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- Colorful and fully animated world to explore with video, songs, and full voice acting
- Educational mini-games with easy point-and-click controls
- Ability to change difficulty level of each of the mini-games for added replay value
- Familiar characters mix adventure, entertainment, and education for hours of fun for kids
descriptionWhile flying in their fabulous Dreamship, Reader Rabbit and Sam the Lion suddenly find themselves in the middle of a giant cheese ball ambush! The ambush was set up by the pesky pirates, who desperately want to capture the Dreamship. One cheese ball hits the Dreamship, and a second sweeps Reader Rabbit and Sam overboard. Luckily, they collide with a hovercraft and land safely on Mt. Cheeseopolitan Island, a small island made of cheese. Meanwhile, the Dreamship crash-lands on nearby Mt. Cheesemore Island.
The hovercraft is piloted by Professor Heathormen, a famous scientist who studies insects. Reader Rabbit and Sam want to borrow the hovercraft to travel to Mt. Cheesemore Island and find the Dreamship. But the collision badly damaged the hovercraft, so the professor must fix it before it can go anywhere. Unfortunately, the barrels that hold his repair materials—macaroni fruit, blue cheese bricks, and French bread loaves—are completely empty.
Can you help Reader Rabbit and Sam explore Mt. Cheeseopolitan Island in search of repair materials for the hovercraft? Be sure to collect enough items to fill up each of Professor Heathormen’s barrels. Then help the professor with his insect work so that he’ll have time to fix the hovercraft. Soon you’ll be on your way to Mt. Cheesemore Island to look for the Dreamship!
Be careful! Once you find the Dreamship, you’ll need to sneak by the hungry pirates who are guarding it. And even after you finally board the Dreamship, you’ll face one last surprise before you can head home to Wordville!
The game is presented in a colorful cartoon style with short videos, full voice acting, and sing-along songs designed to engage young children while still teaching basic skills. Players will be able to adjust the difficulty level of all mini-games independently which can add hours of replay value.
|Official Release Date||May 04, 2010|
Titles rated E (Everyone) have content that may be suitable for ages 6 and older. Titles in this category may contain minimal cartoon, fantasy or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.
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