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ZOOM Pajama Sam
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP/Classic Mac) (Jewel Case) (PAJAMADJ)
On other systems you can use ScummVM to run this.
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Publisher: Humongous Entertainment

Children - Ages: 3 to 8

"No Need To Hide When It's Dark Outside"

Fed up with his fear of the dark, Sam transforms himself into Pajama Sam - world's youngest superhero - and resolves to confront Darkness. With help from King the mine car, Otto the boat, and a host of fascinating characters, Pajama Sam soon finds things aren't quite what they seem in the incredible Land of Darkness. Kids direct this amazing interactive adventure through a giant treehouse, underground river caverns and even a sunken mine. Teamwork, clever thinking and some creative problem-solving lead our hero, and your kids, to a surprising conclusion - maybe Darkness isn't as bad as it seems.

Like the real world, Pajama Sam's world changes every time you play

Everything comes to life: appliances sing, furntiure dances, trees talk.

Out of time? You can save the game and finish it later.

Take breaks from the action to play games, solve puzzles, mix magic potions or just sing songs

24 page Activity Book.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP: 33MHz 486 with 8MB RAM, SVGA (640x480, 256 color) graphics, sound card, double speed CD-ROM drive.

Macintosh: 25MHz 68040 or Power PC with 8MB of RAM, 640x480, 256 color, System 7.0 or higher, double speed CD-ROM drive.

Reviews:

Quandary Review by Rosemary Young

"This title introduced Pajama Sam to the circle of Humongous friends a year or so ago and I'm certain that children will appreciate the opportunity to get to know him. He's a darling, and his first adventure is a delicious story, perfect for telling any time of day. Sam's search for his nemesis is wonderfully presented with the added bonus that kids are right 'in there' living and creating the story themselves..."

"Young adventurers might not see everything the first time around because, as with other Humongous games, there are different paths through this one. Things begin to go wrong almost as soon as Sam sets out, he meets the Customs Inspectors who confiscate his precious tools, and with each new game they are randomly hidden in the game world thus changing the story and presenting different problems to overcome. Even if players encounter the same problem it might be a variation on the last time around. For instance, the join the dots puzzle might require counting in single units or maybe in twos or tens, and the Doors of Knowledge will certainly have different questions to ask."

"Although it has no text option for hearing-impaired children, it excels in every other area ... graphics, sound, gameplay, story and user-friendliness. In this last respect it's all mouse driven with keyboard access for game controls and saving and restoring. Even if it were only half as much fun, it would still be a heart winner."

Mr. Bill's Adventureland

"Do yourself a favor and buy this game for any kid you know (including yourself)! It is absolutely great, a pure adventure, with an adorable pint size hero that has now become enshrined as our latest PC Wallpaper because my wife loves him so much.

"We originally decided to review the game because when we purchased it for our godson's 5th birthday, he fell in love with it and had to have the sequel and then the other Humongous adventures, so we wanted to see what all the fuss was about. And we had a ball! We even needed a hint at one point, and now we're personally so hooked that we'll play any future 'Pajama Sam' games that they create!"



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