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Mission To Planet X - Internet Coach for Kids

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Mission.to_.Planet.X.iso_.sit (64.00 MB)
MD5: 8f8210579a3a3b0cbc201705c1efa3dc
For System 7.0 - 7.6
Guides on emulating older games

Deep in the blackness of cyberspace lie nine hidden keys to Planet X. Earth's survival depends on who finds them first…

Somewhere lost in cyberspace are the 9 keys to Planet X. Earth's survival depends on reaching this mysterious planet and rescuing StarSurfer. Mission to Planet X : Internet Coach, a new CD-ROM game from APTE, will take you on this journey. And as you outwit aliens and devise strategies to save Earth, you'll be learning to navigate the Web.

Targeted to children age 9+, Mission gives the player hands-on experience with browsing, searching, e-mail, chat rooms, HTML and other functions of the Web. Mission's Web simulations, easy-to-follow instructions and Help features make it easy and fast to learn the Internet.
"Mission to Planet X : Internet Coach made surfing the Net a breeze...and it was cool to rescue StarSurfer from Planet X after defeating the evil Suhnams!" says Shauna Soboj, a 13-year-old new Internet user.

from APTE's archived homepage

This is v2 of this title. The disk contains demos on other titles from 'Internet Coach for Kids'.

Architecture: 68k PPC x86 (Windows)

Hybrid disk Windows: Macintosh:
processor 486 40 MHz or Power PC
OS 3.1, 95, NT System 7.1
memory 12 MB RAM 12 MB RAM
(16 MB rec) (16 MB rec)
cd 4X CD-ROM 4X CD-ROM drive
video 256 color Apple Color Display
sound Windows n/a
sound system optional

Running under Classic on 10.4.11/G3 Probably also under OS 9 dirctly.


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by SwedeBear - 2021, April 7 - 9:57pm

Sorry for the crappy info! You're welcome to share/edit in your info on this one!