"Jake was so into this game that he didn’t want to stop playing. While he is playing, he is really focused on finding the object. The game definitely keeps his attention. His favorite part is the elevators. Because the elevators are mesh, you really feel like your character is going up or down. The first thing Jake did this morning is ask to play this game again! I would recommend EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt to anyone who has a child on the Autism spectrum."
-- Janine - parent and author of My Kids Are Fun
"I began using the EASe CD's with the children I work with and saw unbelievable gains in motor planning ability, organization, taking a risk with motor tasks they never would have done before, and social skills. The videos are highly motivating for these children and therefore they are willing to listen to the music. I can't thank the Muellers enough for their dedication to children and music."
-- Kimberly, OTR/L - Therapist
"My boys both loved EASe Funhouse. It has nice, soothing music and requires them to think and act on what they are looking for. Great for Nathan's motor skills. Blake got to work on his listening skills. I chose to do this when each at different times were acting hyper. As they were playing, I saw them calming down. They were getting the sensory input their little bodies were craving. I recommend this product to anyone who has children with sensory issues and hyperactivity also, as my children have both these issues."
-- Sarah Caiafa - parent and author of Caiafa Craziness
"The most impacting aspect of EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt is that Vision Audio is using video games to help those is need. Educators and parents of autistic children can find encouragement in knowing there are tools such as EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt available. But EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt does not have to be exclusively for autistic children. Any young gamer will find the challenges of the treasures hunts entertaining and educational. Educators and parents will find EASe Funhouse Treasure Hunt to be a great opportunity to build relationships with children. Academics, colors, shapes and many more can be reviewed and improved on by using this title."
-- Alan Lane - Family Friendly Gaming
"Well done all around. We truly hope that this game paves the way for more games to be used in therapeutic roles in society."
Christophor Rick - Gamers Daily News