EASe Funhouse is a fun-filled treasure hunt video game that guides the player through a topsy turvy toy land, learning and collecting treasures, while listening to stimulating EASe encoded music.
EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt has six unique rooms, each with a different personality and multiple challenges. The player controls a tiny toy tractor, a bit like a child bouncing the tractor around the floor of a gymnasium. Most things are oversized, giving the sensation of being very small in a huge space. One room is filled with elevators and three levels to explore. Another room has mesh panels that allow the player to look through and down onto a complex environment. Some rooms have ball games stimulating and challenging a child’s concentration. All of the rooms are fun to explore, employ auditory and virtual vestibular stimulation and encourage the child to willingly participate in therapeutic activities.
The treasures range from word cards, to dot cards (quantity), to images of human faces (sad, happy, laughing, frightened, etc.), to colors, geometric shapes, fruit, and more. The player is encouraged to follow directions, to concentrate, to explore, and to learn.
EASe Funhouse's toy tractor is controlled by the mouse, and is selectable in a boy and girl version and has two speeds: a slower speed for beginners, and a faster car for more adventurous players.
Please note directions on how to install on Windows 10
EASe Funhouse needs to be installed in compatibility mode in Windows 10. Other EASe games may or may not need this kind of install but it's probably best at this point to do it.
Insert the disk. It will run for quite a while in Windows 10 (not sure why) before showing a pop up window that includes a menu.
Do not click on Autorun at this point.
Open the folder at the bottom to View all Files.
In this folder, Right Click on autorun.
A window will appear giving you the options to Run As Admin or Troubleshoot files.
Installing as Admin should automatically run the game in Compatibility mode. However you can make sure by selecting Troubleshoot files and then following directions to run in Compatibility mode.
This actually takes longer to describe than to accomplish once the disc is read. It just takes a while to get it read at the beginning of the process.