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
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
represent a revolution in the development of software for children on
the Autism spectrum and all other children diagnosed with Auditory
Hypersensitivity, Hyperacusis, Central Auditory Processing Disorder
(CAPD) or Sensory Integration Disorder.
We recognize that encouraging an active child to sit and
listen to music when they would rather be at play can be a challenge.
Parents have regularly asked us if their child could play with toys or
video games while listening to EASe CD’s. Our answer has always been,
“Yes, with the sound down.”
Now our children can listen to
their EASe CD audio, while enjoying stimulating, fun and nonviolent
driving and flying video games.
Your child deserves to have some fun, and to learn how to
manage the noise that torments them and balance issues that cause them
constant difficulty. Now you can help them with EASe Games!
- Windows 2000, XP, or Vista
- 2GHz processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 64 MB video card
- 400 MB available space