Specious arguments are not proof of trollish intent.
You wouldn't think a question & answer game could confuse the holy hell out of you with the path on the gameboard, and yet I must congratulate Sophie's World for doing just that. Grace and her Dad played this snoozefest for about an hour before I finally pulled the plug. I will say this: I made the kid's day by rating her "essay question" answers quite highly, and awarding her many points. If other parents are in the mood to enhance their children's self-esteem, that's about the only use for this game that I can find. Sadly, all self-esteem dwindles as you come to realize that your pawn is hopelessly trapped on a gameboard from which there appears to be no escape.