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Reviews About Old Software on CD-ROM from the 1990’s

Adventures of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny, The April 19, 2009

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Storybook

The Adventures of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny

The Adventures of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny (Mindscape – ages 3-7), offers two tales, one about Peter Rabbit and the other about his cousin Benjamin Bunny (more…)

 

Mission Critical April 16, 2009

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Adventure & Mystery

Mission Critical

The main selling point of Mission Critical (Legend Entertainment) is the participation of Michael Dorn, who played Worf on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and seems to have undertaken this project before he was picked up by Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (more…)

 

Adventures of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny, The March 26, 2009

Storybook

The Adventures of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny

The Adventures of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny (Mindscape – ages 3-7), offers two tales, one about Peter Rabbit and the other about his cousin Benjamin Bunny (more…)

 

Riddle of Master Lu, The March 14, 2009

Adventure & Mystery

The Riddle of Master Lu

The Riddle of Master Lu (Sanctuary Woods) is based on a premise that is as revisionist as an Oliver Stone movie (more…)

 

Philip Marlowe: Private Eye March 12, 2009

Adventure & Mystery

Philip Marlowe: Private Eye

Philip Marlowe: Private Eye (Simon & Schuster Interactive/Byron Preiss Multimedia) takes one of Raymond Chandler’s later novels, The Little Sister, and adapts it to CD-ROM (more…)

 

Adventure Bible Handbook: The Rescue March 11, 2009

Religion

Adventure Bible Handbook: The Rescue

HarperCollins Interactive has a whole series of Bible CD-ROMs aimed at kids. Adventure Bible Handbook: The Rescue (ages 10 & up)contains some jarringly bizarre elements (more…)

 

Elk Moon Murder, The

Adventure & Mystery

The Elk Moon Murder

The Elk Moon Murder (Activision), of the Santa Fe Mystery series, uses so many immediately recognizable elements that you might guess the creator has a history working in TV, and you’d be right (more…)