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ZOOM Topics Presents
Dinosaurs
$9.95 (Win98SE/Me/2000/XP) (Retail) (DINOSAURPR)

Publisher: Topics Entertainment

Greek For "Fearfully Great Lizard"

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs ruled the earth. Now, prehistory repeats itself with TOPICS Presents Dinosaurs, the most engaging, informative, and imaginative journey back in time since the Mesozoic Era. From the Albertosaurus to the Velociraptor; the Triassic Period to the Cretaceous, these 4 CD-ROMs spirit you to the wondrous time when these ancient creatures dominated the landscape, charting their timeline from emergence to extinction. Based on the hit television special seen on Discovery Channel, Walking With Dinosaurs recreates 160 million years of dinosaur life in evocative on-screen detail. Dinosaurs 3D uses breathtaking animation and vivid illustrations to complement a comprehensive interactive dinosaur history. The Living Dinosaur Project poses paleo-problems in this fun-packed, fact-filled quiz that takes you to the top of the food chain. And with Encyclopædia Britannica® Profiles Dinosaurs!, this respected authority takes you through the mists of time, unveiling the latest discoveries and research about these exotic creatures. From prehistory to your PC, dinos still rule!

Includes:

Walking With Dinosaurs

A muggy swamp, a blinding sunset, and the shrill calls of the planet's first birds: the stage is set for the supremacy of the prehistoric creature. And nothing puts you right in the center of the Jurassic Period more effectively than Walking With Dinosaurs, based on the television phenomenon broadcast on Discovery Channel and the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Features include:

  • Video-clip browser
  • Panoramic dino timeline
  • Activities including Fossil Hunt & Building a Dino Skeletonn
  • Dinosaur fact file, wallpaper, screensavers & sounds

Dinosaurs 3D

With content developed in partnership with the Berlin Museum of Natural Science, Dinosaurs 3D presents the entire evolution of the prehistoric reptiles on CD-ROM. Designed to stimulate interest and learning in youngsters, this fascinating disc is the ultimate multimedia dinosaur hunt.

Features include:

  • Brilliant 3D animations & illustrations
  • Comprehensive dino dictionary
  • 200+ pages of dino facts
  • Online updates with timeline & search features

The Living Dinosaur Project

Did you know that the word "dinosaur" comes from the Greek for "fearfully great lizard"? Test your dino knowledge in this fun-filled quiz, where correct answers offer survival and another step up the evolutionary ladder!

Capabilities include:

  • 100s of dinosaur questions, from Paleontology to Pentaceratops

Encyclopædia Britannica® Profiles Dinosaurs!

What do you get when you combine the Apatosaurus with the authority of the world's most respected encyclopedia? With Encyclopædia Britannica® Profiles Dinosaurs!, the mystique of these unique beasts is recreated in imaginative and authoritative detail. From dino lineage through the Mesozoic Era to video formulation of Tyrannosaurus Rex out for a jog, Encyclopædia Britannica® Profiles Dinosaurs! offers the latest in dino discoveries.

Features include:

  • Vivid images & video from Encyclopædia Britannica®
  • Dino family tree, timeline & Web links
  • Historical findings & latest research from renowned paleontologists

Requirements:

Windows 98SE/2000/Me/XP: Pentium® II 266 MHz or better (350 MHz recommended), 128 MB RAM (256 MB recommended), 130 MB Hard disk space, 800x600 resolution, high color (16-bit) display, 8X CD-ROM drive, Sound card, Mouse, Printer (optional), Internet Access (optional)

 


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