Mixed-Up Mother Goose (Atari ST, 3 1/2" Disk) Sierra - 1987 USA, Canada Release
Mixed-Up Mother Goose
|Media||3 1/2" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Adventure, Children's Adventure|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
A game your children will love.
Best-selling authoress Roberta Williams is a master storyteller, famous for her fantasy adventure games. Now, Sierra combines her magic touch with the classic rhymes of Mother Goose to create her first adventure game for kids. Mixed-Up Mother Goose has been made so simple that even young children can play it when adults are out of the room. Once you get the program started, your child can take over because only a few keys are necessary.
Choose the character that looks like your child!
Help your child select from a variety of characters (male or female) to represent him or her in the game. Help them type in their name to further personalize their character. Mother Goose can now use your child's name when talking to him or her throughout the adventure.
Your child becomes a hero by helping Mother Goose!
Roberta Williams takes your child on an "adventure in dreamland," where he or she will help Mother Goose by finding missing pieces to some of her most popular rhymes. Find the missing sheep and take them back to little Bo Peep. Help Little Miss Muffet find her Tuffet. Find the pail and return it to Jack and Jill. Your child will even go on a quest at the service of Old King Cole.
Once the rhyme has been corrected, it comes to life in brilliant color and splendid animation, and the rhyme is performed for your child by the onscreen characters. Each is accompanied with a charming musical score so your child can sing along.
Mixed-Up Mother Goose features:
-Up to 12 children can save their game according to their name. Great for brothers and sisters or classroom groups.
- Easy-to-use menus make it simple to play, save the game, or select options such as joystick control.
- Includes a free color map of Mother Goose Land.
- Randomly located objects and characters allow your child to enjoy playing Mixed-Up Mother Goose over and over again.