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ZOOM Putt-Putt:
Pep's Birthday Surprise
$19.95 (Win98/Me/2000/XP) (Retail) (PUTTPEPPR)

Humongous Entertainment/ Atari

Children

Ages: 3 to 6

Listen....Think....Explore!!

It’s Pep’s birthday and Putt-Putt® wants to surprise him with his first birthday party ever! Join Putt-Putt as he travels through Cartown, helping various residents, reaping rewards and gathering supplies for the party. With new friends to meet and new problems to solve, kids will love helping Putt-Putt get everything ready in time for the big surprise — a birthday cake, presents, decorations and friends!

Features:

Cartoon-style learning adventures where kids choose where the characters go

Over 20 fun locations to explore

The adventure changes each time the game is played

Kids have so much fun they don’t even realize they are learning

Putt-Putt’s friendly and polite nature reinforces good social skills and manners

Encourages critical thinking, creative problem solving and teamwork

For more information about Putt-Putt

Requirements:

Windows98/Me/2000/XP - Pentium II 350 MHz, 48 MB RAM (64MB RAM for XP), 160 MB Hard disk space, 8X CD-ROM drive, 4MB windows compatible SVGA video card, Windows compatible sound card, Direct X 9.0 or higher ( included).

Reviews:

Quandary Review by Rosemary Young

" I haven’t looked at a Putt-Putt game for a while, not since Putt-Putt Travels in Time, so I was pleasantly surprised by this one. It’s a simpler adventure aimed at a narrower age group, children 3 to 6. The advantages are two fold. Aiming specifically at this pre school group allows for the game to be more manageable by younger players with perhaps less need for parental help. It also means that there is now a more targeted range of Humongous Interactive Learning Adventures to train up future adventure game players :-) Putt-Putt for the youngest, Freddi Fish and Pajama Sam for the next step up and, of course, Spy Fox for big kids. Something for everyone!"

"The story opens with Putt-Putt and Pep returning home from a birthday party. Putt-Putt is happy, Pep is sad. Of course Putt-Putt wants to know why Pep doesn’t share her joy. It transpires that the reason for Pep’s sadness is because he’s never had a Birthday Party of his own. We don’t even know the date of Pep’s birthday because he was lost when he was found."

"But all is not lost, however, Putt-Putt soon meets up with Mr Kibble and together they plan a birthday surprise. It just happens that tomorrow is the anniversary of the day Pep was found, a good excuse for a celebration. Of course there’s now work to be done to organise a fabulous party."

"Putt-Putt: Pep’s Birthday Surprise is vibrant and colourful with a collection of equally colourful characters to meet on the journey. It’s a worthy challenge for pre-schoolers and a particularly good game choice for a young first time adventure game player."




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