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ZOOM Stuart Little
Big City Adventures
$14.95 (Win95/98) (Retail) (SLITTLEPR)

Publisher: Infogrames

Ages: 4 and up.

Ratings:

from Kids Domain

Five Fun Games to Play With Stuart Little

How much fun can a mouse have in the Big City? See for yourself as Stuart Little, star of the classic children's story and a major motion picture, takes a nibble out of the Big Apple in five exciting Big City Adventures. Each game features multiple skill levels, amazing 3D graphics and a variety of Stuart sized challenges. Play through the entire adventure or pick and choose your favorite games to play and play again.

Features:

Five different adventure games:

  • Set sail in the boat race
  • Speed down the street in Stuart's roadster
  • Big challenges are par for the course in golf
  • Race through the pantry
  • All aboard the train for fun

Story mode or single games

Familiar characters and locations

Realistic 3D graphics and environments

Printable certificates of completion, plus things to color

Requirements:

Windows 95/98: Pentium 133 MHz or higher, 32 MB RAM, 50 MB free hard disk space, 4x CD-ROM drive or faster, 2MB Win 95/98 compatible SVGA video card, sound card.

Reviews:

Kids Domain by Sharon Mehl

"The attention paid to little details, such as making the Mini-Golf game easier for the child by using arrows to align the golf ball up with the hole, is a big plus. I believe this is why my 5-year-old's favorite game was the Mini-Golf."

"My favorite game is called the Pantry Chase. Help Stuart escape Monty the cat, avoid the water sprays from the dishwasher, then hop up on the moving drawers, to the next rack of the dishwasher. My favorite part is maneuvering across the sponges in the kitchen sink. The oscillating fan is moving back and forth and blowing the sponges. If Stuart misses the sponge, he swims back to the side of the sink and shakes himself off. It reminded me of my children trying to reach things on the kitchen cabinet, and just what they go through to get to that cookie jar!"

"Being that children are living in an adult-sized world, my children were able to relate to Stuart. From using giant-sized (for adults) golf clubs, to trying to reach the top of the kitchen cabinet by climbing on drawers, Stuart Little Big City Adventures is sized just right!"



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