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Backyard Football

Backyard Football

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 10, 2002

The roar of the crowd, the grass stains on your pants, running home for dinner...? Yep, it's Backyard Football - football with kids. Backyard Football brings you all the action and excitement of American Football, with all the charm and nostalgia of neighborhood sports. Use the Backyard kids as players and/or play with the pros, as kids. In Backyard Football for GameCube, you get all 32 NFL teams to choose from as well as traditional Backyard Sports teams. You also get kid versions of top players in 2002 - Brett Favre, Rich Gannon, Jerry Rice, Michael Vick, Peyton Manning, Donnovan McNabb,...

Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise

Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - March 26, 1993

Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise is the second video game made by Humongous Entertainment (the first being Putt-Putt Joins the Parade) and the first and only of the Fatty Bear point and click adventure games, though the character was also used in the mini-game compilation Fatty Bear's Fun Pack and the crossover spinoff Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack, which was a combination of the previous game as well as a similar game featuring HE's character Putt-Putt. It was released in 1993 on both floppy disks and CD-ROM for DOS and Macintosh as well as the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer.

Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise

Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise

Windows - Released - 1995

Fatty Bear must help the other toys prepare a surprise party for Kayla. He must find the ingredients for a cake and then make it, find the missing letters for the happy birthday sign and blow up some balloons among other things. The game also includes bowling and piano minigames.

Fatty Bear's Funpack

Fatty Bear's Funpack

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - October 1, 1993

Fatty Bear's Fun Pack was Fatty Bear's final appearance as a solo character, but he still did made a cameo in Putt-Putt Saves The Zoo and was referenced in many games afterward. Activities/games included Reversi, Go Fish, Lines and Boxes, Tangrams, and Coloring, all five of which reappeared in Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack.

Fatty Bear's FunPack

Fatty Bear's FunPack

MS-DOS - Released - 1993

In Fatty Bear's FunPack, you play against Fatty Bear in either Reversi (a classic game of strategy and logic), Lines & Boxes ( a childhood classic involving a grid of dots and the players draw lines to create boxes), and the card game Go Fish. Designed for kids 3-8, each of these games has 4 difficulty levels. In addition, you can play Tangrams, a centuries-old game where are shown a shape and given a number of smaller pieces and have to put them together to make the shape. The game gets harder as you progress. Finally, there is the Fatty Bear's Paint Set activity, which has 35 pictures...

Let's Explore The Airport

Let's Explore The Airport

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

The Airport allows kids 3-8 (or any age) to explore a modern airport, with their guide Buzzy The Knowledge Bug. Kids can visit over 40 location, from hangers, to control towers, to cockpits. Items in each location can be clicked on for either amusing animations, or to ask "What is This?" which will take them directly to the encyclopedia page describing that item. The encyclopedia has more than 200 descriptions in it. It also has an index, to jump directly back to interesting items. The encyclopedia is text, but Buzzy can also read the text for young players. In addition, the game has 5 Time...

Let's Explore The Farm

Let's Explore The Farm

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

The Farm allows kids 3-8 (or any age) to explore the idyllic farm, as depicted in movies - orchards, horses, gardens, cows, chickens, waterwheel, fields, a pond - it's all here. Kids learn about the operation of a farm in over 40 different locations around the farm, with their guide Buzzy The Knowledge Bug. Go inside the red barn & milk a cow, or check out the growing vegetables in the garden, watch the waterwheel grind away, or peek inside the chicken coop. Items in each location can be clicked on for either amusing animations, or to ask "What is This?" which will take them directly to the...

Let's Explore the Jungle

Let's Explore the Jungle

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

This game allows children to explore Humongous versions of the South American, African and Southeast Asian jungles, and learn about some of the animal and plant life there. Like "The Airport" and "The Farm" titles, this game features Buzzy the Knowledge Bug as a guide. He reads aloud questions, answers, and the names of objects. In addition, he provides tips and suggestions and points out interesting facts. Kids can explore the three environments, each of which has quite a few locations, where they can click on things for fun animations or instead ask "What Is This?" and go to a...

Putt-Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack

Putt-Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack contains 15 different games and activities for kids 3-8. This is a compilation of Putt-Putt's Fun Pack and Fatty Bear's Fun Pack, along with four new games. Most of the games are played against either Putt-Putt or Fatty Bear. Some games are traditional, such as Tic-Tac-Toe, Checkers, Reversi, or the card game Go Fish. Others are renamed versions of popular games. "Remember!" is basically Concentration, a memory game. "The Cheese King" is Hangman, while the "On-Ramps & Off Ramps" is the board game chutes & ladders. "Word Hunt!" is the device in...

Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon

Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon

MS-DOS - Released - October 1, 1993

Purple Car Lands on the Moon! Due to a freak accident at the Fireworks Factory, Putt-Putt is blasted to the moon. There he meets Rover, a lovely little lunar terrain vehicle left behind by the astronauts. Putt-Putt and Rover must work together to rebuild a rocket, and accomplish a few good deeds for the Moon People before they meet the Man in the Moon and are homeward bound. Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon teaches the benefit of cooperation and the lasting value of friendship.

Putt-Putt Joins the Parade

Putt-Putt Joins the Parade

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

What does it take to be in a parade? Hard work, a bright shiny chassis and a little help from your friends. That's what Putt-PuttĀ® discovers as he gears up to join the annual Cartown Pet Parade. Children will be delighted as they meet the local carfolk, explore a toy shop, tool down the road and more. Along the way, they learn to think ahead, deal with unexpected problems, and give others a hand. The road to discovery has never been more fun - or more educational. Charming talking characters, lively sound effects and lifelike animation keep your child focused on the adventure.

Putt-Putt Joins the Parade

Putt-Putt Joins the Parade

Windows - Released - 1992

Putt-Putt, an adorable purple car, wants to join the Cartown Parade. But, first he must earn money for a carwash, find a balloon, and get a pet (Pep, the puppy). Children ages 3 to 8 have a great time delivering groceries and mowing lawns and learn good lessons like waiting for the green light before crossing the road. Each screen has a multitude of fun things to click on, as well.

Putt-Putt's Fun Pack

Putt-Putt's Fun Pack

MS-DOS - Released - 1994

A collection of thinking games inspired from the existing Putt-Putt games, including checkers, pinball, and tic-tac-toe. Intended as non-violent rainy-day fun for youngsters.

Putt-Putt's One-Stop Fun Shop

Putt-Putt's One-Stop Fun Shop

ScummVM - Released - April 5, 2000

This activity pack for kids 3-8 features Putt-Putt the purple car and his friends from Cartown. It's basically a printing package (with the ability for parents to password-protect and/or limit printouts, or print only outlines), that allow you to create stationery stuff like calendars, certificates letterhead, postcards; party stuff like birthday cards, banners, invitations, place mats, party hats; paper toys like puppets, trading cards, masks, mobiles, pinwheels or airplanes; "useful" stuff like bookmarks, doorknob hangers, lists, name tags or picture holders; and print out custom-made...

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