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PC Building Simulator lets players get to grips and experiment with building their very own gaming PC, without the associated risks and costs. With tutorials to help master the basics and an array of accurate and lifelike components that function exactly as they would in real life.
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Desert Storm with Coalition Command consists actually of two different programs, Desert Storm and Coalition Command. Desert Storm is the focus of the release and a database about the Gulf War. It cites the complete official report from the Pentagon to the Congress and adds multimedia (sound bites and photographs).
Coalition Command is an educational game about the Gulf War, aiming to give insights to how a war is planned and managed on the command level.
D.W. the Picky Eater is an interactive storybook and an educational game for children aged three to seven. It is based on the 1995 children's book by Marc Brown. Players follow D.W., Arthur Read the aardvark's sister, who dislikes a lot of food because it looks disgusting to her. Items she does not like include pickles, tomatoes, pineapple, spinach, salad, parsnips etc. The story is told through narration and text on the screen and meanwhile many hotspots in the environment can be clicked for a short animation. There are also several mini-games such as decorating D.W.'s playhouse along with a game, soaking gophers with the water hose, setting the table and so on.
Let’s Go Read: An Island Adventure is an educational computer game for ages 4 to 6. It features 35 games and activities that focus on reading skills for the targeted age group. Robby (a raccoon) does not know how to read after a large sign is put up outside his home. After a bit of thinking, Emily (a squirrel) helps Robby learn to read by going to Letter Island by entering the Reading Rover, an airplane powered with word fuel. The player takes part by learning the letter sounds, and then the player sounds out the letter out loud, followed by a game which the player must find the correct phonetic letter sound for example.
Mario Family is a piece of software for the Game Boy Color released only in Japan to be compatible with Jaguar's JN-100 sewing machine. The JN-100 came with a cable that would link it to a Game Boy Color, and in the game the player can choose one of several designs that the machine can copy onto fabric. This game is the second Mario sewing game after I Am a Teacher: Super Mario Sweater. It is also the last Mario game on the GBC.