||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (LAURAPR)
Publisher: Playmobil / Ubi
Multilingual: English, French and German
Ages: 6 and up
Get Ready for an Adventure with
Laura has discovered a magic diamond. Her mission? To make
the five facets of the diamond light up by helping her friends and family!
Experience exciting adventures with
Everyone needs your help. As Laura, you must find the clues to
help solve the puzzles that await you. Explore the places of your dreams and
meet many different characters in this fabulous world.
Your Playmobil toys come to life in this adventure game
Watch the Playmobil characters come to life with every step
and every move you make. You can even redecorate your whole Playmobil house by
waving your magic wand.
Take control in this wonderful 3d world.
Laura's movements in this beautiful 3D world. Watch her walk, run and jump: she
is a real little action girl!
- Computer Literacy
- Logical Reasoning
- Causal Relationships
Windows 95/98/Me/XP or NT w/ service pack 3: Pentium
200 MMX (P233 recommended), 32 MB RAM (64 MB recommended); 6X CD-ROM drive (8x
recommended); 4MB Direct 3D compatible 3D card, Direct X 6 compatible video and
Kids Domain by Stephanie Heese
"...Kids guide Laura using either the arrows on the computer
keyboard or a gamepad through the rooms of her beautiful house, into the yard,
through the narrow streets of the village, and more. Along the way, kids must
investigate everything they see and be curious, making Laura open drawers, pick
up interesting items (like a peanut, dog bone, and bracelet) to put them in her
backpack, and talk to everyone she meets along the way. Talking to people will
help give clues. At the beginning of the adventure, the goal of the game may
not be very clear, but after exploring for awhile, the story slowly unravels -
and it is all about fairies and magic."
"The program is so realistic at times that, to a young
child, it can almost feel like she's in Laura's shoes. Once kids unlock the
door in the basement, things can get quite eerie. The music is mysterious and a
tad scary, and doors shut behind Laura dramatically. When Laura peeks into a
trunk, realistic rats come out of it. My 5 year old daughter was terrified and
close to tears about this area. Even my 8 year old admitted it was "a little
bit" scary. I had to work through the basement part of the game for my
daughter, and assure her that everything was just fine."
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