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Barney Bear Goes Camping

Barney Bear Goes Camping

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1991

Barney Bear Goes Camping is a fun and educational learning game for children ages 2-6. This colorful, interactive game will teach children about nature and the environment as they play. Barney Bear and his family have decided to go camping! You can take a walk with Barney, and learn about the animals that you see. or you can go to the ranger talk and hear nature facts. you can even take pictures on your walk that are shown at the ranger's slide show! Barney Bear Goes Camping includes man activities such as connec the dots, matching games, simple mazes and a coloring book program.

Barney Bear Goes to Space

Barney Bear Goes to Space

MS-DOS

Barney Bear Goes to Space is an educational game for children aged three to eight. It consists of two parts: the first one is a story book where Barney Bear visits Kennedy Space Center and accidentally ends up at a shuttle as it launches to space. The story is told through pictures with digitized narration and the player's interaction is limited to clicking to move to the next picture. The second part takes place at the control panel of the shuttle and consists of the following five activities: The Solar System shows an image where the player can click on various planets. A more detailed...

The Last Inca

The Last Inca

Commodore Amiga - 1989

Traditional adventures are something of a rarity these days as most companies have diversified into either role-playing games or animated cartoon style stories. The Last Inca comes from a company new to me. Free Spirit Software who have licensed it from an American company Axxiom. The story goes like this: there was once an evil wizard, called Zulphosi, who was captured by three wizards living in the Galapagos Islands. His imprisonment lasted for many years but, eventually, after the last of the three wizards died, he managed to bribe the guards and buy his freedom. Now, he seeks revenge...

Sex Vixens from Space

Sex Vixens from Space

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1989

Simply based on the title, you might expect this game to be a bad ripoff of the legendary text adventure Leather Goddesses of Phobos. We join our hero BRAD STALLION, outrageously manly space guy, as he sets out to defend the universe from a legion of outrageously horny amazons, even if the title screen does make him look more like some sort of intergalactic Davy Crockett. There are so many things wrong with Sex Vixens from Space that I don't know where to begin. Now the earlier Commodore 64 version was a horrid text adventure, but for this bigger, badder Amiga port Free Spirit decided to go...

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