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ZOOM Pajama Sam 2
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP/Classic Mac) (Retail) (PAJAMA2DR)
On other systems you can use ScummVM to run this.
See Below

For a replacement: Pajama Sam's Deluxe Pack

Publisher: Humongous Entertainment

Children - Ages: 3 to 8

Thunder and Lightning Aren't So Frightening

Join Pajama Sam, the world's youngest superhero, as he journeys to World Wide Weather, the storm-stirring factory in the sky. Sam's spent one too many evenings cowering under the couch, so he sets out to conquer his fear of thunderstorms. It's amazing what he finds high above the clouds. Just as our little guy begins to learn that storms aren't as bad as they seem, Sam accidentally sends the weather system into a frenzy. Now, there is snow in Saigon and sunshine in Seattle. He'll need your child's help to explore this wonderful world filled with challenging puzzles, fun games and fantastic new friends as they help Thunder and Lightning fix the broken machines and return the world's weather to normal before Mother Nature finds out.

Features:

  • Play again and again - new puzzles and new locations await each time you play
  • Click points reveal hundreds and hundreds of hidden surprises
  • Special games and activities encourage creativity, help teach spatial-relations, and sharpen problem-solving skills
  • Out of time? Save the game and finish it later

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP: IBM PC or 100% compatible 33MHz 486 with 8MB of RAM, SVGA (640x480, 256 color) graphics, Windows 3.1 or higher, sound card, double speed CD-ROM drive.

Macintosh: Minimum 25MHz 68040 or PowerPC with 8MB of RAM, 640 x 480, 256 color video display, System 7.0 or higher, double speed CD-ROM drive.

Reviews:

Quandary Review by Rosemary Young

"He’s back! Pajama Sam, Super Hero, in his second exciting Junior Adventure aimed at kids aged three to eight years. This time he’s minus his Pajama Man Lunch Box and flashlight, but he won’t be needing them on this journey. Before leaving home in search of Thunder and Lightning to put an end to their ‘troublesome business’, however, he still has to find his indispensable, red Pajama Sam Cape so this is the first objective on this adventure."

"Sam is just as cute as ever, and he shares the stage with a collection of other likeable characters such as J. Langston, 3rd, who is particular about his appearance and might like some help in coordinating his personal colour scheme. And there’s also the paranoid Stores Clerk who is convinced that ‘Somebody’ is after his job and keeps his supplies well stocked by refusing to part with them."

"With a crazy world to explore full of wind, rain and snow making machines, lots of clickable hotspots to discover, as well as some mini games thrown into the bargain, this one should well and truly satisfy young Pajama Sam fans. Of course it also comes with hidden treasures such as the ability to fire the imagination and to improve on comprehension and problem solving skills."

Mr. Bill's Adventureland

"...Sam must interact with wonderful characters and use logic and memory to solve excellent puzzles. Along the way he learns a lot about weather. And your child or grandchild learns many admirable moral and social skills just by watching this little role model, as well as developing an early love for adventure games.

"Like 'Pajama Sam 1', this game is truly replayable and can be replayed 3 times with several different puzzles to solve each time. It's a PC/Mac hybrid CD with a very simple, easy to use interface and basically plays from the CD without taking up hard drive space except for saved games. Play it with your kids. You'll love it!"



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