Cyberchase: Carnival Chaos is a 2003 computer game developed by Canadian studio Basis Applied Technology and published by The Learning Company, based on the Cyberchase edutainment TV series.
The game's features include:
- Eight activities
- Video footage and full screen animation
- Tracking feature lets parents monitor progress
- Two modes of play: adventure and practice
- Three levels of difficulty
Commonsensemedia gave the game a rating of 4/5 stars. The site wrote "Kid-testers were impressed by how the program turned everyday carnival games into fun, logical challenges. Because the games are easy to play but hard to win, kids jumped right in". USA Today wrote "Cyberchase Castleblanca Quest isn't nearly as good as Cyberchase Carnival Chaos".