||(Win98/Me/XP/Mac) (Mini Retail) (DORABACKDR)
Ages 3 & Up
from Computing with
Join Dora and Friends For An
Dora and Boots
need to return her books to the Library, and they need your help to get there!
Along the way, youll help them solve problems, figure out puzzles and
play games with their friends Benny the bull, Isa the iguana, and Tico the
squirrel! Watch out for the Grumpy Old Troll and that sneaky fox, Swiper! With
Dora, even returning books to the Library becomes an adventure!
Multiple locations with exciting games to play!
Discovery clickables bring Doras environment to
On-screen Sticker Book 2 ways to play Adventure
and Freeplay Modes
3 adjustable difficulty levels
All this and learn a little Spanish, too!
Windows 98/Me/XP: Pentium® II 233 MHz or higher
Memory: 32 MB RAM (64 MB for XP) Hard Disk Space: 85 MB free CD-ROM Drive: 8X
Speed Video: 2 MB Windows® 98/Me/XP-compatible SVGA video card* Sound:
Windows® 98/Me/XP-compatible sound card* DirectX®: DirectX® 8.1
(included) or higher *Indicates device should be compatible with DirectX®
version 8.1 or higher .
Macintosh:Operating System: System 8.6 or higher
Processor: 233 MHz G3 or higher Memory: 32 MB RAM Hard Disk Space: 85 MB free
CD-ROM Drive: 24X Speed Video: 2 MB video card
Computing with Kids by Jinny
"Making her computer debut with
this software title, Dora embarks on an adventure to return books to the public
library. Preschoolers can choose to play the game as a story in the
Backpack Adventure Mode or they can jump directly into the
activities in Freeplay Map Mode. In either mode, the seven
activities have three levels of difficulty, and kids earn stickers for
printable art activities."
"This software was a big hit with our preschool testers. Its
learning exercises are simple and provide a lot of mouse practice. It cocoons
little ones with help when they are confused. Swiper, the troublesome fox in
the TV show, periodically sneaks up and must be banished by clicking. In
addition, the program entices kids to explore (and thus use the mouse more) by
hiding tons of clickable animations at each location."
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