Education

#1 Anagrams

#1 Anagrams

Nintendo Switch - Released - May 14, 2021

Do you enjoy crosswords or word games? Uncover hidden words: connect the letters, interpret the clues, improve your vocabulary, try your memory, challenge yourself and test your English skills. Why waste time finding and downloading thousands of crosswords when #1 Anagrams generates randomly infinite crosswords for you? On top of that you can enjoy the story mode with 200 crosswords sorted by difficulty level, and solve the Daily Anagram (you get a new one every day) which is the same for everyone in the world. Are you up to the challenge? #1 Anagrams is a game made by fans for crosswords and word games that will not let you down!

#1 Anagrams Sudoku Bundle

#1 Anagrams Sudoku Bundle

Nintendo Switch - Released - February 25, 2022

Enjoy 2 great games in 1 with this bundle containing both #1 Anagrams and #1 Sudokus. #1 Anagrams More Crossword Anagrams than you can Shake a Stick at! Do you enjoy crosswords or word games? Uncover hidden words: connect the letters, interpret the clues, improve your vocabulary, try your memory, challenge yourself and test your English skills. #1 Sudokus The game to satiate your sudoku appetites! In #1 Sudokus you'll find a story mode with over 240 sudokus to solve on increasing difficulty levels. On top of that, you can play the daily sudoku, which is going to be the same for everyone in the world and will change every day. Finally, you can also play random sudokus of various difficulties.

1 - 2 - 3 Sequence Me

Apple II - Released - 1991

1 - 2 - 3 Sequence Me is an educational game for the Apple II. The player must place items in the order that they are performed. The player can be shown pictures, text, or a combination of both. The game was made in 1988, but not released until 1991.

1 2 3

1 2 3

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1986

A simple education and learning game.

1 x 1 Kampf

Commodore 64 - Homebrew - 2002

Tiger-Crew-Disk #104 (11/2002). This was a public domain educational maths game. It's actually a German language remake of another PD educational game called Combination Wars which came out in 1978.

10 Little Robots

10 Little Robots

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Ten Little Robots is an educational game for preschoolers. It teaches math and computer use and consists of five activities that all involve robots: The Robot Story: An interactive rhyme where the story is read out and the player has to fill in how many robots are still remaining. Letter Match: The game shows a letter and the player has to locate it on the keyboard and press it. Count The Robots: A number of robots are shown and the player has to count them and enter the right number. Robot Addition: The player has to answer simple addition problems by entering the right sum. Robot Drawing (8-bit version only): A drawing game where the player moves a robot between paint pots of different colors and can freely draw on the screen. Robot Construction (16-bit version only): The player gets to build a robot by choosing from different parts. First a body is chosen and then heads, legs and arms can be selected in any order.

10 voor Taal

10 voor Taal

Windows - Released - January 26, 2000

With this third edition of the Tien voor Taal CD-ROM, you can also test your language skills, just like the well-known Dutch and Flemish people who participate in the television program of the same name. You can find more than 2500 new tasks on this CD-ROM. New game components In addition to familiar games such as "Find the Error", "Homonyms" and the brainwashing "Cryptocurrencies", there are now three completely new components on this CD-ROM, namely "Word Reach", "How I Say It Easy" and "Word Exchange". A short, clear explanation is given for each mistake, which teaches you the new spelling rules as you play. Enrich your knowledge of the Dutch language with the help of Tien voor Taal!

100 Classic Books

100 Classic Books

Nintendo DS - Released - June 13, 2010

100 Classic Books transforms the Nintendo DS family of products into a library of timeless literature, highlighted by 100 works from authors such as William Shakespeare, Jules Verne, Jane Austen, Mark Twain and more. Readers can adjust the size of text, place bookmarks and even download new content via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service (broadband Internet connection required). 100 timeless literary works—Shakespeare, Austen & more Like a portable bookshelf, available at a great value Find a title for you with the built-in book guide As of May 20, 2014, the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service for Nintendo DSi and Wii systems has been retired. Online features of this game are no longer available after this date but this game still provides an entertaining experience in offline mode.

100-Go de Start! Eikaiwa

Nintendo Wii - Unreleased

Release of this game was cancelled.

101-piki Wan-chan: Wan-chan Daikoushin!

101-piki Wan-chan: Wan-chan Daikoushin!

Sega Pico - Released - 1996

101-piki Wan-chan: Wan-chan Daikoushin! is an Arithmetic game, developed by Appaloosa Interactive and published by Sega, which was released in 1996.

102 Dalmatians Activity Center

102 Dalmatians Activity Center

Windows - Released - November 14, 2000

Disney's 102 Dalmatians Activity Center features a variety of activities overseen by 102 rambunctious puppies. Players will select from six characters and then follow their chosen canine through a journey that takes them from London to Tokyo. Gamers will encounter such games as Chow Time, Operation Dalmatian, and Verdogo.

123 Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival: The Videogame

123 Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival: The Videogame

Nintendo DS - Released - October 19, 2010

Sesame Street: Cookie's Counting Carnival is a Sesame Street video game released on October 19, 2010 from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the Microsoft Windows, the Wii, and Nintendo DS. The Wii version came packaged with a Cookie Monster "gameplay helper", a soft plush cover for the Wiimote that hides unnecessary buttons. The Nintendo DS version comes with a special stylus. There are 14 minigames in the Wii, Nintendo DS and PC versions, and 12 games in all the versions.

123 Sesame Street: Elmo's A-to-Zoo Adventure: The Videogame

123 Sesame Street: Elmo's A-to-Zoo Adventure: The Videogame

Nintendo DS - Released - October 19, 2010

JOIN ELMO AND ZOE ON AN ALPHABET ADVENTURE! - Learning can be fun with the help of Sesame Street characters! - Fosters literacy skills, including letter identification, letter sounds, and word families. - Features easy to follow audio-visual directions - Use a second Wii Remote to drop-in and assist when needed. - Game difficulty adapts to your child's level.

123 Sesame Street: Ready, Set, Grover! With Elmo: The Videogame

123 Sesame Street: Ready, Set, Grover! With Elmo: The Videogame

Nintendo DS - Released - August 2, 2011

Go on a healthy habits adventure with your favorite Sesame Street friends! Join Grover, Elmo, and Abby Cadabby on an exciting obstacle course that encourages healthy habits through fun, active gameplay. Features: • Promotes healthy habits for life including physical activity, good nutrition, hygiene, and rest and relaxation.• Provides easy to follow audiovisual directions.• Nintendo DS version includes a Grover Jumbo Click Stylus, making it easier for your child to grip and play.

123-Talk

123-Talk

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

123-Talk is a shareware, single-player, package of educational games whose distinguishing feature is that it provides audio feedback and encouragement to the pupil. Note: The audio is horrifying. The package consists of the following mini games: * Keyboard Banger 123: When it starts the game paints a pattern on screen using a digit in multiple colours, When the child hits the keyboard the digit is displayed centre screen and the game says 'Try saying this number .......', then the pattern is wiped and a new one is drawn using a new digit. * 123 Song: The numbers one to twenty are shown on screen and a child sings them in sequence. * Your Phone Number Is: This displays a phone number enunciating each digit so that the pupil learns to say the number and to recognise it. * Find the Number Game: The game displays a digit on screen and asks the pupil to find that number on the keyboard. * Easy Counting Game: The game displays coloured balloons on the screen and asks the pupil 'How Many Balloons?' The pupil answers by pressing the appropriate number on the keyboard and the game asks the same question of a different number of balloons. * Addition Game: The game asks simple sums such as 'What does 3 + 2 make?' The pupil is aided by the display of two groups of balloons, three in one and two in the other. They answer and the game moves on to another question. * Subtraction Game: The same as the Addition Game but these are take-away sums. * Easy Draw II: This is purely for fun. The game area becomes a blackboard and the player can draw on it by holding down the left mouse button and moving the mouse. The right mouse button changes the colour of the chalk. All games are played with the mouse. There are simple sound effects and lots of a very supportive, very American lady's voice.

1789 La Révolution Française

Atari ST - Released - 1989

1893: A World's Fair Mystery

1893: A World's Fair Mystery

Windows - Released - April 24, 2003

1893: A World's Fair Mystery is a historical mystery text-based adventure game using very detailed factual information regarding the famous 1893 World's Fair. Chicago historian Peter Nepstad was the one-person creator and researcher of the game. You play a detective who is looking into a diamond theft but eventually come upon kidnapping and murder as well which seem to be linked to a grander plot. There are 500 historical photographs used throughout the game, and numerous locations throughout the fair which will take many hours to discover and explore. If you get stuck, there are a visitor's guide to the fair, a map of the grounds and in-game hints if you can find them.

1893: A World's Fair Mystery

1893: A World's Fair Mystery

Apple Mac OS - Released - April 24, 2003

1893: A World's Fair Mystery is a historical mystery text-based adventure game using very detailed factual information regarding the famous 1893 World's Fair. Chicago historian Peter Nepstad was the one-person creator and researcher of the game. You play a detective who is looking into a diamond theft but eventually come upon kidnapping and murder as well which seem to be linked to a grander plot. There are 500 historical photographs used throughout the game, and numerous locations throughout the fair which will take many hours to discover and explore. If you get stuck, there are a visitor's guide to the fair, a map of the grounds and in-game hints if you can find them.

1943 Berlin Blitz

1943 Berlin Blitz

Windows - Released - October 4, 2018

In September 1943, a BBC reporter boarded a plane on an allied bombing raid over Berlin. The incredible recording he returned with forms the basis of this breathtaking experience by BBC Northern Ireland and Immersive VR Education, putting you inside a Lancaster bomber as it navigates a most dangerous journey.

2 in 1: Music for Kids + Englisch Macht Spass: Eine Reise nach London!

2 in 1: Music for Kids + Englisch Macht Spass: Eine Reise nach London!

Nintendo DS - Released - August 16, 2013

The music program consists of 15 smaller games that train different skills such as rhythm and melody. The English program comes with a speech recognition program and gives points when the player nails the pronunciation.

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Professor Aronnax, his faithful servant, Conseil, and the Canadian harpooner, Ned Land, begin an extremely hazardous voyage to rid the seas of a little-known and terrifying sea monster. However, the "monster" turns out to be the giant submarine, Nautilus, commanded by the mysterious Captain Nemo, by whom they are soon held captive. So begins not only one of the great adventure classics by Jules Verne, the "Father of Science Fiction", but also a truly fantastic voyage from the lost city of Atlantis to the South Pole. The disc features dramatic narration, word definitions, animation, music, sound effects and a reading comprehension quiz. The program's main menu has options for reading the story, taking a quiz or exiting back to the Finder.

2048 Battles

2048 Battles

Nintendo Switch - Released - September 20, 2019

Enjoy the classic game up to 8 players! Play with history and rediscover various trivia. Play with friends or enemies with three different modes and yup to 8 players! Enjoy classic 2048, move game, time game and more! Try different puzzle game situations, play alone or in multiplayer, and travel through different history periods. Game can be played up to 8 players! Try 2 players, 4 players and 8 players mode!

20th Century Video Almanac

20th Century Video Almanac

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1993

In The Best of Our Century, we've taken multimedia to dizzying new heights and you control the ride! Relive the most earthshaking events of the 20th century. Touch down on the moon with the Apollo astronauts. Relive Woodstock. Attend President Kennedy's inauguration. Take a front row seat for the incredible 1916 World Series. This multimedia reference work uses one of the world's largest archives of historical video to produce a visual encyclopedia of the century, with audio, photos, and text. The 20th Century Video Almanac provides a broad look at the events that shaped our world.

2-3-5-7

2-3-5-7

Windows - Released - March 6, 2021

2-3-5-7 is a game to test how well you recognize prime numbers. Swipe left and right to answer if a given number is prime, and see how high a chain of correct answers you can reach. With 3 different difficulty levels, you can tune the challenge to your preferences.

250 Mannin no Kanken: Wii de Tokoton Kanji Nou

250 Mannin no Kanken: Wii de Tokoton Kanji Nou

Nintendo Wii - Released - July 31, 2008

250 Mannin no Kanken: Wii de Tokoton Kanji Nou is official educational Han exam software designed to improve users' Kanji skills and prepare for the Kanji/Han. It includes a big data base of different words and has multiple modes including learning, dictionary, quiz, and even writing practice.

2D Game Maker

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1988

2D Game Maker is a game making engine/construction kit for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum developed by Jonathan Small and Sean Timarco Baggaley and published by CRL Group PLC in 1988.

2x2

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

2x2 is a game for learning multiplication tables. The game is a Tetris variant. The game takes place in the same manner, except that the player does not stack bricks but digits. The player's task is to choose the correct digit arising from a multiplication operation. If correct, the selection is deleted, if not, it remains. After three correct answers in a row one incorrect block is removed. The game allows players to configure advanced multiplication tables and determine which part of the mathematical equation they will complement.

3, 2, 1... WordsUp!

3, 2, 1... WordsUp!

Nintendo DS - Released - July 5, 2012

Show your command of a range of languages in 3, 2, 1... WordsUp! Build the maximum number of words with the same combination of letters, and do it before your time runs out or you will lose! Challenge yourself in this unique game of wit and skill. Practise your mental agility and knowledge of languages in 3, 2, 1... WordsUp!

3-choume no Tama: Momo-chan wa Doko!

3-choume no Tama: Momo-chan wa Doko!

Sega Pico - Released - 1994

3-choume no Tama: Momo-chan wa Doko! is an Educational: Social game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1994.

3D Atlas

3D Atlas

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1994

The World Isn't Flat. Why Should Your Atlas Be? Multidimensional Imagery and Navigation - 3D spinning globes - Nine zoom levels of detail - Thousands of satellite images - 3D flights Integrated Geographical Approach - Environmental globe - Physical globe - Political globe Interactive Multimedia Exhibits - Satellite photos of major cities - Dozens of video documentaries - Time lapse photography - Thousands of statistics Examine our world in 3 different visual contexts - environemental, physical and political.

3D Atlas '98

3D Atlas '98

Windows 3.X - Released - 1997

3D Atlas is an educational title which boasts 3D graphics on twelve different types of spinning globes, time lapse video sequences animations showing changes to the planer such as the destruction of the ozone layer and more. This version includes what is described as 'a challenging quiz' called 'Around The World' which can be played by one to three players. In their turn each player faces a round of five questions. Each question is timed and is worth a certain amount of points or air-miles, but that value decreases over time. When a round has been completed the game shows a humorous video of some form of transport, usually early aircraft. When all players have completed their round the game shoes a representation of the earth and how far the players have traveled with their accumulated air miles. Questions are obviously based on geography and countries of the world. Identifying a natoins flag is a common kind of question as is recognising a country from a picture of its scenery or a local market, knowledge of capital cities and major exports helps too. The quiz ends when a player has made a complete circuit of the earth. The scoreboard does not show high scores because a trip around the earth is always the same distance, instead it shows the percentage of questions answered correctly.

3-D Body Adventure

3-D Body Adventure

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

3-D Body Adventure is a comprehensive human anatomy learning game. This program combines the most exciting games, activities and reference tools designed especially for kids, using advanced 3-D visualization technology. Traveling through a virtual reality human body, 3-D Body Adventure lets kids see the inner workings of the human body like never before. This human anatomy learning adventure is so amazing that your child will be hooked on science forever.

3D Construction Kit

3D Construction Kit

MS-DOS - Released - 1991

This package allows users to create their own 3D worlds, using technology related to the Freescape universe seen in games such as Castle Master and Driller / Space Station Oblivion. Pull-down menus allow objects to be created and positioned, with movement loops and simple animation defined. A network of rooms can be created. A simple BASIC-style language is integrated to allow puzzles and conditions (open a door when a key in placed into it, for example). You can also include enemies which must be shot. At any moment you can enter the gameworld to test it.

3-D Dinosaur Adventure

3-D Dinosaur Adventure

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

3-D Dinosaur Adventure is an educational game about the many types of dinosaurs from Earth's past. As the title suggests, the game has several areas that make use of the included blue-red 3-D glasses that make the dinosaurs appear to leap off the computer screen. Kids can learn using the reference encyclopedia section to explore when or where the dinosaurs lived, how they evolved, and what survival methods they used. The title has several learning activities that take advantage of the wealth of fossil photo records and illustrations for visual recognition of dinosaurs. It also has a movie theater that shows the dinosaurs' anatomy so that the kids understand the biology of the creatures. The 3-D museum allows you to walk around in a virtual museum, using your 3-D glasses to really bring impact to the creatures as they pop off the screen. The game layout is stylized like a theme park, and has four main areas to explore with hidden items to find and experience.

3-D Dinosaur Adventure: Anniversary Edition

3-D Dinosaur Adventure: Anniversary Edition

Windows 3.X - Released - February 1, 1997

The Anniversary Edition is a re-release of the original game 3-D Dinosaur Adventure. New to this version is a separate disc with a small program called "Art-a-Saurus" which lets the player make pictures using paint, moving dinosaurs or non moving ones, music and lots of backgrounds to choose from. Also included with the package is an authentic fossil. 3D Dinosaur Adventure is an educational game that gives info about Dinosaurs and early life on earth. Their are nine activities featured in the game including: "Save the Dinosaur", "Dinosaur movies" and "3D Dinosaur Museum", "Create a Saurus", "Photo Safari", "Dinosaur Encyclopedia", "Name a Saurus", "Make a Match" and "Dinosaur Storybook". When you pick the game you want to play you will have a ride through one of three timezones Triassic Tour, Jurassic Jungle and Cretaceous Corner. Each of them have 3D Dinosaurs in the background and give detail of what it was like during the time period. Their is also a help section that shows a whole map of the time area and tells you what prehistoric animals appear in that area.

3D Graphics

Sinclair ZX Spectrum

3D Hypermaths

3D Hypermaths

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D Hypermaths is an educational action game that teaches children, 8 years and older, maths with a selection of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, with various levels of difficulty. The child controls a spacecraft, moving left or right, looking behind it which is flying into the screen down a tunnel to escape a Black Hole over various levels. The child must give the answer to a maths problem and if the correct answer is given then they receive a letter making up the word HYPER, but if the wrong answer is given then they lose part of their shield which is made up of ten parts. As they answer the questions, meteors fly through the tunnel towards the spacecraft and these must be avoided or part of the shield is lost when hit and when the shield is empty then it is game over. Once the word HYPER is made and an extra problem solved then the child can attempt a HyperJump which sees two coloured walls with a gap in between, move to the left and right. The child must keep the spacecraft in the gap without touching the wall or parts of the shield is lost once again. Once the HyperJump is completed then the next level is played with some lost parts of the shield received.

3D Mover

3D Mover

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Cad Utility

3D Naslov

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Utility: Visual/Screen

3D Pets: Splat! The Cat

Windows - 1997

3d Pets: Splat! The Cat is one in a series of nine virtual pets released by Neechez Innovation Limited. All the games play in a similar manner. When installed the player has two new programs in the Windows Start menu, hatch.exe and, with this game, pcpet.exe. All creatures are first hatched, there are nine cats to hatch but only one can be alive at a time and the game only allows the player to hatch egg number one when the game is first played. Each virtual pet needs at least ten minutes attention per day and if treated well it lives for sixty days at which point it becomes an egg again at which point a new egg is hatched and the process of training begins all over again. The game screen consists of a background around which the cat moves, in the upper left is a fish skeleton which is a hotspot for the game control menu, in the upper right is a question mark which opens the in-game help. The game control menu comprises a series of numbers and icons, the numbers show the cat's current status, some of the icons move the player from one location to another while others turn the cursor into one of the cat's toys. The game is basic and quite easy to play, thought buttons appear over the cat's head showing whether it's hungry or wants to play. When in the kitchen the player can open a cupboard to get cat food, or they can open the fridge to get milk, to put into the feeding bowls. In the TV room the TV can be turned on to entertain the cat and if the fire is lit the cat will fall asleep in front of it. If the player is unable to play with their pet for a few days the game has a 'babysitter' function which automatically cares for the cat until the owner returns. The game also allows the player to play 'Connect 4' with their pet.

3D Plot

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

3D Plotter

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Utility: Maths/Science

3D Show

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

Built around the graphics engine of "Starion"

3D Smooth

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released

Utility: Visual/Screen

3D Thinking Lab

3D Thinking Lab

Windows 3.X - Released - 1998

An educational game for ages 8-12, 3D Thinking Lab trains students to visualize solids. Lessons range from the easy (Is this shape a cylinder?), to the complex. (Which of these unfolded hexagonal prisms match this shape?) There are 26 lessons included, as well as Dr Gee's Solid Shifter Machine, which lets kids build their own shapes, and see them in 3D.

4 Gamea for Children

4 Gamea for Children

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

4 Games for Children is a multi language educational game for the ZX Spectrum. It was developed and published by Kindersoft in 1984.

4 Games for Children

4 Games for Children

Oric Atmos - Released - 1983

4 multilanguage educational games for children focusing on math.

4 Games for Children

4 Games for Children

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

A multilanguage educational game consisting of 4 games, all focusing on math.

4 Kyouka Perfect Clear DS

4 Kyouka Perfect Clear DS

Nintendo DS - Released - 2013

4 Travellers: Play French

4 Travellers: Play French

Nintendo DS - Released - July 12, 2010

Challenge your family and friends in a new digital board game, and at the same time learn your first words in a new language together. You compete in a foreign hotel where the goal is to acquire objects, money and friends. Your ability to strategise and learn fast is essential. The game is suitable for both young and old, and no previous knowledge is necessary.

4 Travellers: Play Spanish

4 Travellers: Play Spanish

Nintendo DS - Released - March 8, 2010

4 TRAVELLERS can be played alone or together with friends and at the same time teach you new words in Spanish. The game is suitable for both young and old, and no previous knowledge is necessary. The more you play the more your Spanish vocabulary increases. You can also play and learn with the mini-games’ unique learning mode. The game is perfect to bring on your trip, and over 240 carefully selected words are included specifically for this occasion.

4Chandemo2 es Spectone1 Leiras

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

50/50

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1993

5-Nen Kanji Keisan Nigate Hunter DS

5-Nen Kanji Keisan Nigate Hunter DS

Nintendo DS - Released - 2014

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 1

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 1

Sega Pico - Released - 1999

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 1 is an Educational game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1999.

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 2

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 2

Sega Pico - Released - 1999

6000-nin no Sensei-tachi ga Tsukutta Tanoshii Shougakkou Tanken 2 is an Educational game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1999.

64 French Tutorial

64 French Tutorial

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

An educational French language teaching game developed by Michael Quigley and published by COMPUTE! Publications, Inc. in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1984/04 (Issue #10). It was also published in COMPUTE!'s Commodore Collection - Vol.2.

7 Little Words

Android - Released

If you enjoy crossword puzzles, word finds, anagrams or trivia quizzes, you're going to love 7 Little Words! Each bite-size puzzle consists of 7 clues, 7 mystery words, and 20 tiles with groups of letters. Solve the clues and unscramble the letter tiles to find the puzzle answers.

700 Mannin no Atama o Yokusuru: Chou Keisan DS: 13000 Mon + Image Keisan

700 Mannin no Atama o Yokusuru: Chou Keisan DS: 13000 Mon + Image Keisan

Nintendo DS - Released - March 12, 2009

89: La Revolution Francaise

89: La Revolution Francaise

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

89: La Revolution Francaise is a four player historical education game, developed by Nicolas Gohin, Didier Quentin and David Alonso, and published by Legend, which was released in Europe in 1989. It focuses on the history of the French Revolution.

9 to 5 Typing

9 to 5 Typing

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

9 to 5 Typing is an educational game for learning 10 finger typing on the C64. In one of the typing games, a woman is running away from a man. When you take too long time to type the random words, the man will catch her. If you type fast enough she will successfully run away from him. In another typing game a woman will swing a lasso. When you type fast enough she will throw the lasso around the neck of the man standing opposite of her.

911 Paramedic

Windows - January 1, 2002

Go where the action is as a 911 Paramedic. You answer the calls - You arrive at the scene first - and You are the one who can make a difference. The difference between life and death! Experience first-hand what it's like to ride inside the ambulance speeding to the scene of a medical emergency, a horrific accident, or a brutal street fight. Quick, level-headed thinking is a must in these situations when stress peaks and emotions flair. With your trusty hand-held computer, you have all the informational resources at your fingertips to help you make the important decisions ahead. Your ambulance comes equipped with all the nifty tools of the trade. Talk with persons at the scene to be sure your documentation is complete and accurate. Stabilize your patients then accompany them as they are transported to the nearest hospital or clinic. The game has three modes of difficulty, a point-and-click mouse-driven interface and an in-game hint system. There are 35 true-to-life emergency situations to conquer. You begin as an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). Points are awarded for successes and detracted for mistakes. Do well and you could achieve the highest level of expertise - EMT Paramedic!

99 Nendohan: Eitango Center 1500

99 Nendohan: Eitango Center 1500

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - July 10, 1998

99 Nendohan: Eitango Center 1500 is a Miscellaneous game, developed by C-Lab and published by Imagineer, which was released in Japan in 1998.

99 Quest: Elementary School Mathematics App: Pokémon Version

99 Quest: Elementary School Mathematics App: Pokémon Version

Android - Released - October 6, 2015

A Bee C's

A Bee C's

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

A Bee C's is an educational game for little children. It teaches the alphabet by using a hardware speech module addon (Magic Voice) for the C64. You can either learn the letters or play a game where you have to find the correct letters. This was only one of three programs released that supported Commodore's Magic Voice Speech module, the other two being GORF, and Wizard of Wor.

A Bug's Life

A Bug's Life

Sega Pico - Released - 1999

A Bug's Life is an Educational game, developed and published by Sega, which was released in 1999.

A Bug's Life: Activity Centre

A Bug's Life: Activity Centre

Sony Playstation - Released - December 1, 1999

Laugh and play through the fun-filled world of A Bug's Life! In this exciting Activity Centre from Disney you can take part in loads of fun activities, puzzles and games as well as learn fascinating facts about bugs - all from a bug's point of view! Features: First person perspective 2D Graphics Cartoon Graphics Fantasy theme.

A Child is Born

A Child is Born

Philips CD-i - Released - 1993

A Child is Born is a miscellaneous game, developed by Electronic Sound and Pictures Limited and published by Philips Media, which was released in Europe in 1993.

A Color Clown Comes to Town

Windows 3.X - Released - 1997

A Colour Clown Comes to Town is an activity CD-ROM based on the original picture book by Jane Belk Moncure. It consists of five activities. Animated Storybook: read the story in an interactive manner. Children can also record their own story with up to four people reading. - Cleanup Game: Laura asks the child a colour, and he/she has to choose the object which matches what she says. - Mixing Room: mix different colours together, or follow Laura’s instructions. - Squirt Room: match up the colours with an object. - Paint Room: draw pictures and print creations, or use the characters from the story using a collection of stickers included in the program. Also included on the CD-ROM are Out-Of-Computer Activities, which can be printed for more fun, such as a colour bingo game.

A Contar

A Contar

Dragon 32/64 - Released

A Spanish language educational math/counting game for children

A Day at the Beach With the Fuzzooly Family

A Day at the Beach With the Fuzzooly Family

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

This entry in the Puddle Books series teaches children ages three to eight the importance of helping others and respecting the environment. In the main screen, the player can select a storyteller, and navigate through the pages. On each page of the story, the selected storyteller reads the page out loud. Clicking on the picture on the right of the page leads the child to an activity. In some pages, a song will play with animation accompanying it before leading to the activity. The game features reading comprehension and vocabulary.

A or An

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

Educational game that primarily teaches grammar. Was part of CBM Public Domain - English I

A Scrambled Word Game

Commodore PET - Released - 1980

A Scrambled Word Game lets the player guess at the word that is being scrambled. The game keeps track of the amount of right and wrong guesses. There's no skipping words, to continue to a next word the player must first find the right word. The game was released in 1980 by an unknown developer.

A Story

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

A Story is a computerized version of the popular Mad Libs word game for the Commodore 64. It was developed by Pat Tubbs, and released in 1983 as part of CBM Public Domain - English I.

A to Zap!

A to Zap!

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

A to Zap! is an educational spelling game. In the game itself, the player clicks on an alphabet block to see how the words are spelled out, and once read, a toy will appear leading to an activity, for example, the letter “A” takes the player into a skywriting activity where the player can draw the selected letter of the alphabet with the help of an airplane. This is to teach young children pre-reading skills, and the targeted age group is three to six.

A Visit to Sesame Street: Letters

A Visit to Sesame Street: Letters

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1991

The main menu of the game is a scrolling two-dimensional computer animation of Sesame Street hosted by Telly Monster. He follows the player as they choose what doors to go into for different games. Locations include Big Bird's nest, Snuffy's cave (which is depicted here as located behind the courtyard), and Ernie and Bert's apartment. As with its companion Numbers, this game features posthumous voice-over work by Jim Henson as Ernie and Kermit the Frog. A special thanks message to Henson is seen at the end credits.

A Visit to Sesame Street: Numbers

A Visit to Sesame Street: Numbers

Philips CD-i - January 1, 1992

This game is meant to help children learn basic math skills such as simple addition and learning to count. The player controls a star that can scroll over interactive objects. Most objects that are clicked on give the player a short animation sequence. The game also contains radios and television sets, that when selected, let the player listen to songs and watch animated clips from the television series, respectively. The game features over an hour of footage from the television series, including songs about numbers. There is also a phone which the player can use to call a muppet and books that are read to the player.

a,b,c

a,b,c

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1987

Aardrijkskunde

Aardrijkskunde

Microsoft MSX - Released - 1985

Aardvark Attack

Aardvark Attack

Commodore VIC-20 - Released - 1983

An educational typing game developed by Todd Heimarck for the Commodore VIC-20 and published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1983/10 (Issue #4) This game was "ported" to the Commodore 64 in the following issue: COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1983/11 (Issue #5)

Aardvark Attack

Aardvark Attack

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

An educational typing game created by Marc Sugiyama and published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1983/11 (Issue #5). It was also translated to Dutch and released in Courbois Software #64s09. It's actually a "port" of a game released in the previous issue of the magazine (issue #4) for the VIC-20, although that was developed by Todd Heimarck.

Aarre Safari Ride

Aarre Safari Ride

Windows - Released - July 19, 2019

Aarre Safari Ride is a game about collecting key parts inside the jungle with a jeep. Most of the key parts are hidden inside coconuts due to some weird and unforeseen circumstance. Keys will open one of the countless chests you own for some reason, and the chests might contain car parts, car paints or stickers. You can make your own jungle environment with the stickers! This is a game about fun and collecting stuff and just driving endlessly and breaking coconuts with a hammer and making sticker pages, so go ahead and download. This is available on almost everything. You can probably even sideload it on an android TV as long as you have a mouse and keyboard connected! Yay!

ABC

ABC

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1983

ABC is an educational game that aims to teach primary school children (5-8 years old) spelling. The game starts with asking the playing to press a key. An object beginning at that letter is then drawn on the screen along with a caption of what the picture depicts. After a few seconds the caption will disappear, and the player's task now is to spell the word right. If correct the player will be rewarded with flashing colors and a happy little tune.

ABC Caterpillar

ABC Caterpillar

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

APC Caterpillar is designed to star your child's adventure in learning in a thrilling and enjoyable manner. Each three to eight year old player controls a bright green caterpillar to help him learn the alphabet and how to spell. The goal is to collect points for having the caterpillar eat the letters in the appropriate order. There are 5 separate games that can be played: Alphabet Game, First Letter Game, 3 Letter Game, 4 Letter Game and Butterfly Draw. ABC Caterpillar is a marvelous tool for beginning your child's quest for knowledge.

ABC Coloring Town

ABC Coloring Town

Windows - Released - May 30, 2016

ABC Coloring Town offers a creative playground for children and is a fun way to learn Basic English pronunciation and words. Explore and learn letters from the alphabet as you visit cute houses full of pretty pictures to paint.

ABC...Lift-Off

ABC...Lift-Off

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1983

This spectacular program contains a computer-based picture alphabet for young children, plus a game encouraging letter and word recognition. Longman Software - the new generation of learning materials. Each program is based on well-tried educational theories, brought alive by the creative wizardry of modern technology. Your children will be spellbound. At home, 4-8 year olds can discover, by themselves and for themselves, an adventure wonderland of early skills and abilities. The colour and movement on screen will fire their imagination. They will be stimulated and encouraged to enjoy addition and subtraction, spelling and word recognition. The wonder of the computer, the power of its appeal and the balanced variety of games and activities will keep your child fascinated, absorbed...and learning.

ABC: Alphabet Beasts & Co.

Apple II - Released - 1983

Alphabet Beasts & Co. is an educational game for children that teaches them about spelling and numbers. The game is divided into three sections. The first part involves pressing a letter on the keyboard. Doing this will bring up a scene that includes something or someone beginning with that letter. Below this is information describing the scene. The word in uppercase letters is what is in that scene. Pressing the letter again will cause the game to draw it bigger over three lines. Pressing a number takes children to the numbers section. Whatever number that is pressed will be printed in big letters on the right side of the screen. Like the first section, pressing the number again causes the game to print the number over three lines. Above this area is a blank picture, and when a number is pressed, a dragon will appear from the right side and flame the picture, causing the picture to reveal a picture with something resembling the number, and the dragon will be duplicated a number of times next to the picture depending on what number the child presses on the keyboard (unless they pressed the number '0'). Pressing the [Space] bar allows children to play “Creature Features”. This involves them using the joystick to cycle through different heads, bodies, and legs (one at a time) then pressing [Return] to make their selection. Once all these features have been selected, the character they just made will appear in a random scene. After a few moments, they can repeat the process.

ABC: Alphabet Beasts & Co.

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Alphabet Beasts & Co. is an educational game for children that teaches them about spelling and numbers. The game is divided into three sections. The first part involves pressing a letter on the keyboard. Doing this will bring up a scene that includes something or someone beginning with that letter. Below this is information describing the scene. The word in uppercase letters is what is in that scene. Pressing the letter again will cause the game to draw it bigger over three lines. Pressing a number takes children to the numbers section. Whatever number that is pressed will be printed in big letters on the right side of the screen. Like the first section, pressing the number again causes the game to print the number over three lines. Above this area is a blank picture, and when a number is pressed, a dragon will appear from the right side and flame the picture, causing the picture to reveal a picture with something resembling the number, and the dragon will be duplicated a number of times next to the picture depending on what number the child presses on the keyboard (unless they pressed the number '0'). Pressing the [Space] bar allows children to play “Creature Features”. This involves them using the joystick to cycle through different heads, bodies, and legs (one at a time) then pressing [Return] to make their selection. Once all these features have been selected, the character they just made will appear in a random scene. After a few moments, they can repeat the process.

Abyss

Abyss

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

In this game you play the role of an adventurer who must make his way across the perilous abyss which many others before him have failed to do. The game starts with you seeing the network of bridges from a birds eye view and you have to decide which way to go as hanging around on the bridges for to long results in you falling into the abyss below. When you get off a bridge you are issued a challenge from the various monsters you encounter which ranges from mathematical questions to negotiating your way through various mazes. The goal of the game is to reach the end of the mountain of the golden lion which is represented by a flashing F.

Abyss

Abyss

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

In this game you play the role of an adventurer who must make his way across the perilous abyss which many others before him have failed to do. The game starts with you seeing the network of bridges from a birds eye view and you have to decide which way to go as hanging around on the bridges for to long results in you falling into the abyss below. When you get off a bridge you are issued a challenge from the various monsters you encounter which ranges from mathematical questions to negotiating your way through various mazes. The goal of the game is to reach the end of the mountain of the golden lion which is represented by a flashing F.

ABZoo

ABZoo

Atari ST - Released - 1989

ABZoo is a Children's educational puzzle game created by Excalibur Computing & Learning in 1989.

ABZoo

ABZoo

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

ABZoo is Educational game, developed by Excalibur Computing & Learning and published by Indi, which was released in 1989.

Acceleration

Acceleration

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

CBM Public Domain - Games I aka Games I: Commodore Public Domain Games. This is an interesting physics games which requires the use of a calculator.

Accident

Accident

Windows - Released - October 14, 2020

Take on the role of a journalist in Accident as you investigate old car accident cases and help victims by performing first aid and other safety measures. As you go through the case, investigate to find clues and piece together what happened.

Ace Mathician

Ace Mathician

Nintendo DS - Released - July 12, 2012

Ever wondered why you needed to learn maths at school? The answer is simple: to change the world! And that’s exactly what you get to do in this game! You play as a cute Koala named Ace who loves fruit! Unfortunately, a few delicious pieces of fruit are just out of reach and you need to change the positions of platforms to get to the fruit! You can change the positions of each platform by entering a mathematical formula. There’s no right or wrong answer, and every formula the player comes up with will have an effect on the world! Who knew maths could be as fun as drawing? There are many possible ways to finish a level... be creative! Later levels will feature enemies and traps, keeping the game challenging - and while you’re at it, you can collect stars for a better score!

Ace Vocab Select

Ace Vocab Select

Jupiter Ace - Released - 1983

ACME Animation Factory

ACME Animation Factory

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1994

Get set to"draw, pard'ner"-- and design, paint and animate, too! Acme Animation Factory is more than a video game. It actually lets you create your own cartoon adventures starring your favorite Looney Tunes friends! - Create and save cartoons to watch any time! - Choose from a full menu of Looney Tunes scenes and characters, or draw your own! - Color your creation any way you want, then add titles and create music! - Use your control pad or the Nintendo mouse to make it even easier! Step into the Acme Animation Factory. You'll come out cartoon crazy!

Action Man: Arctic Adventure

Action Man: Arctic Adventure

Windows - March 8, 2002

Action Man once again tries to foil Dr. X from conquering the world in this game based on the animated TV series. The polar ice caps are going to be melted with the help of Tempest, another archenemy who can control the weather. There are nine action-filled missions, with some educational content as well, through ice storms, frozen wastelands and murky underwater locations. These include Drop Zone Helicopter, Thermal Threat Spying, Robot Penguin, Cave Chaos, Polar Bike, Jetpack Jigsaw, Scuba Skills, Supersonic Sub-Traction, and Terror Tunnel Trail missions. Gadgets and vehicles from the Action Man toy line are included in the game such as helicopters, polar bikes and jet packs. Kids can print out colourful awards, medals and certificates. Also, they can design, colour and print Action Man outfits and pictures.

Active Health with Carol Vorderman

Active Health with Carol Vorderman

Nintendo DS - Released - August 7, 2009

Active Health with Carol Vorderman comes packed with a sleek, specially designed pedometer, called an Activity Meter, which monitors your activity levels throughout the day when placed in your bag or pocket. Carol provides you with a daily step target and at the end of each day you simply point the Activity Meter at the Nintendo DS, like a TV remote control, and with one click of the button your data will be sent to your DS by infrared signal. Additional activity can also be entered into the software so whether you go for a long walk, a swim or do some gardening, it will all count towards your daily activity goal. You can input your Wii Fit activity into Active Health to keep track of additional exercises completed on the Wii. On the path to reaching your goal, you can earn incentive points by maintaining exercise levels and selecting healthy food options as part of your diet programme. As points are earned, additional features such as new background music and images become unlocked. Active Health with Carol Vorderman also offers a variety of fun mini-games to help motivate you to keep healthy such as the Walking Challenge which converts your steps into miles so you can attempt to walk the distance between Land’s End and John O’Groats! To help improve your knowledge of the calorie count of popular foods Calorie Count Up is a mini game you can play alone or against Carol. You have to choose items from a selection shown on screen and see if you can reach the target of 1,000 calories. Active Health with Carol Vorderman is a simple and motivating way to get you on track to a healthier lifestyle. It’s easy to use, fits around your life and can help to bring the fun back into healthy living. Active Health with Carol Vorderman helps you work towards a balanced lifestyle by focusing on your exercise regime, diet and fitness goals with: Regular Exercise - Pop the Activity Meter in your pocket, then beam walking data to your DS. All exercises, like swimming or playing on Wii Fit can be added, too. Healthy Eating - Input your meals for nutritional information. Unlock new recipes, then add the ingredients to a shopping list. Fitness Goals - Set step goals and calorie targets, then see if you can stick to them and reach your ideal fitness levels.

Add

Commodore 64 - Released

A simple addition game developed by K. Lomax for the Commodore 64. Year of release and publisher is currently unknown.

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