Windows 3.X - Released - 1995
This is an "interactive storytelling adventure" aimed at children ages four to nine. Rudyard Kipling's classic story comes to CD-ROM with animation, activities, sound effects, and music. Narrated by actor Danny Glover, How the Leopard Got His Spots features highlighted text and definitions for potentially troublesome words and phrases. Clicking items within the story triggers animations and sound effects, while mini-games range from painting forests to matching music. P.J. Rabbit serves as your child's guide to the story, with his rabbit-hole home leading to further information on Kipling and...
Nintendo Game Boy Color - June 1, 2001
Microsoft: The Best of Entertainment Pack is a Puzzle game, developed by Microsoft , Cryo Interactive and Saffire Corporation and published by Classified Games, which was released in 2001.
Windows - October 24, 1995
Scholastic's The Magic School Bus Explores the Ocean is the third game in the series based on the children's educational books by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen. In this adventure, Ms. Frizzle and her class are headed to the ocean on a mission to explore zones and answer three clues that will lead to a sunken treasure. Traveling by submarine bus, the group will make stops at the Coral Reef, the Open Ocean, the Deep Ocean, the Hot Vents, the Kelp Forest, and more. At each stop the player can access activities, reports and experiments related to that zone by clicking on items nearby. There are...
Windows 3.X - September 22, 1994
The Magic School Bus Explores the Solar System is the first title of Microsoft’s Magic School Bus educational game series. Ms. Frizzle is lost somewhere in outer space and as the player gathers clues from every planet he/she visits, they will also learn about the nine planets of the solar system with fun facts. Ten mini-games and nine experiments are included, as well as video clips from NASA. The recommended age group is 6 to 10.