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Ages: 3 to 6
The first children's CD-ROM honored by parenting groups, consumer and computer magazines and the film industry
Gold Award for Best Early Childhood CD-ROM by The National Parenting Publication
"Top 10" Best Kids' Products of the Year ofEntertainment Weekly
World Class Award for Children's CD-ROM Game by PC World
Award in Excellence by the Film Advisory Board
Top 100 CD-ROMs from PC Magazine 1994
Your Preschooler's First CD-ROM
Join your preschoolers on an adventure they'll never forget! Take them to Tuneland, a magical place of fun, music and laughter! Come say hello to Lil' Howie and all his friends in Tuneland starring Howie Mandel, the first animated interactive cartoon. Lil' Howie, your comic host in this musical wonderland, plays hide 'n' seek, tells jokes and performs hilarious gags.
Enjoy hours of fun with eight interactive scenes
Learn to use a mouse, follow directions, memorize rhymes, predict behavior and develop a love and aptitude for music
Packed with 42 classic children's songs including Polly Put the Kettle On, Hickory Dickory Dock and Skip to my Lou
Music by some members of Pink Floyd, Doobie Brothers, Yes and Tower of Power
NEW! Contains a FREE audio cassette of all 42 songs
More fun than Saturday morning cartoons
Find Lil' Howie who plays hide 'n' seek with you
Sing and dance while the interactive cartoon runs by itself
NEW! Includes a FREE activity and song book designed by educators
Instantly access kid-friendly Help by Howie Mandel
Tested by children for children
Requirements: IBM or compatible 386 25 MHz or better with a minimum of 4 MB RAM, SVGA display, and CD-ROM drive with CD Audio connector, MPC compatible sound card MS-DOS 3.3 with Windows 3.1 or later. Optional: Amplified speakers and headphones.
Rommie Award of excellence for Best Children's Entertainment - CD-ROM Today
INVISION Award for Best Audio, Best Animation and Consumer Game - New Media Magazine
Editor's Choice - CD ROM Today (U.K.)
Discovery Choice - Compute Magazine
Five-star review - Multimedia World
Best Children's Product, Best Software, Best Use of Music and Best Graphics nominations - Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences.
Best of Show - Game Bytes Magazine
Best User Interface nomination - Software Publisher's Association and Codie Award
Computer Game Review, April 1994
"Featuring the impressive voice talents of Mandel, Tuneland also contains the work of numerous famous musicians including Jeff "Skunk" Baxter of the Doobie Brothers, Jon Anderson of Yes and Scott Page of Supertramp and Pink Floyd. With talent like this, you would expect there to be a lot of music in the program, and there is. Tuneland contains over forty fully orchestrated and animated children's songs to sin along with."
"To keep kids playing, the entire screen area of each of the different Tuneland locations is a hot spot. A click anywhere will produce sound and/or animation. Each area can be travelled to with the assistance of one of the many creatures. When travelling, the character that takes you to a new location stays on screen and stays animated, negating the load time lag often experienced with CD-ROM products."
"If you don't mind having your computer taken over by your kids for hours at a time, 7th Level's Tuneland is a must have game."
PC Magazine, September 13, 1994
"For a musical adventure that will delight kids aged 3 through 12, pay a visit to Tuneland. In this fully animated game of hide-and-seek, your goal is to locate Li'l Howie (the cartoon alter ego of Howie Mandel), who will carry you to the next of eight farm scenes. Along the way, you'll be entertained by familiar children's characters, such as Jack and Jill, who perform song-and-dance routines, tell jokes, and make you laugh out loud.
"Everything here is kid-friendly, from the multitude of hot-spot animations to the more than 40 fully orchestrated children's songs you find with a click. There's even spoken help for young players who can't figure out what to do next. In addition, there's the Tuneland Jukebox for playing all the game's songs, which include such popular favorites as "This Old Man" and "Bingo."
"Charming animation, high-quality music, and a sense of humor make this one a treat for kids of all ages."
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