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121. Adventure Workshop Preschool-1st
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122. Garfield: It's All About Writing
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123. Barbie Team Gymnastics (Jewel
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124. The Powerpuff Girls Learning Challenge:
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125. Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Brat
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126. Zoboomafoo Creature Quest
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127. Stuart Little Big City Adventures
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128. Hello Kitty Dream Carnival
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129. Treasure Mountain! (Jewel Case)
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130. Moop and Dreadly: The Treasure
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131. Millie Meter and Her Adventures
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132. Robinson Crusoe
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133. All Aboard! Toddler Adventures
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134. Adventure Workshop 1st-3rd Grade
135. Pajama Sam 2 (5-user)
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136. Freddi 3:Conch Shell
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137. Dora the Explorer: Lost City Adventure
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138. Print Artist Disney's Winnie the
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139. Rugrats Go Wild/Wild Thornberries
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140. Daria's Inferno

121. Adventure Workshop Preschool-1st Grade Mix 4
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Asin: B0000899VU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: The Learning Company
Sales Rank: 692
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Every day can be a fun-filled learning adventure with the Adventure Workshop Preschool-1st Grade, 4th Edition, featuring three award-winning educational titles for ages three to seven. Your child will love playing, learning, and just spending time with his or her favorite characters, and you'll love watching your child laugh and learn through colorful and clever activities that build valuable skills in subjects that include geography, science, memory, logic, reading and reading comprehension, phonics, and writing.

The software bundle contains Paddington - The World Mystery Tour (the popular bear's first CD-ROM, featuring 30 activities, 40 minutes of interactive video, and travel in five countries with 60 exciting locations), Reading Rabbit's Reading Ages 4-6 (help Reader Rabbit and Sam the lion as they travel to many Letter Lands, learn their sounds, and take giant steps toward real reading), and Millie & Bailey Kindergarten (with which your child will build skills and the ability to solve problems using best selections from Millie's Math House, Bailey's Book House, and Sammy's Science House). ... Read more


122. Garfield: It's All About Writing & Grammar-3rd Grade
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Asin: B00032JX4Y
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Navarre(Software)
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123. Barbie Team Gymnastics (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B00017X74S
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Vivendi Universal Interactive Publishing
Sales Rank: 2297
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124. The Powerpuff Girls Learning Challenge: Mojo Jojo's Clone Zone
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Asin: B00006AG6E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: The Learning Company
Sales Rank: 1095
Average Customer Review: 4.57 out of 5 stars
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There is trouble in Townsville. Mojo Jojo has devised a terrible plan: he has successfully created robot clones of himself that contain knowledge from his own brain, and he has sent them into the streets and to the underground in Townsville to destroy the town. The clones, however, are capable of being overthrown. Help the Powerpuff girls capture and defeat the clones using learning power to unlock rewards by completing activities and collecting the clones' memory chips, and ultimately saving Townsville from Mojo Jojo's evil and villainous plans.

By completing the five learning activities, children will develop their math and reading skills, logic and problem-solving abilities, critical thinking and analysis skills, and their ability to follow directions. The CD-ROM is aimed at children ages 6 to 10, which covers a large range of abilities. To accommodate this range, five levels of difficulty have been built into the program. Progress is automatically remembered, and can be monitored. There are also printouts available: choose from 25 activities including crossword puzzles, colouring, word searches, and more. On hand throughout the learning and fun is Professor Utonium, who will provide help if necessary.

Let your children participate in Skyscraper Chaser (a high-altitude hopscotch), Letter Bugs (a street-cleaning exercise), and Zap the Map, (an exciting map-reading exercise) so they learn and have fun at the same time. Lively, fun, and modern, this package may appeal to young girls who find more traditional computer games less interesting, and it is a good way to involve them with the PC. --Susan Naylor, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Academic!
My four-year-old daughter loves the Powerpuff Girls but so far it has just been for entertainment purposes. I assumed this would just teach hand-eye coordination but I was wrong. This has plenty of action and hand-eye coordination fun, and then it also teaches north, south, east, west with map navigation and several other academic chunks as well. She is not yet finished playing it after about three hours so far and she is learning new material. It really teaches her--leaving me time to read a book without too many interruptions.

4-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good
I bought this product for my 5-year old daughter who loves the Powerpuff girls. She loved it and I was pleasantly surprised to find that they had successfully blended drilling exercises in math and spelling with a truly fun and interactive game. The only drawback to this CD is that it's a bit limited with only 4 games but it is definitely still worth the money and will provide hours of fun for young children.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not so entertaining
My 5-year old doesn't spend the same amount of time on it as she does w/Reader Rabbit, Madeline, or Dr. Seuss. It doesn't offer a lot places to visit...Basically just 4 games and that's it.

5-0 out of 5 stars fun for kids
Both of my kids love "The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo's Clone Zone". I have a 4 year old boy and a 7 year old girl. It's their favorite computer game.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a surprise!
I thought this was going to be another mindless game, that would only hold my five year old's attention for a few seconds. But, this software has truly engaged my daughter in educational games and held her attention for hours, and has her coming back for more. The key WORD is "Educational". It's not just a game it is a learning tool. So if your child likes the "Power Puff Girls" and your want them to learn, I high suggest this software. ... Read more


125. Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Brat Attack!

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Asin: B00001XDUC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Knowledge Adventure
Sales Rank: 2606
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Help your favorite teenage witch recover the Beanie of Ultimate Power in Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Brat Attack, a magical adventure game. It all starts with a package that should have been delivered to someone else. In it is the all-powerful propeller beanie, and Sabrina's cat, Salem, gets locked in a cage when her cousin Amanda decides she simply must have that hat. It's Sabrina's job to recover the cat and the hat from the Other Realm and defeat Amanda and her brat pack.

The "Labtop" contains all of Sabrina's spells, and throughout the game, you can store new magical ingredients and spells for later use. Also, make sure to stock up on plenty of energy along the way or you could get sent back to Limbo in the linen closet!

There's five different worlds to explore: Sabrina's house, the Spelleria, Amanda's Arena, Mars, and Sabrina's high school. If your own teenage (or preteen) witch enjoys the television show and has fun solving mysteries, this game should be right up her alley. It's not every day a girl gets to blast her enemies away merely by pointing a finger. With Sabrina at her side, we bet she'll find this problem-solving adventure game truly... spellbinding. --Jill Lightner ... Read more

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars A bit difficult for that age group
The box says 8-12 years old but I personally feel this game may be too challenging. I'm a 20 year old college student who got this game for x-mas and I had major problems getting through the levels with all the "bad guys" swarming around. It took me a few days to complete and I always ended the game that day very frustrated. If you need a hint, Aunt Louisa in the Labtop can be of great help. The graphics are pretty good but the instructions are lacking. Good luck with this game!

3-0 out of 5 stars Fun, but.....
It is really fun and challenging the first time you play, but once you beat it, it doesn't change. It becomes non challenging and boring, because it's too easy. If you like playing a game over and over again, and still be challenged, don't buy this game.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sabrina The Teenage Witch CD Rom Review.
It was very enjoyable and fun to try to find all the ingredients for the potion. I was on the edge of my computer.It wasn't very hard once you had figured out how to do it.I enjoyed finding Amanda and going into the other realm. Salem was funny especially by the remarks and jokes he made. I played this game over and over again and I never got bored. Out of all the computer games I have played this is by far the best.I would give it five stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars SABBY IS THE BOMB
tHIS IS A COOL GAME U GET TO MAKE SPELLS AND FIND SALEM
AND ITS REALLY HER VOICE, SALEMS VOICE AND HER SISTERS VOICE.
IT IS HARD TO ZAP THEM IN TIME THOUGH.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice game, but buggy
My nine year-old daughter liked playing this game, but the program is filled with too many bugs & glitches. We called the software support help-line and talked to a perfectly nice guy who had no idea how to help us (it turned out that he knew next to nothing about the Sabrina software). In the end, we finally gave up and left the software on a shelf, where it sits today. Very frustrating! ... Read more


126. Zoboomafoo Creature Quest
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Asin: B000063LGO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Brighter Child
Sales Rank: 947
Average Customer Review: 3.89 out of 5 stars
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There's a treasure hunt in Animal Junction. Hit the trail with Zoboomafoo, the incredible leaping lemur, and leave no stone unturned. In this zany adventure children will play unique animal activities, and be rewarded pieces to a magical puzzle. On their journey children will discover a myriad of animals through fun learning games, animal videos, and printable activities. Solve the clues and the magical puzzle will reveal a map that will lead the way to the hidden treasure. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars zoboomafoo creature quest
This has so far been a disappointment. It takes like 12 steps to go through the introductory screens, and if you mess up, you have to start completely over. It also loads awfully slow and we have a top of the line loaded new computer. The game instructions are very long, and you have to listen to them every time, and they are mostly unnecessary, they should be under a help option. You can't even click to skip it, meaning you have to have a lot of patience while waiting. The animals are pretty obscure and not common/familiar. The animal facts I cant imagine ever being of much interest to a kid. I expected much better stuff from the Learning Company, especially since this program has received so many awards (no doubt through reputation). In comparison with other products, I can't identify one redeeming aspect for this software. The games are boring and mundane and many are a step down from even other "toddler" programs that are targeted to lower ages. Here I was looking to step up from the toddler programs which our daughter has already mastered. At least I got it very cheap. Its not much fun or entertaining. Not much area to navigate about and explore. No animation to speak of, other than the videos. Nothing clever or interesting or rewarding for mouse clicks. I have to report there are many better programs, and I could never recommend this one for fun, challenge, entertainment, or educational value. It does not hold her attention, she easily handles most of the games/activities, and she's like okay now what. And she still has a long ways to go before reaching age 3. The only games on this CD that she doesn't really know what she is doing is the chameleon and the coyotes, but even those she guesses her way to completion. I can't imagine her growing into liking this CD any more than she does now, in fact I'm certain she will like it less and less because she already expects more stimulation. Even now she prefers clicking around under encarta encylopedia more so than using this CD when it comes to short video clips. Even the logic aspect of finding puzzle pieces seems lame to me when compared to other such programs. I don't forsee her ever wanting to come back to this program when she's ready for more sofisticated logic games and ready to spell or do math. I should mention we started out our daughter on kids computer games before age 1, and she is just fascinated to the point of playing them every day, and she is just amazingly competent with them and now already figures out most kid games on her own. She is very familiar with counting and colors and shapes and mazes and matching and patterns and searching and picture drawing. She has pretty much seen it all. And this CD doesn't cut the mustard for new exciting stuff.

4-0 out of 5 stars fun, entertaining and age-appropriate software
Little Zoboo fans rejoice! This entertaining software is stable, charming and fun. Multiple cut scenes feature the Kratt Brothers and Zoboomafoo's friends in Zoboo-Land, as kids click on objects scattered around Animal Junction. With two exceptions the eight activities are age-appropriate and well-implemented, with three skill levels in coloring, mazes, matching, object identification, counting, bubble popping and pattern match; the latter two games are unnecessarily difficult and confusing, but kids can get through them by clicking away randomly. Also included is a virtual tape recorder with mini-films and factoids about a number of animals. Well done.

We're running the game on an iMac and have had no problems with installation or crashes.

Note: Creature Quest is much better than Zoboomafoo Animal Alphabet; if you have a little Zoboo fan in the house, I'd recommend you purchase this title rather than Animal Alphabet.

5-0 out of 5 stars We both love it!
My 3 year old daughter and I both love this software! She still needs some help with the mouse, so I have to play with her, and this is the only software we have that I don't mind playing after a few minutes! She's not so interested yet in the animal facts, but I like them!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for fans of the T.V show
I got this game for my 4 year old for christmas. She loves the T.V. program and learning about animals, so I figured it would be a hit with her, and it was. She loves playing it and trying to find all the puzzle pieces to find the treasure. Kids learn about some animals and their habitatis, numbers and patterns. You have to look for hidden treasure and there are 3 levels of play on the games. My daughter loved it first off simply because it contains the whole Zoboomafoo theme song! She runs it on her iMac. Only one little problem, it occasionally locks up when left unattended for a pretty long period of time, and the game is left running.

1-0 out of 5 stars How Frustrating and Disappointing
Wish I could give this 0 stars. I cannot get this to run on our WIn 95 machine (yes I know it's a dinosoar but that's what we have for my child) and it continually crashes on our XP machine. Broderbund (the software company) has not responded to my pleas for help except to give me 4 different case #'s. AAAGGGGHHHH. My 3 year old and I are frustrated to the extreme. ... Read more


127. Stuart Little Big City Adventures (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B0000645WA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Atari
Sales Rank: 1391
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128. Hello Kitty Dream Carnival
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Asin: B0000AV0N3
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: ValuSoft
Sales Rank: 3711
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Enjoy a fun-filled day as you play eight inviting games that will challenge you for hours. Kids will enjoy activities such as Pen Pal Word Search, Pachinko Balloon Race, Penguin Plunge and more! Carnival fun that only Hello Kitty could dream up. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Could be better, but certainly not a bad price
Considering a lot of Hello Kitty products are cheap and poorly made, I had no high expectations of this.But of course my girls love H.K.There are 8 activities: making smoothies (fun but under pressure of a fast timer) , a pinball type game (no skill involved), launching fireworks (slow and boring also no skill), dolphin tricks (better timer and fun), 'Twilight Teaser'(a game where you try to match things but they change around as you attempt to do so...frustrating or fun, you decide), Penguin launching (requires knowledge of physics, I kid you not!), Ferris Wheel memory (I have to give credit here: the first memory game that is actually fun), and a Word Search (fun if your child likes large word searches with words as long as 10 letters).What annoyed me most is some of the games seemed aimed at a 2-3 yr old whereas others were challenging for my 5 1/2 yr old.So if you have several children who want to share the same disk and you are just looking for a new, inexpensive game, this might be worth the 6 bucks for some cheap, cute entertainment.However, we also spent $20 on the My Little Pony game which both my 3 and 5 yr old like much more.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, fast service!
Retailer shipped this order very quickly!It was better than I had expected. ... Read more


129. Treasure Mountain! (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B00002SAM7
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Riverdeep
Sales Rank: 2800
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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The Master of Mischief has stolen the magic crown and is using its power to gather all of the mountain's magic gold. To win back the crown, children must find treasures hidden along the trail and lock them away in the mountaintop castle. They'll need to avoid mischievous elves and answer their reading, thinking, math, and science questions. More than 450 spoken problem-solving questions and automatic leveling make playing easier for prereaders and beginning readers. (Ages 5-9) ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Dis Game was gweat>???>:!
Tank Yu GUYZ sew match four thie awsum gime. Eat haz tot mi sew mutch abowt addung ind dat dare reedung. The graftics ore out ov these world! Dis was a chaullnging game fer mi two play. Mahbee nixt time ey weel maik it two tha scaunt levil.

5-0 out of 5 stars Yep, a terrific game!
This too was one of my childhood favorites, along with The Learning Company's, Writing and Publishing Center, and another one who's name alludes me. The one I speak of was where you had to go around collecting clues to figure out which robot was about to do something bad(sorry, my memory on these games is foggy, all I remember is I LOVED them, and I can remember a bit of the gameplay). Anyways, this game taught me many vital skills at a young age, and overall helped my development. I'm 18 now, and I am not shy at all to say that I too would also be reliving my childhood with a replay of this game every now and then.

5-0 out of 5 stars Even for the older kids
This was my favorite game when I was younger. If we still had it on our computer I would play it! I think it teaches reading and maybe a little math too. The best part about it is advancing in levels. As I remember it, you start on the first level of the mountain. You catch elves and and read their clues to find treasures in objects on that level. Once you've gained all of the treasures you move up to the next level of the mountain(by ladder,waterfall,or door?)You do the same for every level of the mountain, until you get to the last level where after you collect all of the treasures, you have to do a little ladder maze to get to the room to put all of the treasures away(in the treasure chest)then, you come back to your collection room(where you keep your treasures you earn from each game)with one treasure. It's fun to get more and more treasures as you play. Watch out though, as the levels advance the elves get more mischievious (they sprinkle you with dust and take your coins) This is a perfect game for any age kid. It's good for the little kids because they learn without realizing it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Long lasting fun
We bought this over 10 years ago and my teens still play it (rarely) to relive their childhood. I keep it on the computer for young guests to amuse themselves safely--it is easy to learn and even only a few minutes is satisfying, then they can start again next time they visit. Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hours of fun for all the family
6 Months ago when we got this game, my 5 yr old didn't like it much, but since September she has been in kindergarten and now loves to play the mind-challenging games on here. I started to play too, not that I need to learn math, counting or telling time, but to keep her on it too. If mom is doing it, then she thinks she should be doing it too. The math gets harder, but she never gives up trying to solve the problems. "Mom, I need another hand" is a frequent comment coming from her when playing this game. I recommend it. It has inspired her to learn and challenged her like only a handful of the numerous games we own have done. ... Read more


130. Moop and Dreadly: The Treasure on Bing Bong Island
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Asin: B00005Y0JE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Plaid Banana Entertainment
Sales Rank: 723
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Moop and Captain Dreadly are stranded, searching for treasure on exotic Bing Bong Island. The dynamic duo is faced with a jewel of a problem: Chief Earwig's treasure is missing and it's up to them to get it back. Along the way they will cross paths with a merry cast of islanders, including Mort and Wart, Princess Connie, as well as the dastardly pirate, Captain Trench. There's adventure around every palm tree in six fun-filled chapters packed with exploration, problem solving, and loads of entertainment. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars My girl prefers Ollo but still likes Moop & Dreadly
I am occasionally surprised at what my four-year-old daughter likes to play. I thought since she loved "Ollo at the Sunny Valley Fair" so much she would equally adore this problem solving game also made by Plaid Banana. But she can't see them in a similar light. She played "Moop and Dreadly" and enjoyed it but doesn't choose it as one of her favorites. I love the graphics, music, and clever jokes. I am so glad that I have a copy of it now that it is harder to find. I prefer it over Ollo and find it has a cunning, sharp wit but it is not really up to me, is it?

5-0 out of 5 stars Really fun!
This game is really fun. Good puzzles that are appropriate for the target age range.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun for old and young!
...my 9 year old nephew had a ball with this game! It kept him entertained for a long while until he had to give up his computer time to his older brother. This game keeps your attention with colorful characters and fun gameplay. The puzzles were thoughtful, even if some were easier than others. It was also fun to practice Spanish while he played. The game we bought had both English and Spanish languages on it. Brilliant idea!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great game!
The story line is funny (with jokes all ages can appreciate), the graphics were good, and the puzzle are age-appropriate. I hope they make more in this series!

2-0 out of 5 stars SLOW & BORING!
I can't believe they say this game is for 5-10 year
olds! It is SO SLOW! You spend alot of time going back
and forth, there is ALOT of repetition. The characters
move slowly and you have to keep going back and forth
to different spots to find different things you need
to get the treasure. It is no where near as fun or
entertaining as Pajama Sam, I can't believe the same
people made this game. Huge disappointment! ... Read more


131. Millie Meter and Her Adventures in the Oak Tree
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Asin: B00005U2QV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Viva Media
Sales Rank: 4946
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132. Robinson Crusoe
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005MNHM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Viva Media
Sales Rank: 3439
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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After a brutal storm wrecks his ship, a bedraggled Robinson Crusoesuccessfully manages to drag himself ashore--he's the sole survivor and it'syour task to help him escape in this animated story CD-ROM.

From the start, Robinson Crusoe is a gripping game, brilliantly narratedby Martin Jarvis. It opens with stirring dramatic music as Crusoe talks of hisdesire to travel the oceans of the world despite the strong opposition of hisfather. Unfortunately, lightning strikes his ship, and from the moment you seeCrusoe arrive alone on the beach, you have to take on his role. Stranded aloneon the Island of Despair, you must keep your spirits up and carry out varioustasks to prevent yourself from starving or becoming the victim of a savage wildanimal.

Your first task is to get on board the shipwreck. Using your mouse button, youhave to collect all the pieces you need to build a raft, which will thenhopefully take you and the remaining food and water ashore. The scenes are veryatmospheric and well illustrated, and you even need to wait for a low tidebefore you head for the wreck.

This game comes with clear instructions on how to navigate through theadventure. By clicking on a book icon, you can find tools or objects to makelife on the island easier. When you hold down the mouse button, you can enjoypanoramic views of the island as if you were actually standing there. And, likeCrusoe, you have to constantly beware of the cannibals. --Justin Hunt ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Is this supposed to be fun?
If you are looking for a fun game to play with your kids, keep looking. My 8 year old and I could not navigate through the game even after reading the instructions several times. The play is not in 3D animation.

We're not quitters, so we read the same "book" in the story and wandered around the ship trying to pick up objects, but there is no place to keep an inventory and no way to "grab" the objects.

This game is not like Harry Potter or even Nancy Drew, where you can go different places or follow a path. Its based on a 2D drawing that doesn't "do" anything! It is frustrating, useless and not entertaining. Save your money, even if it's only $!

5-0 out of 5 stars A fun game
This game is fun because its not like normal games.You have to survive without your parents.The game is a lot of fun.You have to find food,shelter and water in order to play farther in the game. The graphics in this game are wonderful. ... Read more


133. All Aboard! Toddler Adventures
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000089UBY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Encore Software
Sales Rank: 2227
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Four colorful and creative learning titles bring favorite characters to your child's desktop. Designed for toddlers 1 1/2 to 3 years of age, All Aboard Toddler Adventure's four interactive titles include Disney's Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too Animated Storybook, Blue's Clues: Blue's Reading Time Activities, Little Bear: Rainy Day Favorites, and Playhouse Disney's Rolie Polie Olie: The Search for Spot. Kids listen to stories and music with Pooh and Tigger, help Blue and friends write and produce the Big News Gazette, adventure through 40 printable activities with Little Bear, and create a robotic musical score with Disney's Rolie Polie Olie. Along the way, fun friends--like Tigger, Mr. Pepper and Mrs. Salt, and Spot--join the fun, as kids build age-appropriate vocabulary, word-recognition, reading, and memory skills. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars just ok software
After my daughter fell in love with the computer using reader rabbit toddler, this software package is disappointing. It is slow moving and requires skills for the advanced toddler or preschooler...ie reading words. I am hoping she can grow into in and then get some use out of it. We have only tried the Blues clues ( that one is where they need to read words), and the winnie the pooh which is really slow moving, not much in the way of a game...more like a story telling. ... Read more


134. Adventure Workshop 1st-3rd Grade Mix 4
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B0000899XZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: The Learning Company
Sales Rank: 2515
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Join your favorite learning pals for hours of exciting game play in this fun-filled, three-in-one learning software collection. Adventure Workshop 1st-3rd Grade, 4th Edition features three award-winning educational titles for ages four to eight. Your child will love playing, learning, and just spending time with his or her favorite characters, and you'll love watching your child laugh and learn through colorful and clever activities that build valuable skills in reading, writing, aural and visual memory, problem solving, and creativity.

The software bundle contains Thinkin' Things: Toony the Loon's Lagoon (including 6 colorful and engaging locations, hundreds of problem-solving challenges, dozens of self-adjusting skill levels, and weekly challenges on the Internet), Kid Pix Studio Deluxe (offering powerful drawing and multimedia tools, text-to-speech functionality, Web graphics, and fully-editable text), and Curious George Reads, Writes, & Spells for Grades 1 & 2 (wherein Curious George sets out as a reporter for the local newspaper and builds skills in reading, vocabulary, phonics, proofreading and editing, writing, and spelling). ... Read more


135. Pajama Sam 2 (5-user)

Asin: B00002S6GA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Hummingbird Communications
Sales Rank: 7443
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Pajama Sam, the world's youngest superhero, is back in his second Junior Adventure. Join Sam as he journeys to World Wide Weather, the storm-stirring factory in the sky. He'll need help from your kids as he works to repair Thunder and Lightning's weather-making machines before Mother Nature finds out! (Ages 3-8) ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Pajama Sam 2
Sam is back and must confront his fears and stop Thunder and Lightning as Pajama Sam. Along the way, he messes up the weather and needs to find four machine pieces to put it back in order. Lots of clickpoints, extras, animations, and silliness make this a classic! If you liked this game, you'll probably like other Pajama Sam games and SPY Fox, Freddi Fish, and Putt-Putt games. ... Read more


136. Freddi 3:Conch Shell
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00002S6E1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Humongous Entertainment
Sales Rank: 583
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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The Great Conch Shell has been stolen and it's up to Freddi Fish and Luther to catch the culprit. All is well on their tropical vacation, until our finny friends realize the Great Conch Shell is missing! Uncle Blenny can't open the Founder's Day Festival until the heralded horn has been recovered. Piece the clues together and figure out who's responsible for this underwater caper. (Ages 3-8) ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Freddi 3: Conch Shell
My parents bought this game for my daughter. Being somewhat of a "game snob," I was somewhat skeptical of its merit. This game turned out to be quite a pleasant surprise! It was quite enjoyable, reminiscent of those old Infocom games I played as a child. My three-and-a-half-year-old daughter absolutely loved it. She was glued to the computer for a month, and would probably have remained there longer if Christmas hadn't come. As it is, she still revisits this game occassionally.

This game has the following desirable features:

1. Replayability -- There are roughly 10 quests to solve, but only three appear in a given game. The final quest at the end also has a random element

2. Challenge -- These puzzles are not trivial for young children. Even Dad had to think for a minute or two on some of these puzzles.

3. Attention to detail -- Most things in this game will react when you click on them. This ties in with the replayability. For example, my daughter spent hours clicking on the monkey and squealing with delight when it reacted with disgust upon peeling bannanas full of bugs. This also kept the frustration levels low when the puzzles were too difficult for her to solve on her own.

4. Memory building -- I was amazed at how quickly my daughter caught on when I helped her solve puzzles. This game builds memory skills that will definitely prove useful in years to come

5-0 out of 5 stars Probably the best series
My son started torturing the computer at the age of 2, and still does three years later. We tried many games, but the software from Humongous is really the best, and the Freddi fish is a beatiful series of a crime/detective type. It's wery well designed, kids have a feeling of interacting with an animation movie. We ended up having all F.Fs and Putt-putts (other series from Humongous). Would advise to any parent to have it.

2-0 out of 5 stars best computer game in our house
This is the best computer game in our house....and the most played! My 4 year old playes it over and over. She loves the characters, the music, and hunting for the clues. She doesn't get bored with it because it changes every time she playes it, and it really makes her think. This game was definitely worth the money!

3-0 out of 5 stars very challenging
Even though my daugter loves the characters, music and animation, we found this game to be very long (thank goodness you can save it and continue later!). This is the main reason why I am rating it only 3 stars. However, if you work with your child until you and she/he can find all the clues, then she/he will be able to remember are and master the game her/himself. Personally, we have yet to complete a game.

5-0 out of 5 stars One Year Later
My son received this game as a gift on his fourth bithday, and still plays it on a regular basis! That's more than I can say for any toy or game he has ever owned. The ever-changing scenerios within the game keep it fresh and new every time he plays. I am still amazed that such a long and involved game can keep his attention for so long, and for so many times over. I credit that to the excellent animation, music, plot, and over-all challenge of the game. Although he has solved the mystery dozens of times over he still gets excited every time he does it again. ... Read more


137. Dora the Explorer: Lost City Adventure
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00006G98B
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Atari
Sales Rank: 311
Average Customer Review: 2.73 out of 5 stars
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Dora the Explorer has lost her teddy bear! Osito is truly missing, and Dora and her friend Boots believe he has ended up--like all mislaid things--in the mysterious Lost City. Planning an expedition to find Osito becomes complicated, though, when it turns out that Dora is far from the only one missing a personal treasure. Mami Bugga Bugga has lost her children's baby blankets, for one thing, while Pirate Pig has misplaced his hat!

Despite these revelations Dora is on her way soon enough, headed to the Lost City in search of a handful of wayward items. The path is not smooth, however. Obstacles like the Big Pond (where Pirate Pig's minions must be sorted into variously colored boats) and the Number Pyramid (a place for elementary math skills to get a workout) crop up along the route. These and other puzzles cry out to be solved... preferably before Dora continues on her way.

Aimed solidly at players ages 3 and older, Dora the Explorer: Lost City Adventure is a simple game with a straightforward storyline and no unpleasant surprises. The flow of its educational subject matter is frequently broken with animations and songs, making it easier for young gamers to maintain a focus on learning. Its activities are the most basic of skill builders, easily mastered even at their highest levels of difficulty. Lost City Adventure also stimulates user interest by doling out a sprinkling of Spanish vocabulary through its animations, exposing players to a handful of easily learned words from Dora's mother tongue.

As for Dora herself, her good-natured encouragement and enthusiasm for the quest to the Lost City are infectious, and children are certain to respond eagerly to every task she puts before them on the way to rescue Osito. --Alyx Dellamonica ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars My 2 year old LOVES it. Great fun!
My oldest daughter loves Dora and took to this game immediately. She loves to sit on my lap and play and our father-daughter time is often spent on the computer. She can't get enough.

The 3 levels offer a nice change for children that are getting bored with the game. Some puzzles she plays at level 1 where some puzzles she plays at level 3.

The game is VERY educational and fun and it follows the same format as the cartoon does. She'll turn 3 soon and she still loves it.

I'd also recommend Dora's Backpack Adventure (they make a trip to the library), Little People Discovery Airport, Winnie the Pooh (where Pooh gathers all the friends for Eyores birthday party) and Mickey Mouse (where Mickey and Minnie stop off at Goofy's gas station / Daisey's diner).

2-0 out of 5 stars Average at best game; Dora only redeeming feature.
Do not buy this game if you are used to the better quality games Humongous software has produced for NickJR characters in the past: Humongous was sold to Infogames, and well, if this title is indicative, much was lost.

This game is saved only by the appearance of Dora. I really feel the two star rating is generous. My daughter is Dora crazy, and even she shows little to no interest in this game (and she loves edutainment computer games).

The program is not well executed, and there is little asttention to detail. One my daughter noticed was that at the begining of the game Dora collects 5 books to return to the liebrary. When she returns the books at the end of the journey, the colors of the books which come out of the backpack don't match the ones put in, prompting my daughter to ask "what happened to the books we put in Dora's backpack...

1-0 out of 5 stars Dora the Explorer takes you a short and boring journey
My 4 year-old daughter completed this game in less than a half-hour. The short-length of the game actually caused her too cry! I was shocked at the lack of depth in the game given that it weighed in at over 250MB for the install.

She's crying as I type this. "I don't like this game!"

2-0 out of 5 stars Atari must really hate paying customers!!
Well I would give this more stars if Atari support weren't so terrible!! The only reason I give it 2 stars is because my daughter loves Dora and likes playing this game because there are plenty of activities to try and places to go. HOWEVER, Atari seems to want to force you (due to their prehistoric copy-protection scheme) to keep the CD-ROM in the drive at all times in order to play the game! How ridiculous! Even though I paid good money for this game and it installed on my hard drive, it does not let you run it from your hard drive. Atari told me that you need to have the CD-ROM in to play it and they "cannot help me get around the copy protection". Well I don't know about anyone else's toddlers, but my 2 year old just loves to open the CD-ROM and take discs out to play with. So this leaves me out of luck if the disc becomes scratched after she's done with it! I think Atari should trust their paying customers a little more and allow them to install the game FULLY to their hard drive... if for nothing else to protect their investment! I will never buy another game by Atari because of this. They have no regards for their paying customers.

2-0 out of 5 stars Boring!
I have a 3 year old, and after a week, she is already bored with this game. For $20, there should be more to do. It constantly repeats itself, and has no real direction. Very limited number of activities available, and really no variety. I would not recommend this game at all. I am currently reading reviews to find something much more interesting. ... Read more


138. Print Artist Disney's Winnie the Pooh
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005KGU1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sierra
Sales Rank: 3623
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Now you can use all of the classic characters from Winnie the Pooh in your publishing projects! Print Artist Disney: Winnie the Pooh provides everything you need--from fun graphics and layouts to creative ideas--to make your print projects come to life. Get 2,000 high-quality Disney images offering genuine Winnie the Pooh graphics and layouts. You will have everything you need to make creative and unique projects with your favorite Disney character and his friends. Included are all the tools you need to make quick, imaginative projects for friends and family. Personalize all of your projects as well: whether you use the predesigned layouts and templates or create your own, you can personalize them to be one of a kind. Use the software to create greeting cards, banners, brochures, booklets, and more. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Silly old bear .... always making rainy days sunny!
Pooh Print Artist is a great tool for all of you Pooh freaks like me. It is extrememly easy to use and has a ton of different Pooh pictures and lots of different ways to use them. You don't have to be a computer genius to use this software effectively. Even a child could do it, and it's fun, fun, fun!!!!!! ... Read more


139. Rugrats Go Wild/Wild Thornberries (Jewel Case)
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Asin: B0002V4ETK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: THQ
Sales Rank: 3963
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140. Daria's Inferno
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Asin: B00004U8GK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pearson Software
Sales Rank: 1257
Average Customer Review: 3.58 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Simplistic, but fun.
I'll be blunt. This is an easy game with fairly dull and repetitive graphics. But I knew that before I bought it. The real gem in this game is Daria herself. Her sarcastic humor is in classic form here, and I appreciate the decision to use all the original voice actors to play the characters in the game. Gameplay is pretty simple and a nice way to kill an hour or so with no replay value.If you're a diehard "Daria" fan, the fan experience isn't complete without this game. If you're not, don't lose sleep over not having played it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Game!
This is a great game and a must buy for any Daria fan. I just recieved my copy today, it's pretty easy, and only took up 2 and a half hours win it. It starts out with Daria falling asleep while her English Teacher is reading a book about hell, she dreams that she's in her own personal hell and she has to recover some items stolen from the school to wake up. Once you have recovered all the items you wake up.

3-0 out of 5 stars Short, but not sooo simple...
Well, before buying Daria's Inferno I knew and loved the series, of course and I also read all the reviews before eventually deciding to purchase it. I agree that the game is pretty short and offers hardly any extras. However, I disagree with it being so simple as some people said. I may not play as many games as other users, but honestly, who never failed when trying to mess with the heating system in the cellar, for instance? And this is just the first level! Yes it is short but no, it defenitely is not only simple. There are some tricky parts you have to cope with before finishing the game. For the record: I'm 27 and therefore way beyond the age of the target group but probably still a typical Daria fan.
Overall, I liked the game. It's nothing that keeps you awake for endless nights but it offers some fun when you have some spare time. Especially the scenery and the characters are very well done and they really stick close to the show. A must-have for every diehard Daria fan!

2-0 out of 5 stars Cute but way too easy
I can't call this game a total disappointment. I'm a big fan of "Daria," and the game was definitely true to the show. The characters behaved like they do on the show, the voices were all done by the original actors, and the game more or less looked like Lawndale.

Unfortunately, it's not much of a game. It's a combination of far too easy, and too much "hunt the pixel." It's worth playing for the Daria atmosphere, but certainly not for the game itself.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun, but easy
Good game, great for Daria fans. However, if you are just a gaming fan, don't get this. As games go, it is rather easy and will bore you. But, if you want to play this because you are a Daria fan, you will enjoy the humor, video clips, and settings. ... Read more


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