Q: What are the other Mia games available on the market?
A: Mia The Search for Grandma's Remedy (Reading); Mia Romaine's New Hat (Science); Mia Just in Time! (Math) and Click and Create with Mia (Creativity).
Q: How do I know what version of the game I have?
A: The version number of your copy is written on the disks, just left of the Copyright notice. The version begins with a V and is followed by 2 or 3 digits. (Example: V 1.0.1)
Q: My child finished Disk 1. How do we play Disk 2 now?
Q: Should there be an instruction manual in the retail box?
A: There is a full instruction manual in HTML format on the disk. On Windows, you can open it from the Kutoka programs folder in the Start menu. In Mac OS X, just double-click the Instructions Guide icon on the disk.
Q: Is it possible to skip certain parts of the game to move faster into the game?
A: Yes. Press the space bar on your keyboard to skip the animated movies or the instructions for an activity. You can also press the Ctrl and E keys or Command and E on the Macintosh to skip the activities.
Q: I see two black stripes, one above and one below the main game window on my monitor. Is this normal?
A: Yes. By default, the game is displayed in Letter Box format. It is possible to change the format of the display in the Options Menu (F2 Key) to Full screen.