Fin Fin (PC, CD-ROM) Fujitsu Interactive - 1997 USA, Canada Release

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Fin Fin
Product ID 32180-01000
Product UPC 632180010007
Platform(s) PC
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1997
Publisher(s) Fujitsu Interactive
Category(s) Entertainment, Virtual Pets, Virtual Aquarium
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

It's A.L.I.V.E. Autonomous Living Interactive Virtual Entity.

The real computer creature! The only virtual pet that responds to your voice! Microphone included.

Finally, a pet that won't make a mess! He's more independent than a dog, more personal than a cat, and easier to take care of than a goldfish. He's fin fin, an amazing virtual creature that lives inside your computer, thanks to Fujitsu Interactive's proprietary Artificial-Life technology. fin fin is a quirky, unpredictable, and always fascinating half-dolphin, half-bird that actually responds to your voice! He inhabits "Teo," an exotic digital planet of lush forests, enchanted woods, tropical inlets and beautiful rivers, rendered in state-of-the-art 3-D computer graphics. And he shares his world with over 40 other creatures that will startle you and fin fin with their clever antics.

Key features:

  • "Talk" to fin fin with the included Microphone and Whistle or through preset keyboard sounds. (Also compatible with the SmartSensor).
  • Feed fin fin Lemo fruit and watch him change colors.
  • "Windowed" mode let's you see and interact with fin fin while using other programs.
  • fin fin exists in real time, with 365 unique days of the year.
  • On-screen Bio-Scan allows you to monitor fin fin's physical and emotional state.
  • Capture photographs of fin fin and save them in your photo album.

System Requirements

PC Windows 95
Required CPU Pentium 75
Required RAM 16MB
Req. Hard Drive 40MB Free
Requires Mouse Yes
Required CD Speed 2X
Recommend CD Speed 4X
Required Audio 16-bit sound card
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color

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