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Maxis / Electronic Arts

Game / Kids

6 of Maxis' Best Games - Just for Kids!

Sim Park: Create your own Living Park Filled with Wildlife, Plants & People
SimPark is the only game where kids create and run their own flowering, buzzing, chirping, roaring park. Your young rangers choose from a forest full of plants and animals to fill their living and evolving ecosystems. Kids can add picnic tables and slides to attract humans. But watch out - humans aren't the tidiest animals around. You'll see that as kids' parks stir with life, their interest in nature blossoms.

Sim Tunes: The bug-crawling, music making, picture painting software!
Sim Tunes is the only creativity software that allows kids to make their own "musical pictures." Just select and draw from the color palette - each color corresponds to a different musical note. Then watch and listen as the quartet of animated Bugz dance around the screen, triggering bursts of light and sound each time they pass over a different colored dot or line. String the colors together to create a tune.

Sim Town: The Original City Simulator.
SimTown puts kids in charge of building their own dream towns by choosing from a colorful variety of houses, businesses, and parks, while learning how to balance budgets and natural resources. Kids design their own character and decide what they like to do, eat and say. SimTown is open-ended, so new surprises pop up on Main Street every day.

Sim Ant: The Electronic Ant Colony.
Ants. You've shared your food, your home and your planet with them. You've stepped on them, sprayed them, cursed them and bombed them. Now you can be them. Based on real ant biology and behavior, SimAnt gives you the experience of life as an ant: fight for queen and colony; defend your home from deadly predators; face menacing hordes of enemy ants; invade the homes of humans; endure the dangers of insecticide poisoning; reproduce to make more ants.

Sim Safari: Create and Explore your own African safari park and camp.
Sim Safari brings Africa to you! Imagine yourself in rugged bush country, peering through binoculars at vast herds of elephants, zebras and lions. Choose from exotic plants and wildlife to create your own safari park. Team with a neighboring village and build a flourishing camp. Even tackle wild missions!

Widget Workshop: Explores science and math in a unique open-ended setting!
Don't get bored with science. Get MAD!! Not angry mad - mad scientist mad! Widget Workshop is a mad scientist's laboratory, a garage workshop, and an attic full of neat stuff to play with - all in one and on your computer screen. With dozens of parts and pieces that can be connected together in unlimited ways, you can build and solve experiments and puzzles - or just invent weird and wondrous widgets that do almost anything.

Requirements:

Windows 95: 486 DX4 100 MHz or faster (Pentium 90MHZ recommended), 16 MB RAM, 2x CD-ROM drive (4x CD-ROM drive recommended), 512Kb or greater DirectX5 compatible graphics card.

Hard Drive Space: Sim Ant - 4MB, Sim Safari - 12 MB, Sim Town - 20 MB, Sim Park - 3 MB, Sim Tunes - 2 MB, Widget Workshop 1 MB. All games require additional hard disk space for saved games, Windows swap file and Direct X installation (if required).

Macintosh: Power PC (100 MHz or faster), System 7.5 or higher, 16MB RAM, 2x CD-ROM drive (4x CD-ROM drive recommended), color monitor with 256 colors.

Hard Drive Space: Sim Ant - 4MB, Sim Safari - 12 MB, Sim Town - 20 MB, Widget Workshop 1 MB. Sim Park and Sim Tunes will not run on a Macintosh system.



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