Frequently Asked Questions

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”.