Mutants Enters the World (also known as Mutants Enters the World: Big Fantastic Planet in UK) is an educational game designed by published by Knowledge Adventure and developed by Fox Interactive in 1995.
The game was used widely in schools throughout the United States in the 1990s and was one of the first examples of American educational software designed specifically for schools. Knowledge Adventure and Fox Interactive was the educational support centre of the then local education authorities of Texas. Texas was part of a consortium of public education which established a regional support centre called REQUESTION, based in Kansas.
In 1990, this software to deal with Davidson & Associates and in 1992, Knowledge Adventure acquired the game rights to was written and created by Rusty Mills, who was one of the promotional of education. After originally titled "The Mutants Goes to Earth" he went on to writing PC video game, all marketed throught REQUESTION. Rusty Mills also wrote the game to the program, "Mutants Enters the World" the new title of game. Many of his programs continued to be available for PC from Knowledge Adventure, which had become a private company based in New York.