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ZOOM Max on the Moon
Sold Out (Win3.x/95/98/NT/Me/2000/XP/Mac) (Retail) (MAXMOONDR)

Publisher: Tivola

Ages 3-7

Multilingual: English, French, German and Spanish

An Intergalactic Search for Moon Chickens

Mona, the little astronaut, has had the ignition key for her rocket confiscated by the Man on the Moon. He will only give it back once Mona has caught eight moon chickens, but she can't do it alone. Max flies off to the moon to help Mona. Once there he meets some strange aliens, has supernova juice in the Space Cafe and flies around the Milky Way collecting lots of moon chickens along the way.

This is the fifth title in this delightful series of animated stories. Follow Max as he leads children through an adventure that is out of this world.

Features:

Choose from four different languages

Read along with the highlighted text

Design and print out your own aliens

Play and record your own tunes

Find and play fun games

Requirements:

Windows 3X/95/98/NT/Me/2000/XP: 486 PC, 8 MB RAM, SVGA graphics card, soundcard, 2x CD-ROM drive.

Macintosh: 8 MB RAM, System 7.1, 2x CD-ROM drive.


The Story

Everything begins quite harmlessly: It is Sunday and Max and Uncle Pong are sitting together comfortably and eating cake. Suddenly they get an emergency call from Mona, the astronaut. She is on the moon and in a terrible fix. The Man in the Moon has stolen the ignition key to her space capsule and says he will only return it when Mona has supplied him with eight moon chickens. But they are not easy to find. So Mona is asking for help, and Max sets off into space.

As soon as he has landed on the moon, Max hears the voice of the man in the moon coming from a crater demanding the chickens. Together Max and Mona now look for the moon chickens, which might be hiding anywhere - perhaps in the capsule bathroom or in the machine room, where Mona is processing moon sand. The children decide themselves whether Max first races to the Milky Way with the space capsule from the observatory or whether he plays "catching shooting stars" with Mona in the moon garden, where the astronaut's laundry is blowing in the wind. In the Space Cafe, Max meets some interesting aliens over a glass of shooting star juice, and from Mona's rocket house he follows happenings on earth. Max experiences quite a few adventures before rounding up all eight moon chickens; he wins a new friend in the process and finds out a lot about the moon and space.



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