The Case of
The Creature of Coral Cove
||(Win95/98/2000/Me/XP/Classic Mac) (Retail) (FREDDI5DR)
other systems you can use ScummVM to run
Publisher: Humongous /
Children: Ages 4-7
A from Just Adventure
There's More to this Case Than Meets
Join Freddi Fish and her best
friend Luther for the grand opening of beautiful Coral Cove Park - But wait! A
mysterious sea creature has been seen lurking inside. If the park is to open on
time you have to help Freddi and Luther find the clues, solve the puzzles and
get to the bottom of this watery predicament.
New locations and puzzles each time you play
Packed with puzzles, games and activities
Find the clues and collect the tools to solve the
Freddi Fish series has won over 75 awards of excellence
and has sold more than 2.5 million copies
Skills and Learning Objectives:
- Problem Solving
- Logical Thinking
- Shapes and Colors
- Numbers and Counting
- Memory Building
- Listening Skills
Bonus: CD includes 11 exclusive Freddie Fish
For more information about Freddi
Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP: Pentium 133 MHz, 32 MB RAM,
20 MB free hard drive space, 1MB Windows compatible video card compatible with
DirectX 5.0 or higher, Sound Card compatible with DirectX 5 or higher.
Macintosh: 132 MHz Power PC, System 7.5.5, 20 MB free
hard disk space, 32 MB RAM, 4x CD-ROM drive.
Adventure by Randy Sluganski
"As in Spy Fox, the supporting cast is cute without being
insufferable, and recurring characters provide a link to past games while new
personalities also abound. Rollo the Clownfish has so many riddles and
knock-knock jokes to tell you that he is ready to burst, Marty is an oily
sardine interested only in dishonest real estate deals, and Nick is the
quintessential beatnik, except he's a poetry spouting fish!"
"The puzzles and wide variety of inventory items are the
stars of these games for the adventure gamer. Inventory-based point-and-click
puzzles bring back fond memories of the LucasArts classics. Puzzles that appear
easy on the surface are deceptively complicated and require numerous levels of
progression to complete. Yet they always manage to sustain a sense of
merriment--whether it be finding a glass bottle for a model ship or figuring
out what to do with a rubber ducky (yes, TLJ
lovers, another rubber ducky puzzle). Plus there are two different paths you
can take playing the game--Drill Book or Jawfish--and each features its own
unique set of puzzles.
"Highly recommended--and not just for children--for anyone
who loves old-fashioned, point-and-click, mouse-controlled adventure games with
beautiful animation. If you have never before tried any of the Humongous
products, then you are in for a pleasant surprise, and you may find yourself
sneaking to the computer once your child is sound asleep."
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