Eric goes to the airport

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Eric goes to the airport

Postby joshsheli » Sat Dec 26, 2009 10:05 am

These games are wonderful - I'm so pleased Autism Victoria told us about them. My 3 year old ASD son and I have been playing "Eric goes to the airport". I've noticed a few issues:

* sometimes when the narrator says "click on Eric to move forward", the cursor doesn't change from an arrow to a hand (indicating a link) when we hover over Eric so we can't click on Eric
* sometimes I try and exit the Eric game and then re-enter and find that the previous game is still playing in the background even when I hit refresh. So then I have 2 sets of sounds playing simultaneously

Do you have any games on toilet training?

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Re: Eric goes to the airport

Postby leechbabe » Thu Dec 31, 2009 11:09 pm

Fabulous website thank you. My girls have really enjoyed playing the games. We found out about the games site from here - ... 19426&PN=1

Eric goes to the airport helped us get the girls ready for all the waiting involved at airports, but we had the same problem as joshsheli did with the game stalling.
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Re: Eric goes to the airport

Postby agadmin » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:28 pm

thank you both for the feedback - I'll add those bugs to the to do list.

no games on toilet training yet but this is an ongoing project so hopefully there will be one in the future.

All the best
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Re: Eric goes to the airport

Postby stefnie34 » Sat Sep 18, 2010 1:34 am

I love the concepts behind these games! But, I have had the same problems as previous posters, and it's 9 months on from when they posted, so I suppose there isn't much hope of the glitches being sorted out soon. I hope at some stage they are sorted, I think my dd would gain a lot from the games but as some pp's have said elsewhere in the forum, children with autism aren't patient, and her frustration/outbursts when the game gets stuck just aren't worth it. Good luck with it all :)
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