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It's a Jungle Gym For the Mind!
Build memory, matching, reasoning and spelling skills as Simba and his pals guide you through exciting new learning activities. There's even an art studio to encourage creative minds. Whether you play with a favorite character or a friend, The Lion King Activity Center will provide hours of fun while you learn!
Features 6 clips from the hit film.
Help Timon grab his lunch by matching two bugs. He'll thank you with a personalized certificate!
Spell a word correctly and Pumbaa splashes into the mud.
Pumbaa's friends are hiding. Can you find them?
Try to keep up with Ed's musical beat or create your own tunes.
Help Simba dodge the hyenas and make it back to his jungle home.
Sharpen your memory skills with fun concentration games.
Create and print your own artwork, including coloring books you can take on-the-go.
Play the traditional African game of Achi with Rafiki or a friend.
Put Rafiki's puzzle back together. He'll thank you personally.
Multiple skill levels challenge kids of all ages.
Windows: 486SX-25MHz or faster processor, MS Win 95, 3.1 or later, 4MB RAM, 5MB free disk space, 256-color display, 2x CD-ROM drive, 8-bit sound card, MS compatible mouse.
PC Entertainment, April 1996
"Disney has a hit with 'The Lion King Activity Center'. This collection of games and activities hosted by the movie's characters has something to please everyone: mazes, puzzles, hide-and-seek, matching, spelling, and a game similar to tic-tac-toe, plus coloring, stamps, connect-the-dots, and movie clips."
"The Activity Center guarantees long play time and minimal frustration by giving kids three levels of difficulty for each game, the option to play against a real-life friend, and a clue feature for help when they're stuck. The top-notch graphics and amusing character antics will have little ones convinced they really are visiting Pride Lands."
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