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ZOOM Bananas in Pajamas
Sold Out (Win3.1/95/98/Mac) (Retail Box) (BANANAPJDR)

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley

Ages 2-6

Children's Learning

Learning is Fun with B1 and B2

Join B1 and B2 on a wonderful adventure through the fun-filled world of Cuddles Avenue. With spectacular 3D graphics, irresistible songs, and the Bananas trademark humor, your child will enjoy hours of fun as they develop important learning skills. They will play the memory game with B1 and B2, learn pattern recognition with Amy's shell game, make sandwiches with Rat in a Hat, and more! Your child will come back time and time again to play with their friends B1, B2, the Teddies, and Rat in a Hat as they visit the beach, the park, the shop, and the Bananas house for hours of fun and learning.

Activities Include:

  • Sing along with Teddies
  • Help Lulu grow flowers for B1 and B2
  • Help B1 and B2 clean up the beach
  • Help B1 and B2 get all the items on their shopping list

Educational Benefits

  • Improve critical thinking skills
  • Develop pattern recognition
  • Improve memory
  • Encourage creativity
  • Develop environmental awareness
  • Enjoy music, singing and dancing


Windows 3.1/95/98: 486DX2/66 MHz, 16 MB RAM, 640 x 480 x 256 colors, 4x CD-ROM drive, 6MB free hard disk space, 16 bit sound card, speakers.

Macintosh: 68LC040 33MHz or higher, System 7.1, 16 MB RAM, 640 x 480 x 256 colors, 4x CD-ROM drive, 5 MB hard disk space, speakers.


Quandary Computer Reviews by Rosemary Young

"This one's set to cheer a lot of little hearts as it opens and B1 and B2 come walking down the stairs. The graphics are about as cute and colourful as can be, and familiar as well. What Bananas in Pyjamas fan wouldn't recognise those stairs, and that blue, flowered, wallpaper?"

"The game is all mouse controlled and simply moving the mouse pointer to a character or to an on screen graphic will initiate a response, so it makes a good introductory computer game for children who have not yet come to terms with mouse-clicking ... something will happen no matter what. But, of course, experimentation is encouraged, and a quick click will start the ball rolling, or the balloon flying, a character singing, or whatever."

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