and the Haunted House
||(Win95/98/ME/2000/XP, Mac OS 7.0.1-9.2 ) (Jewel Case)
On other systems you can use ScummVM to run this.
Children - Ages 3 to 8
Multilingual: English and Spanish
A "Living Book" by Mark
When Harry D. Rabbit hits one of Earl's famous curve
balls right over Stinky's head, it lands in the spooky old house down the
street. Harry and his friends cautiously explore the house, searching for their
ball, and have a host of hair-raising experiences. Before they're done, they
stumble across dozens of startling sights and sounds. A hat rack that tells
knock-knock jokes. A skull that tells skeleton jokes. Dancing furniture and a
phone that answers itself. Even the skeletons are scared!
As Harry and his friends search the scary mansion, they
discover something about themselves as well as about "haunted" houses.
Living Books are touched by magic. Characters talk and
move, sing and dance. Sound effects, music, humor and lots of animations,
create a whole new learning experience.
Children just point and click. So they can repeat a
favorite part, go back or skip ahead, all at their own pace.
Reading skills grow through word recognition. As the
computer reads them aloud, individual words, phrases and lines are
In English and Spanish. Change from English to Spanish
and back again with just a click.
Windows - Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP, 486SX or higher,
8mb ram, 2x CD-ROM drive, 640x480 256-color SVGA display, Windows compatible
Tested on Windows XP. Works in Compatibility Mode using
640x480 resolution, 256 colors.
Macintosh - System 7.0.1 or higher Macintosh and
PowerPC, 8mb ram, 2x CD-ROM drive, 640x480x256-color display
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