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Didi & Ditto Kindergarten

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Didi_Ditto.toast_.sit (388.45 MB)
MD5: 4f686640cce5ea1297e0d1462d296ffa
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
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Didi & Ditto Kindergarten is the first of three in the Didi & Ditto educational software series. It is intended for children aged 4 to 6 years. The player, taking the role of either of Didi or Ditto (girl and boy beavers) at the game's beginning, must collect six fruits and six vegetables in exchange for freeing the other sibling who has been caught by a very hungry (vegetarian) wolf named Zolt. The educational activities contained in the game cover math skills (recognizing numbers, counting objects, adding, solving math problems), reading skills (recognizing letters, building vocabulary, phonic skills, identifying rhyming words, following oral directions, listening comprehension, sequencing), thinking skills (distinguishing between patterns, distinguishing between shapes, extending patterns, using shapes, visual and audio memory practice, problem solving) and creativity (coloring, music) - (adapted from Wikiwand)

This title was released as a hybrid Mac/PC CD; however, only a Mac disc image is available here. If anyone has an original hybrid CD of this 2003 release of the game, please make an image of it and upload it here.

The game would not install on my G3 running Mac OS X 10.4.11 because of a permissions error. However, it installed OK from Mac OS 9.2.2.

A later, Mac OS X-only version of the game can be purchased from the publisher’s website.

Architecture: PPC (Carbonized)

300 MHz G3
Mac OS 9/Mac OS X
128 MB RAM
280 MB hard drive space
800 x 600 display
Millions of colours


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by IIGS_User - 2020, April 8 - 4:32pm

Um, depends.

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by Matty Doodle - 2020, April 4 - 7:02pm

more like this please.

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by Matty Doodle - 2017, September 25 - 6:23am

can you post more?