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ZOOM Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon
$9.95 (Win95/98/XP) (Jewel Case) (PUTTMOONDJ)

On other systems you can use ScummVM to run this.

Humongous Entertainment

Children

Ages: 3 to 8

Ratings:

Top 100 CD-ROMs from PC Magazine 1994

Kids Are Lost for Hours in this Fascinating Adventure.

What if you landed in a strange place and had to get home? That's the challenge for Putt-Putt and his friend, Rover, a lonely little lunar terrain vehicle left behind by the astronauts. To get home, they have to rebuild a rocket - but first they've got to find all the parts. Kids are captivated by the colorful characters who help them, including Governor Moonbeam, a host of friendly aliens, and even the Man in the Moon. It's a space-age world of wonder, laughter and learning, all in one. Lively talking characters and detailed animation keep children riveted for hours.

Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon is so entertaining, even adults have a hard time resisting the pull of this cosmic adventure. What's more, Putt-Putt features lots of fun new surprises every time kids play. It all adds up to a stellar experience that's truly out of this world.

Fun City. You never know what you'll unearth when you click on a moon crater, a doorway or a lunar gas tank. Aliens pop up, music starts, things explode - all the stuff kids love. With so much fun going on, they learn not to overlook a thing.

Cosmic Companions. Kids learn the value of cooperation as they help Putt-Putt and his stranded pal, Rover, work together to get back to Earth.

It's Not Rocket Science. Kids help Putt-Putt and Rover move along and make choices with a simple click of the mouse. Kids' problem-solving skills are sharpened as they discover how their decisions affect what happens in the world around them.

Putt-Putt Gets the Scoop. A two-headed alien has a blueprint for Putt-Putt. It's just one of the many items he needs to rebuild his rocket.

Putt-Putt Blasts Kids Off to a Helpful New World. Kids learn math by counting moon crystals and learn how repeating music patterns can help them open a secret gate.

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/XP: 33MHz 386 with 4MB or RAM, SVGA (640x480, 256 colors) graphics, Windows sound card, double speed CD-ROM drive.

Tested OK on Windows XP. It is an older product so we recommend using compatibility mode to set the colors to 256 and resolution to 640x480 after installing.

Macintosh - LCIII, Quadra, Centris or higher, 8-bit color, System 6.0.7d-7.2.

Reviews:

PC Magazine, September 13, 1994

"Sometimes sequels are every bit as good as the originals. Such is the case with this latest adventure for Putt-Putt, the talking purple car who made his debut in Putt-Putt Joins the Parade.

"As the latest title suggests, our pal Putt-Putt winds up on the moon - thanks to a freak accident at a fireworks factory. His little friend, Rover (an abandoned lunar-terrain vehicle), and their adventure together will keep kids aged 3 through 8 clicking and laughing from start to finish.

MacUser

"Parents searching for the ideal rogram for their preschooler should look no further than Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon ... Putt-Putt, with his swet voice and big eyes, is a gentle, encouraging playmate who will charm children and adults."



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