Ultimate Human Body 2.0
||(Win95/98/Me Only!) (Retail) (ULTHUMANPJ)
Does not work on Windows XP or Vista.
Ages: 10 to adult
4 stars from Electronic Entertainment
A Multimedia Guide to the Body and
How it Works
Take an informative, interactive, entertaining journey
through the wondrous world of the human body. Will all the elements that made
the first Ultimate Human Bodya stunning success - thousands of specially
created illustrations and animations, dazzling microphotographs, and clearly
written text - The Ultimate Human Body 2.0 takes this award-winning
CD-ROM to a new level of interactivity, giving users ages 10 and up an
incomparable adventure in anatomy. Enhancements and new features include a 3D
Body Scanner, great video sequences, a Body Quiz Challenge game, and even links
to its own site on the World Wide Web.
Increased Interactivity. The Ultimate Human Body
2.0brings major enhancements to this groundbreaking CD-ROM. Use a 3D
Scanner to explore the body, rotate its organs, and see how body systems
work, all in dazzling color and detail. Easily switch back and forth between
3D, 2D and X-ray views of the body.
Compelling New Content. Watch stunning new video
sequences. Take a Body Quiz Challenge, and interactive quiz combined with a
journey through the body.
Access the World Wide Web. You can even go online to
visit the Body Online site on the World Wide Web. The Ultimate Human
Body 2.0 harnesses the power of technology to give users a fantastic
information adventure through the most wondrous and complex machine of all -
the human body.
3.1 or Windows 95/98/Me, 486DX/33MHz, 8Mb RAM (12Mb recommended for Windows
95), 640x480 pixels 256 color (16 bit colors preferred), double speed CD-ROM,
22 Mb available space on hard drive, 8 bit sound card, loudspeakers or
headphones, mouse. To access Body Online, the online feature of this product,
you will need a modem.
Electronic Entertainment, January 1995
"The big difference between A.D.A.M. The Inside Story and The
Ultimate Human Body is that A.D.A.M. sweetens its prescription with
a generous dose of humor, while The Ultimate Human Body takes a more
"The Ultimate Human Body is divided into three
sections: Body Machine, Body Organs, and Body Systems. As you investigate each
section, the program's creative interface splits the screen vertically. On the
right is a diagram of the body part you're exploring, on the left is the
section diagram and additional boxes that help you navigate through the
program. The sections are hyperlinked together to quickly answer your
questions. Click on the "Find Out More" button to find related subjects
complete with audio and animations."
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