouraging, so it is important that players manage their frustration if they get stuck on a particularly difficult race.

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