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ZOOM The Mystery of the Missing Princess
$14.95 (Win95/98) (Retail) (MISSPRINPR)

Publisher: OmniMedia

Children

Ages: 5 to 12

Hear Ye, Hear Ye!

King Fearless is looking for brave and clever souls to find his daughter. Are you brave enough to battle the knights and meet the evil sorcerer? Can you catch the mystery carriage or find the missing dagger? Travel throughout the castle and kingdom as you solve the mystery. Lucky the Duck will guide you, but you'll need your cunning to do the rest. Enjoy hours of stunning 3-D settings, delightful characters, colorful animation, music and more as you solve The Mystery of the Missing Princess!

Beautiful 3-D scenes and animation

Challenging puzzles

9 original songs

Hours of mystery and fun

Includes:

  • CD-ROM game
  • Music CD
  • Music Cassette
  • Stickers
  • Playbook
  • And this package is a play castle

Requirements:

Windows 95- Pentium, 8MB RAM, DirectX compatible sound and SVGA video cards, 1MB video RAM, quad speed CD-ROM drive.

Reviews:

Quandary Review by Rosemary Young

"If ever there was one, this is a game for fairytale aficionados. It is aimed at children aged five to twelve and it's a bundle of fun with some delightful musical interludes; quirky, colourful graphics; excellent animations and a story that will raise a chuckle or two."

"There is a good assortment of objects to find to move the story along as well as a few arcade type sequences that should provide some thrills. Catapulting the characters into the castle tower should prove entertaining and crossing a flooded dungeon requires a good strategy and some quick thinking as well. Each time the game is played it changes randomly so there's also a good deal of replayability. Children can even deviate from the story to look around and join up again where they left off."

"...Because of the fairy tale nature of the story it likely won't suit 'grown-up' 12 year olds, but younger fairytale fans will have a lot of laughs although they might need to rely on older siblings to help out with the arcade sequences. It might have been better if the age range of the game had been narrowed because kids change a lot between five and twelve. This one is fun but the note from the King's mistress rather surprised me in the 'search for the ransom note' game. Inappropriate for 5 year olds, I thought. But the characters are great and I thoroughly approved of the plucky Queen who showed the men a thing or two."



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