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Arthur's Computer Adventure

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
arthurs_computer_adventure.img_.sit (202.55 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Arthur's Computer Adventure helps children (ages 3 to 7) to develop reading, math, vocabulary, and other important skills. Through following Arthur through his interactive world, get hooked on his favorite computer game. Arthur's Computer Adventure lets you play to learn important facts and skills. This interactive storybook is more "adventure" than "computer," more fun than learning, so don't figure your youngsters are going to learn about RAM and ROM and other computer stuff. Nope, this is just another story on the computer screen starring the world's most popular animated aardvark, Arthur. As in all better electronic storybooks, this one has endless clickable mini-performances and sound effects throughout the pages of the "play me" version. Text is highlighted as the story reads on. Plus, five activities provide plenty of play for kids-some of them linked into the scenes from the storybook pages. Deep Dark Sea: Learn about world geography and ocean life in this side-scrolling, arcade-style activity while exploring the sea in search of hidden treasure.

Thanks to Old Schooler for originally uploading!

The uploaded file is in DiskCopy6 format, expandable with Stuffit5.
In case DC6 should not mount it, this can also been done by Virtual DVD-ROM/CD Utility

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

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by MrCookieCrisps - 2018, May 29 - 11:14pm
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Thank you so much for this; first game I thought of from my childhood and it worked perfectly!

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by SuperMew98 - 2013, December 1 - 1:54am

This game is awesome! Laughing out loud

by SwedeBear - 2012, January 25 - 5:33pm

At least no hurry to get it safe. Wink
I´ll up to MacDomain´s sometime later and those could be in there, I guess.

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by 24bit - 2012, January 25 - 4:41pm

Nice thought, the Uploadstation. So there will be no need to upload a second copy somewhere, right?