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Toy Story Activity Center

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ToyStory_AC.toast_.zip (483.81 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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ToyStory_AC_Ger.cdr_.sit (449.03 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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Revolving around the Toy Story universe, Disney's Toy Story Activity Center features all kind of learning activities that will have children building basic math skills, watching movie clips from the animated film, drawing interactive pictures and playing various games with Buzz Lightyear and his pal Woody.

A note about the downloads available from this page:

  1. file contains the English version
  2. file contains the German version

Description previously seen at Allgame.com, continued:

Varying activities are found between Andy's Room, Sid's Room and Pizza Planet; you'll begin in the former room after signing in. While in Andy's Room, you can participate in a few games including Sums Up, Five in a Row and Marble Art. As a card game, the objective behind Sums Up is to reach the mentioned limit number by discarding the right amount of cards. Winning comes in the form of either hitting this number or by having Hamm go over the limit.

After showing off your elite card skills, engage in a heated battle between the Green Army Men and the Little Tikes Toddle Tots. Played against a computer-controlled or human opponent, your mission in Five in a Row is just as it says - you'll need to have five game pieces lined up in a row, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally in order to win. Additionally, you'll want to prevent the enemy forces from doing the same. Once you've conquered the opposing army, design abstract creations in Marble Art. Rather than creating a lifeless, dull picture, you can use special effects such as dim, chase, twinkle, rainbow and an eraser to create a masterpiece!

In Sid's Room, there are different puzzle categories in which to select including Perfect Fit, The Last Straw, Continue It and Odd Shape out; you'll basically match certain shapes together and single out shapes that don't belong. Afterwards, try your hands at the Creature Creator. Aptly named, you'll create your very own toy using various parts through a series of levels. Levels become progressively harder as you'll need to do more things in order to succeed. Finally, check out Sid's Sonic Boom Box and create your very own soundtrack! You'll utilize all kinds of effects including tempo, pitch, echo, reverbs and flange.

In case you’re feeling hungry, head on over to the Pizza Planet for some more Toy Story action! Featuring one or two player support, Slimon is a game of memory and sequencing. In the tradition of Simon Says, Succession comes by memorizing patterns of colored slime. Fusion Flow features a disjointed 3D maze in which you must piece together. While avoiding hazards and various objectives, you'll piece together pipe shapes to get from point a to point b. Last but not least is the Mystic Portal Theater. When you've done all the activities you can, kick back and enjoy your favorite clips from the Toy Story movie.

Amazon.com Buy Link:
Toy Story Activity Center

Amazon.co.uk Buy Link:
Toy Story Activity Centre

See also: Apple Magic Collection 1

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

These are hybrid CD-ROMs for PC & Mac.

System requirements Mac:
Motorola 68040, Mac OS 7.1 to 9.2.2, 16 MB RAM for PowerMac, 640 x 480 pixels.

System requirements PC:
80486DX50, VGA graphics card with 256 colours, 8-bit sound card, mouse,
Windows 3.1/95/98/ME.

Common requirements:
2x-CDROM drive, 8 MB RAM, 25 MB hard disk space.

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by IIGS_User - 2014, January 10 - 8:24pm

English version, nice addition. Smile

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by IIGS_User - 2012, December 16 - 11:11am

My current Parallels Desktop configuration won't handle CD-ROMs

From the Parallels forum:
Fehlermeldung: CD/DVD1 kann nicht eingebunden werden
Seems to be a problem with Mac OS X 10.8, independent of Parallels Desktop version.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2012, November 30 - 11:51am

No success with Mac emulation and real Mac hardware at all, displaying graphical glitches. My current Parallels Desktop configuration won't handle CD-ROMs for now, but Virtual PC (Mac version) with W98 installed, runs it fine. Althought, when exiting the game, I got a white screen with no further interaction possible.