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'''Funbrain''' was an educational website aimed towards children in 1998. The website featured a number of games to play, but in 2005, introduced to Fun Arcade. This arcade contained 25 mini-games in which you would move a game piece along a board game as you played mini-games to progress. Upon landing in a space the player was required to beat the mini-game to progress down the board. Upon completing a mini-game rewards the player with a password to return to that space on the board. However, once reaching game #13, Croc Hopper, the arcade machine read, "Coming Soon", implying that the rest would be finished later. However, the second half of the board was never updated and it remained that way for 11 years until Funbrain's redesign replacing the fun arcade with new games. While the first half of the fun arcade is accessible via the Wayback Machine, the second half of the board remains incomplete and is unknown if it was ever completed beyond Mighty Guy 2.
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'''Funbrain''' was an educational website aimed towards children, created in 1998. The website featured a number of games to play, but in 2005, introduced to Fun Arcade. This arcade contained 25 mini-games in which you would move a game piece along a board game as you played mini-games to progress. Upon landing on a space, the player was required to beat the mini-game to progress down the board. Upon completing a mini-game rewards the player with a password to return to that space on the board. However, once reaching game #13, Croc Hopper, the arcade machine read, "Coming Soon", implying that the rest would be finished later. However, the second half of the board was never updated and it remained that way for 11 years until Funbrain's redesign replacing the fun arcade with new games. While the first half of the fun arcade is accessible via the Wayback Machine, the second half of the board remains incomplete and is unknown if the board was ever completed beyond Mighty Guy 2.
  
 
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Funbrain Logo.

Status: Existence Unconfirmed

Funbrain was an educational website aimed towards children, created in 1998. The website featured a number of games to play, but in 2005, introduced to Fun Arcade. This arcade contained 25 mini-games in which you would move a game piece along a board game as you played mini-games to progress. Upon landing on a space, the player was required to beat the mini-game to progress down the board. Upon completing a mini-game rewards the player with a password to return to that space on the board. However, once reaching game #13, Croc Hopper, the arcade machine read, "Coming Soon", implying that the rest would be finished later. However, the second half of the board was never updated and it remained that way for 11 years until Funbrain's redesign replacing the fun arcade with new games. While the first half of the fun arcade is accessible via the Wayback Machine, the second half of the board remains incomplete and is unknown if the board was ever completed beyond Mighty Guy 2.

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An archive of the Fun Arcade