After the success of the original Mego 2-XL in the early 80s, the toy company Tiger decided to bring it back in early 90s. The Tiger 2-XL used compact cassettes split into four mono programs, rather than the 8-track tapes of the original. It mostly consisted of educational games and "Choose Your Own Adventure" stories.
This tape mainly follows the activities in the included booklet. In one case, we get a connect the dots that uses the letters from the alphabet instead of numbers. There are also many trivia questions. Sometimes, there is a gimmick, such as six questions where the answer the first question begins with an A, the answer to the second question begins with a B, and so on.
2-XL has some trouble with his music banks not stopping the music, and the viewer is lead to believe that he has to break them to make the music stop. We also get interruptions from different characters knocking at the door. In one case, we get Goldilocks, but 2-XL will only let her in if the player answers all questions correctly. If we fail, she will become angry and continue banging at the door until 2-XL sends her away.