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3 stars from Multimedia World
Your Comprehensive Guide to the Planet
"The world is a great, big, open space just waiting to be discovered." -Christopher Columbus
What would it be like to glide along the Nile, its electrifying beauty all around you? Or to witness the ceremonial cremation of a Buddhist monk? What products can you buy in Berlin, now that the wall is down? And what does the Earth look like from Saturn?
Virgin's One World Atlas takes you on a stunningly real journey around the planet, from Akron, Ohio to Antananarivo, Madagascar and beyond. Just by choosing destinations, you'll embark on a picturesque, factual and musical tour where you'll explore the mysteries of our world. This unique atlas takes you simply and quickly to places on the planet both known and unknown and then takes you much further than you can imagine.
Trek across continents, cities, oceans, valleys, and more.
600 political, statistical, demographic and topographical maps covering 235 countries from Bartholomew, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.
Study and magnify satellite generated geosphere maps.
Rich cultural music from around the world.
Over 10,000 current geographic, political, economic, demographic and weather related facts from Bartholomew, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.
Over 1,100 custom pictures taken by the world's top photographers for Impact Photo and the Hutchinson Library.
Zoom into photographs and maps, while maintaining precise detail.
Requirements: 80486SX 33 MHz or faster, hard drive with 2 MB of free space, 4 MB RAM, single speed CD-ROM drive, Windows compatible sound card, Win 3.1 or higher, 256 color SVGA monitor, mouse or other pointing device. Audio support: Windows compatible sound card, including Sound Blaster compatible sound cards. Recommended: 80486DX or faster, 8 MB RAM, double-speed CD-ROM drive.
Multimedia World, January 1995
"One way to categorize these two titles would be reference material with an attitude. One World presents its facts from a youthfully optimistic and irreverent point of view, relying more on interpretation than fact. While this forces you to use your own filters, the content of the disc is therefore more compelling and enjoyable than it might otherwise be."
"One World compares favorably with competing atlas programs (unless you are actually trying to get around in a particular country - at that level the program's detail is lacking). The interface has a rough-hewn, parchment like quality, and it ably transmits facts and feelings about different regions of the world. You can select political or physical views and easily call up all the various superlatives. No, it's not like being there, but at least you get an idea about the area in question."
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