||Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon
||(Win95/98/XP) (Jewel Case) (PUTTMOONDJ)
On other systems
you can use ScummVM to run this.
Ages: 3 to 8
Top 100 CD-ROMs from PC Magazine 1994
Kids Are Lost for Hours in this
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.
Windows 95/98/XP: 33MHz 386 with 4MB or RAM, SVGA
(640x480, 256 colors) graphics, Windows sound card, double speed CD-ROM
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.
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
"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
"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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