20 Games Like Blue's Clues: Blue's Alphabet Book()
Woldwide crime wave!
Acme Detective Agency hot on the trail of master thief Carmen Sandiego and her henchmen.
Wanted: Detective to locate and capture Carmen and her gang. Must be hard working, independent, fun seeking individual willing to travel the world. No experience necessary.
- Digitised graphics
- Hundreds of cases
- More animated sequinces
- Play in 5 languages
Don't forget your World Almanac. It is a gumshoe's best friend.
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Help Bert and Ernie find their lost collectibles.
Preschoolers are in for a wonderful alphabet-packed good time. Join Elmo and his Sesame Street pals in wonderful 3D action adventures as he swims, drives, and blasts off into a vibrantly colored world of video game fun!
- Helps children ages 3-6 with letter recognition and basic spelling skills
- 3 skill levels easily adjustable by parent or child
- Features voices from the beloved TV show
Woody Woodpecker: Escape from Buzz Buzzard Park is an adventure game in the third person, in which the player controls his character in an environment modeled in computer graphics and real-time 3D , with the camera placed behind or around the figure. The game consists of twenty-one levels of type platform. The progress in the game is based primarily on the skill and dexterity needed to overcome obstacles that present themselves (to cross chasms, climb walls) or unblock access to the following level by manipulating objects (Woody sometimes needs use its beak to that effect). When Woody must skip a cross indicates in advance the precise location where it is about to fall, thus aiming at best. The game also includes a battle against the minions from Buzz Buzzard Woody can attack in different ways, using its beak or special attacks. Besides Woody Woodpecker himself, the player can also choose to play Knothead or Splinter once Woody found one of them.
Dropping down the Perfect Fit game chute are familiar, everyday objects such as letters, numbers, figures, and lots of familiar Fisher-Price toys. Inside the game board are outlines of these same objects, just waiting for you to move the pictures into their correct outlines. Play at your own level, from simple matches to matches requiring up-down or side-to-side flips. Play alone and better your time, or play against a friend or even the computer to see who's quicker. Whichever way you do it, it's great fun!