This is a physics puzzle game for young children where they help Hero Elementary construct treehouses.
Select a blue treehouse icon to select a level where you must build a treehouse. Lay pieces so that you build a stable structure. When all pieces have been used drop the roof to complete the treehouse.
Select a red treehouse icon to select a level where you recycle extra wood pieces. Remove wood pieces for recycling until you have filled the recycling meter. Ensure the treehouse remains stable at every step along the way.
Play through 3 areas of town and see if you can complete all 22 levels.
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Hero Elementary Treehouse Trouble Game for Kids Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Help the cast of Hero Elementary construct treehouses and remove extra wood pieces from from some treehouses so the extra wood can be recycled.
Starting the Game
Select the yellow play button on the welcome screen. This will bring up a cut scene explaining the premise of the game. You can watch the cut screen or click on the purple and white skip button in the lower right.
This game has 3 different areas of town and 22 different levels across those areas.
Initially you have to play the first couple levels in sequence, then you can work your way across town through multiple different paths.
Use the mouse left click button to drag pieces from the left into position as part of the treehouse.
Click to rotate the pieces if they need rotated.
Click on the top to drop it down when all pieces are in place.
Some levels require you to recycle unneeded pieces. Click on them to recycle them.
After each step
Touch the screen with a finger to interact with pieces.
On the right side of each level there is a map button to return to the level select screen and a button with circular arrows to restart the current level.
The first couple tree houses must be completed in order, with each tree house unlocking the next.
After you make progress through the game some tree houses open up multiple parallel paths at the same time.
Levels you have not yet beat have gray dashed lines which cycle between being gray and blue, whereas beat levels have blue lines.
Red treehouses require you to recycle unneeded pieces.
Click on a piece to remove it from the treehouse and send it into the wood chipper.
Click on the button in the lower right with the down arrow on it to chip the wood.
Repeat the process until the wood chipper meter in the lower left corner of the game is full.
The meter has hashmarks which shows how many pieces you need to remove.
In general on most these stages you remove pieces from the center while leaving the left and right walls in place.
Blue treehouses require you to use the blocks from the spare part section to build a stable treehouse.
Each piece on the left must be used.
Pieces have a numerical value to their lower left to let you know how many of that piece type exists.
Drag pieces from the left into the treehouse area. Set them in the correct placements and rotate them as needed.
Use the button in the lower right to check the stability of the treehouse.
You can check stability after each piece is positioned or after placing many pieces in place.
If a piece appears red it means it is too close to another piece.
It only matters that the structure is stable.
It does not matter if a single beam in the middle holds everything in position, if the structure has multiple walls with a big opening in the middle, or if the structure is a single stout short solid block.
You can lay many pieces at once then check for stability, or you can do a single piece at a time.
Click on the roof of the treehouse to drop it into position after all pieces have been used.
You start the game in Hero Elementary, which has 6 treehouses in it.
Next you unlock Downtown, which has 8 treehouses in it.
After Downtown you unlock Citytown Park, which has 8 treehouses in it.
You do not need to beat all levels inside an area to move to the next area of the city, rather you only need to clear a single path to it.
Fans of Hero Elementary should like this game.
There are no adult themes in this game.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
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