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ZOOM Arthur's
Computer Adventure
$19.95 Includes a "stuffed" Arthur plus the updated product shown below
(Win95/98/3.1/Mac) (Retail) (ARTHURCPDR)
$9.95 (Win95/98/Me/XP/Mac) (Jewel Case) (ARTHURCPDJ)

Publisher: Broderbund

Ages: 3 to 7


Good Housekeeping 1999's Top 10 CD-ROMs

A from JustAdventure

Read, Play, Swim and Learn!

Once again Arthur, D.W., and friends lead us on a hilarious adventure that kids won't want to miss. An Interactive Adventure, 5 learning activities and 13 surprises and puzzles help kids develop critical reading, math, and logic skills while they play along with Arthur. Arthur wants to play "Deep Dark Sea" on the computer every chance he gets; when his mother leaves for work and asks him not to touch the computer, the temptation is too much. Arthur and Buster play long enough to fight over the mouse and make the screen go blank! Will Arthur be able to fix the computer before his mom gets home? Play and find out!

Treasure Hunt
Get the treasure if you can read all the words! Kids develop reading and logic skills in this fast-paced and exciting activity. Play against a friend or the computer!

Toy Copter
Drop water balloons on a target and help rescue the firefighter. This activity is great for improving hand/eye coordination.

D.W.'s Store
Shop for D.W.'s toys. Cook up wacky recipes in D.W.'s cafe. Children learn counting and math while they make purchases and work in the cafe.

Deep Dark Sea
Explore world geography and ocean life while searching for hidden treasure. This side-scrolling arcade style activity has three levels of difficulty for hours of fun!

Learn ocean facts and geography while creating your own wacky creatures! Print in color or black and white to create your own coloring book!

Skills Developed
Letter Combinations Quantities Listening Skills
Word Recognition Sequences & Ordering Following Directions
Spelling Critical Thinking Taking Turns
Number Recognition Problem Solving Mouse & Typing Skills
Counting Decision Making


Windows: Windows 95/98/Me/XP, 66 MHz 486DX or faster required, Pentium recommended, 8 MB RAM, 4X CD-ROM drive or faster, 640x680 display, 256 colors, Windows compatible sound device, Printer Support: Works with most popular printers (monochrome and color) supported by Windows

Macintosh: Macintosh and Power PC; Power PC recommended, System 7.1 or higher, 25MHz 68040 processor or faster, 8 MB RAM free, 2X CD-ROM drive or faster required, 4X CD-ROM drive recommended, 640x480 display, 256 colors, Printer Support: Works with most popular Macintosh compatible printers (monochrome and color).


JustAdventure, by Randy Sluganski

"When is a game that has the word 'adventure' in the title not an adventure game? When it is Arthur's Computer Adventure. Not that that is a bad thing, mind you, but this is more of an interactive read-along adventure, not an inventory-based, solve the puzzle in order to proceed adventure on the order of Rugrats or The Pink Panther.

"This game is the fourth release in the Living Books Arthur franchise, and it is also the most balanced. Not only can you read about Arthur and click on hundreds of objects within the pages of the storybook, but you can also participate in five different 'learning activities' that are actually learning tools masquerading as games. This enhanced interactivity greatly increases the game's replay value, and we did find ourselves revisiting certain games again and again."

"So what is the adventure in Arthur's Computer Adventure? Well, for me, it was playing with my son Jacob. Even though the box states that the game is for ages 3 to 7, my 8-year-old was enthralled. The interactive reading section can be completed in a night, but it is the well-done extra activities and games that kept him coming back for more. This is one program that is heartily recommended for any parents who want to enjoy computer time with their children or for any parents who do not want to fret over leaving their children alone with inappropriate material."

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