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Barbie Magic Genie Bottle and CD-ROM (2000, PC) - Longplay
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Barbie Magic Genie Bottle and CD-ROM (2000, PC) - Longplay

You find yourself in possession of an ornate bottle and take it to an antique shop to have the bottle evaluated and appraised. The storekeeper informs you that the bottle is magic and that all you need to do is rub it. Suddenly, Barbie emerges from the bottle in genie form and explains her plight -- an evil genie in the employ of a sinister sultan stole her powers. She requests your help to retrieve her powers and defeat the bad sultan and genie. Barbie Magic Genie Bottle is a computer game that is packaged with a custom-purpose input peripheral -- an actual genie bottle that attaches to a Windows PC via a standard PC 15-pin joystick port. The bottle is used to invoke special actions during the game and is thus a required component of the gameplay. Barbie transports the player to the distant land where you will be assisting her. Barbie needs the player to visit 5 different lands and collect 5 different gems. In order to collect the gem in each land, the player must solve a puzzle. Solving the puzzle requires collecting 5 puzzle pieces scattered about the land. Gameplay involves navigating through a first-person 3D city on foot and via flying carpet, which raises the player up to a higher plane. All the while, Barbie is in tow lending advice. Throughout different cities, the player also has to interact with other people and complete sub-quests that they assign in order to advance the game. Barbie Magic Genie Bottle and CD-ROM was released in 2000 for PC (Windows 95 + 98). The game was developed by Gorilla Systems and published by Mattel Interactive as part of Barbie Software for Girls collection. In this game, Barbie is a genie who needs to find her missing power gems with help from a Magic Genie Bottle. It cost $39.99. There is also a Game Boy Color game named Barbie Magic Genie Adventure. Official Description "Release Barbie Genie from her Bottle and save the kingdom together! Fly on your own magic carpet to five exotic lands in search of Barbie® Genie's stolen power gems! Your Magic Genie Bottle gives you the power to reveal secret clues, solve puzzles and magically release Barbie® Genie so she can help you on your journey! Only you can save the kingdom from the Evil Sultan and give Barbie® Genie her powers back! Search for the five missing power gems with Barbie Genie! Use the magical map to explore lands like the Rainbow Forest and City in the Clouds! Collect and discover hidden clues by using your Magic Genie Bottle! Meet new friends and find out special secrets on your quest! Play fun games and solve puzzles by rubbing your Magic Genie Bottle! Play Benefits: Hours of computer fun searching for the missing power gems! Magic Genie Bottle empowers girls during the adventure gameplay! Promotes creative thinking and problem solving! Here's how to create on-screen magic with your Magic Genie Bottle! Bottle plugs into computer... Then rub the bottle... Lift the lid and watch the bottle light up... Like magic! Barbie® appears on-screen and guides you on the quest for the missing power gems! Check out barbie.com!" Characters Barbie Genie Sultan Kardal Kardal’s Genie -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Voice Over Talent Chris Anthony, Kimberly D. Brooks, Flo Di Re, Michael Gough, John Hyke, Roger Labon Jackson, Lani Minella Full credits available at: https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/barbie-magic-genie-bottle/credits -- Video creator notes -- The CD version of this game was played using a virtual machine. The virtual machine software used is VMWare using guest OS Windows XP. The game seems to work fine on Windows 10, though I needed the game to run windowed to be able to make sure recording was working. The game was played without the physical bottle since I don't have one. The bottle would normally connect via game port which was commonly available on PCs back in the day. However, you can also emulate the functionality of the bottle using the F5 and F6 keys. The F5 key is for rubbing the bottle and the F6 key for removing the cap. -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Highlight 0:10 Intros 2:10 The Market 36:38 The Oasis 51:11 The Ice Mountain 1:06:50 Rainbow Forest 1:18:55 City in the Clouds 1:33:30 Oasis Puzzle 1:35:03 Game ending -- Game info -- Developed by: Gorilla Systems Corporation Published by: Mattel Interactive Released: 2000 -- Settings and application information -- Game played using VMWare Workstation, Guest: Windows XP SP3 Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #barbie #2000s #oldschoolgaming
Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack 🐻 (1994, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack 🐻 (1994, PC) - Longplay

Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack is a title in the Putt-Putt series with 15 different minigames and activities. Some games are traditional, such as Tic-Tac-Toe, Checkers, Reversi, or the card game Go Fish. Others are renamed versions of popular games. "Remember!" is basically Concentration, a memory game. "The Cheese King" is Hangman, while the "On-Ramps & Off Ramps" is the board game chutes & ladders. "Word Hunt!" is the device in puzzle books where you find words in letter grids. In "Guess It!", you use logic to figure out which fruits are used and which locations they've been placed in. "Lines & Boxes" is another logic game, making boxes by drawing lines between a grid of dots. Finally, Tangrams is a spatial recognition game, fitting pieces into different shapes. This is a compilation of Putt-Putt's Fun Pack and Fatty Bear's Fun Pack, along with four new games. Most of the games are played against either Putt-Putt or Fatty Bear. Most of these games have multiple difficulty levels. Although designed for children 3-8, many of the games should give even parents the occasional run-for-the-money at the hardest level. Finally, there are four games just for fun: In "Circus Stormin'" - a side-scrolling arcade game - you control Putt-Putt up and down, moving him around obstacles and having him pick up balloons. There's also a sliding tiles (logic puzzle) game with slightly varying images, and a Pachinko pinball where you can create your own 'field' of 6x11 bumpers and the balls make amusing sounds when they hit. There's also a 35-page in-game coloring book with 16 mixable palette slots. Putt-Putt & Fatty Bear's Activity Pack is a spin-off game released in March 25, 1994 by Humongous Entertainment MS-DOS and Macintosh systems. It is a combination of the previously released spin-offs Putt-Putt's Fun Pack and Fatty Bear's Fun Pack with four new mini-games added. The game features fifteen mini-games hosted by either Putt-Putt or Fatty Bear. This is the only game featuring both of these characters together, disregarding cameos. All of the background music is entirely recycled from Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, even in the games that are originally from Fatty Bear's Fun Pack. -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Full credits available at: https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/putt-putt-and-fatty-bears-activity-pack/credits -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 10 using ScummVM. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294720/PuttPutt_and_Fatty_Bears_Activity_Pack/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Highlight 0:15 Intros 0:39 Checkers 12:09 Tic Tac Toe 14:35 Remember 17:20 Puzzle Blocks 20:44 Pinball 21:35 Cheese King 25:06 Reversi 37:22 Lines and Boxes 44:24 Go Fish 51:35 Coloring 55:44 Tangrams 58:13 Word Hunt 1:00:55 Guess It! 1:05:16 On-Ramps and Off-Ramps 1:10:03 Circus Stormin' 1:14:35 Video end -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1994 -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To retain the pixel art look of the game, the game was scaled to 1920x1200 which is 3 times the original resolution. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon 🌙 (1993, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon 🌙 (1993, PC) - Longplay

When Putt-Putt visits the fireworks 🎆factory, a slip of Pep's 🐶 paw sends him rocketing to the moon 🌑. Once there, he must gather the pieces of a rocket ship to get himself and Pep back home to Earth 🌍. Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon is the second game in the Putt-Putt series. It was released in 1993 by Humongous Entertainment for the DOS operating system as well as the 3DO. It was ported to the Mac OS in 1994 and Windows 3.1 and higher in 1995. Some parts of the moon are several references to Star Wars episodes 4-6: A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi. These are possible references to Lucasfilm Games, as the creator Ron Gilbert had initially worked for them and created the (now famous) SCUMM engine for Maniac Mansion. An accident at Mr. Firebird's Fireworks Factory blasted Putt-Putt and Pep to the moon. They need to explore the moon to find and receive rocket parts to return home. This was the first Humongous video game to feature the soundtrack composed by George Alistair Sanger, who would then compose later popular HE games such as Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds, Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo, and Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat from Your Head to Your Feet. Unlike the other HE classics, the MIDI soundtrack to this game was also optimized for higher-end sound cards, such as the Roland GS. It was also the first Putt-Putt game in the series to feature a vocal opening theme (on the 3DO version and the later Windows versions; the MS-DOS and Macintosh versions simply had an instrumental opening theme). Plot Putt-Putt and Pep are excited to visit Mr. Firebird in the Fireworks Factory. As they enter, they are welcomed by Mr. Firebird. Mr. Firebird offers Putt-Putt to make fireworks, but he warns him not to touch the lever. After he finishes, a butterfly enters the factory and lands on the lever. Unfortunately, the excited Pep tries to catch the butterfly, only to pull the lever by accident. Rockets flew around everywhere, and one of them blasted Putt-Putt and Pep through the roof and out of the factory! The two of them fly into space and eventually land on the moon, and Putt-Putt wonders how they will return to Earth. Putt-Putt meets Rover after being saved from the moon goo when a bridge collapsed. Rover explains his situation of being abandoned by astronauts, and wants to return to Earth too. After Putt-Putt wishes that there's something he can do, Rover shows Putt-Putt a rocket ice cream shop. Putt-Putt needs to find rocket parts and glowing moon crystals to purchase the rocket and fly back to Earth. Once Putt-Putt has everything, he purchases the rocket with glowing moon crystals. Putt-Putt then places the parts and the rocket blasts to Earth. Back on Earth, the other cars are happy that Putt-Putt has returned and has met Rover. Gameplay The player takes control of Putt-Putt with the goal of finding the missing rocket parts so Putt-Putt can return to Earth and having fun along the way. The game is played by using the mouse to interact with the environment. By clicking on various areas called Click Points, the player can collect items, talk with other characters, and watch entertaining animations. Items are collected to help the player solve puzzles. The game contains many places on the moon. While searching for the missing parts, the player can learn about all the places that are on the moon. -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Full credits available at: https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/putt-putt-goes-to-the-moon/credits -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 10 using ScummVM. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294650/PuttPutt_Goes_to_the_Moon/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Highlight 0:14 Intros 1:05 Driving 3:00 Fireworks factory 5:50 In space 8:00 On the moon 10:02 Hide and seek Minigame 11:30 Rover 13:15 Plan for rocket 17:54 Moon basketball 18:54 Beauty shop 21:00 Steering wheel 22:13 Moon City Observatory 26:00 Alien tag minigame 28:18 Man in the moon, nose cone 31:51 Cosmic Dust Diner 33:18 Bear Stormin' Minigame 41:27 More Alien Tag 42:57 Bought the Rocket 44:12 Rocket Fuel 49:11 Receiving the key 55:05 Start Rocket Ship 57:00 Game Credits -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1993 -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To retain the pixel art look of the game, the game was scaled to 1920x1200 which is 3 times the original resolution. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt Joins the Parade (1992, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt Joins the Parade (1992, PC) - Longplay

Putt-Putt wants to join the Cartown Parade. But, first, he must earn money for a carwash, find a balloon, and get a pet (Pep, the puppy). This is the first game in the Putt-Putt series. Putt-Putt will be delivering groceries, mowing lawns and learning to wait for the green light before crossing the road. Putt-Putt Joins the Parade is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Humongous Entertainment for DOS in 1992, on five floppy disks and on CD-ROM. In 1994, a 3DO version was released in both the United States and Japan. A Windows and Macintosh version was released in 1995. It is the first game developed by Humongous Entertainment. Putt-Putt Joins the Parade is the first game in the Putt-Putt series and introduces Putt-Putt as the main character. Cartown is having its annual Pet Parade and Putt-Putt wants to join. Before he can enter the parade, he must first get a pet, find a balloon, and get cleaned at the car wash. Probably most notable for being produced by Ron Gilbert, creator of the Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island series, allowing this and most subsequent Humongous releases to run on the powerful SPUTM engine (popularly known as SCUMM) used in those games. Plot When Putt-Putt hears on his radio that a pet parade is coming to Cartown, he really wants to be in it. Before he can enter the parade, he must find a pet and a balloon, and get cleaned at the car wash. After that, Putt-Putt goes to talk to Smokey the Fire Engine to borrow his lawn mower, so he could make some money to use the car wash. He goes to Green Street, Red Street, and Blue Street to help people by mowing lawns and delivering groceries for Mr. Baldini to earn money for the car wash. Putt-Putt then helps a car, Mrs. Airbag, who lost her baby in the movies. After finding Baby Beep, Mrs. Airbag allows Putt-Putt to take her last balloon as a reward for helping her. Finally, he goes in a cave and finds a puppy that he names Pep. After that, he is the leader of the parade, and everyone has a happy day! Gameplay Putt-Putt Joins the Parade, like other later Humongous Entertainment games, is a point-and-click adventure game. The player takes control of Putt-Putt with the goal of finding a pet and a balloon, getting cleaned at the car wash, getting a new paint job, or doing both of those things, and having fun along the way. The game is played by using the mouse to interact with the environment. By clicking on various areas called Click Points, the player can collect items, talk with other characters, and watch entertaining animations. Items are collected to help the player solve puzzles. The game contains five different areas to explore: the three streets, the cave, and the movie theater. These areas are joined in the middle by Cartown. Of course, Putt-Putt can join the parade either with or without getting a car wash if he has a new paint job assigned. -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Full credits available at: https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/putt-putt-joins-the-parade/credits -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 10 using ScummVM. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/283920/PuttPutt_Joins_the_Parade/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Highlight 0:10 Intros 1:15 Going to cartown 5:44 Smokey the Fire Engine 7:15 Toy Store 15:42 Baldini's Grocery Store, Birdseed 22:00 Found Puppy 22:53 Cartown Movies, Balloon 25:00 Carwash 27:10 Delivering more groceries 30:00 Mowing lawns, Found bone 36:09 Cartown Color 37:54 Smokey 38:45 Pep joins 39:20 Parade starts 41:24 Credits -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1992 -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To retain the pixel art look of the game, the game was scaled to 1920x1200 which is 3 times the original resolution. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt Travels Through Time (1997, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt Travels Through Time (1997, PC) - Longplay

Putt-Putt goes to visit his friend Mr. Firebird and show him his new school supplies before Putt-Putt goes to school. Putting a nickel into Mr. Firebird's time machine turns the machine on, sucking Pep and Putt-Putt's school supplies into four eras of the past and the future. You and Putt-Putt have to travel into the Time of Dinosaurs, the Medieval Times, the Wild West and the Future, so Putt-Putt can be reunited with his things. Along the way you must collect items that you will need to get your things back, meet some new friends and solve difficult puzzles. Some friends you will meet are Mr. Brachiosaurus, Silverado Sam, King Chariot and Darien the librarian and some needed items are a stone bowl, fire wood, a rope and some custom made pet food. Putt-Putt Travels Through Time is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Humongous Entertainment in 1997. It is the fourth game in the Putt-Putt series. Infogrames later re-packaged this game in a bundle with Putt-Putt and Pep's Balloon-O-Rama in 1999. It was, fifteen years later, ported to iOS on August 14, 2012. In this game, Putt-Putt must travel through time to retrieve his calculator, history report, lunchbox, and Pep. He travels through four time periods: age of the dinosaurs, medieval times, wild west, and the future. It is also the last game to feature Jason Ellefson as the voice of Putt-Putt. Plot The game begins with Putt-Putt packing his new school supplies. Putt-Putt is excited to show Mr. Firebird his history report, calculator, Smokey the Fire Engine lunchbox, and Pep before school starts. He wakes up Pep, brings his coin, and heads down the road to Mr. Firebird's Lab. He explains about his new Time Portal invention, which allows the past and future to be seen without actually traveling there. After Putt-Putt takes out his things, Mr. Firebird attempts to start the machine. After failing, he realizes he needs a coin to start the machine, and he is fresh out. Putt-Putt offers the coin, and Mr. Firebird starts the machine. However, the Time Portal goes haywire and opens up. It sucks Putt-Putt's objects and Pep into time. A panicked Mr. Firebird tells Putt-Putt of the risk of being sucked into time unless the portal is closed for good. Putt-Putt assures him that he will gather his things and Pep soon, and enters the Time Portal. Putt-Putt must retrieve his lost things and his lost dog Pep in order for Mr. Firebird to close the portal for good. In the end, Putt-Putt returns to the present with all his things and Pep as fast as lightning, and Mr. Firebird is surprised to see him with his items and Pep, congratulates Putt-Putt for doing a great job, and successfully closes the portal for good before Putt-Putt shows him his new school supplies. Putt-Putt tells Mr. Firebird that he doesn't know about disasters and liked time traveling and that it is the best fun ever between him and Mr. Firebird. Mr. Firebird is glad that Putt-Putt had so much fun while time traveling, but then tells Putt-Putt that he's going to be late for school unless he hurries according to Mr. Firebird's calculations. Putt-Putt tells him that he's right, and he will show him his school supplies and Pep later. At school, Putt-Putt shares the news by telling everyone about time traveling. Gameplay The game contains four different areas to explore: the Age of the Dinosaurs, Medieval Times, Wild West, and the Future. These areas are joined in the middle by the Time Portal and Cartown. -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Full credits available at: https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/putt-putt-travels-through-time/credits -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 10 using ScummVM. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294670/PuttPutt_Travels_Through_Time/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:04 Highlight 0:40 Game intro 1:44 Going to Mr. Firebird 6:23 Time portal 11:06 Time of Dinosaurs 32:52 Medieval times 37:56 Time of Dinosaurs, Picture Jumble 40:04 Wild West 46:16 The Future 56:40 Lunchbox 58:11 The Future 1:08:15 Going back 1:09:53 Wild West, Oil & Water 1:13:00 Medieval times 1:13:11 Open gate 1:14:00 History report, Book 1:21:48 Blacksmith 1:23:12 Shoo, Crow, Shoo! Minigame 1:26:20 Chewy Fruity Wagon Wheels 1:27:25 Tobias T. Train 1:34:13 Found Pep 1:34:45 Game end, Credits -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1997 -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To keep the pixel art look of the game, the game window was scaled at 1280x960. Then in OBS, I scaled the output to 1920x1440. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt Joins the Circus (2000, PC) - Longplay 🤹‍♀️
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Putt-Putt Joins the Circus (2000, PC) - Longplay 🤹‍♀️

The circus has arrived in Apple Valley and owner Mr. Sweeney has asked Putt-Putt to get his 5 circus acts ready. There's Ivan the Semi-Strong Van, who needs his special energy drink mixed up; there's the leaky pool that Francine the high diver needs fixed; there's Eunice the Unicycle who needs her umbrella for the high wire act. There's also other folks around, such as Phillipe the Flea, Bette Bandwagon, Katie Cannonball and the Flying Porkowskis to name a few. All can use some help. And there's plenty of locations to explore and things to click on. There's also 5 mini-games - Clown Table (the "Mr Potatohead" game), Magic Cards (concentration), the arcade game Peanut Gallery (tossing peanuts to cars moving across the screen), Pie Toss Arena (360 degrees of target practice tossing) and the arcady Titanic Trampoline, which is kind of a vertical (bouncing) scroller where Putt bounces up multiple screen levels, popping balloons for points. Putt-Putt Joins the Circus is the 6th game in the Putt-Putt series and was released in 2000. Alternate Titles "Бип-Бип Выступает в Цирке " -- Russian Spelling "Töff-Töff geht zum Zirkus " -- German Title "Putt-Putt 4 - In het Circus " -- Dutch Title "Pouce-Pouce 4 - Découvre le Cirque " -- French Title "Bip-Bip Vystupaet v Cirke" -- Russian Title -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Full credits available at https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/putt-putt-joins-the-circus/credits Featuring the Voice of Nancy Cartwright (as Putt-Putt) Additional Voice Talent by Henry Dardenne, Stefan Mitchell, Ken Boynton, Scott Burns, George Catalano, Jeff Steitzer, David Scully, Kelly Wright, Jessi Badami, Kathy Levin, Laura Kenny, Kathleen Seymour, Bhama Rogers, Kymberli Colbourne, Graham Staff, Trinity Ward, Rebecca Ireland, Gail Shelly, Sophie McDonald, Tristan Bancks -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 10 using ScummVM. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294690/PuttPutt_Joins_the_Circus/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:54 On the way 5:37 At the circus 7:19 B.J. Sweeney 10:10 Big Top song 12:44 Lester the flea 13:33 Bart the Peanut Cart 16:08 Reginald the Lion 19:21 The Circus Song 20:44 BuzzSaw 22:03 Sebastian the Seal 23:50 Belobrodnik Bear 28:24 Painting Putt-Putt 30:55 Hank the Security Car 33:30 Found Umbrella 35:00 Face maker minigame 35:54 Honko the Clown 37:33 Found trampoline 39:30 Marvin the Marvelous 43:43 Mama Mombassa 45:40 Found net 46:47 Found saw 47:37 Recipe found 48:35 Making power shake 50:12 Giving safety net 53:43 Bette Bandwagon, found translation book 57:49 Katie Cannonball 1:00:15 Francine the Hippo 1:02:33 Ivan the semi-strong van 1:05:50 Eunice the unicycle 1:08:08 Talking to Honko the clown 1:09:24 Flea tent 1:11:50 Cutting pool patch 1:12:27 Giving juggling club 1:13:50 Giving plans for cannon 1:15:52 Pool patched, swimsuit 1:18:14 Nose for Honko 1:19:20 Costume for Reginald 1:19:51 Circus opening 1:22:41 Big Show 1:23:07 Game Credits -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 2000 Platforms: Android, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Macintosh Gameplay: Puzzle elements, Mini-games -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To keep the pixel art look of the game, the game window was scaled at 1280x960. Then in OBS, I scaled the output to 1920x1440. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #2000s #Gaming
Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo (1995, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo (1995, PC) - Longplay

In this typical point-and-click game, Putt-Putt and his faithful dog Pep have to help Outback Al find six missing baby animals before the new Cartown Zoo can open. Putt-Putt must search through Arctic Land, Jungle Land and Grasslands for the missing little ones. Once he finds them, he must use tools he finds along the way to help them get home to their parents. Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Humongous Entertainment in 1995. It is the third game in the Putt-Putt series. On November 15, 2011, the game was released on iOS, and was released multiple times on the same platform since then. The game follows Putt-Putt in his quest to find the six missing baby animals at the Cartown Zoo. Along the way, he meets many of the Zoo's creatures including artistic apes, joke-telling birds and singing decorative bushes. Plot It's the day of the grand opening of the Cartown Zoo. Putt-Putt and his dog Pep drive into Cartown to visit Mr. Baldini before attending the ceremonies. After saying hello, Mr. Baldini asks Putt-Putt if he can take some Zoo Chow to Outback Al, the new zookeeper. Putt-Putt agrees and makes his way to the Cartown Zoo. The zoo is still closed and Putt-Putt enters after the front gates are opened by Outback Al. After Putt-Putt delivers the bag of Zoo Chow, Outback Al mentions that the zoo is in quite a mess and is not ready to be opened. He explains how many of the exhibits still need fixing. On top of that, six baby zoo animals have gone missing. Putt-Putt offers to help by finding the missing animals. Outback Al is relieved and gives Putt-Putt a list of the missing animals: Baby Jambo the elephant, Masai the giraffe, Kenya the lion cub, Zanzibar the hippo, Sammy Seal, and Little Skeeter the snake. Putt-Putt must find these six baby animals. After all six baby animals are rescued, Outback Al announces the opening of the Cartown Zoo to all the other cars. Gameplay Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo, like other Humongous Entertainment games, is a point-and-click adventure game. The player takes control of Putt-Putt with the goal of rescuing six missing baby animals and having fun along the way. The game is played by using the mouse to interact with the environment. By clicking on various areas called click points, the player can collect items, talk with other characters, and watch funny animations. Items are collected to help the player solve puzzles. The game contains four different areas to explore: the Zoo Lobby, Arcticland, Grasslands, and Jungleland. These areas are joined in the middle by the Zoo Hub. -- Sources: Fandom, Mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Full credits available at https://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/putt-putt-saves-the-zoo/credits Music Composed and Performed by Team Fat Joe McDermott, George Alistair Sanger (credited as The Fat Man), David Govett, K. Weston Phelan Putt-Putt created by: Shelley M. Day Starring: Jason Ellefson (Putt-Putt), Brandon Ross Muller (Baby Jambo), Katie Young (Kenya), Amy Christine Maier (Masai), Heather Refvem (Sammy), Patrick Kilbane (Skeeter), Alexander Johnston (Zanzibar) -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 10 using ScummVM. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294660/PuttPutt_Saves_The_Zoo/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 5:34 Topiary Creatures 7:15 Delivering Zoo Chow 8:38 Chuck Wagon 9:49 Map 10:56 Zoo Gift Shop 12:35 Arcticland: Rope, Avalanche 14:50 Grasslands 16:20 Animal tag 20:30 Baby Jambo's mother, Sammy Seal 24:32 Mrs. Giraffe 27:09 Lions 28:46 Saving Baby Jumbo 31:12 Paint Shack 33:17 Jungle Land 34:10 Monkey Rhymes 35:32 Toolbox 36:08 Mrs. Boa 39:35 Jungle Dock 40:57 Hippos 43:46 Kenya on waterfall 45:58 Masai stuck 48:12 Scenic View 49:29 Saving Kenya 50:59 Rapids (again) 52:38 Saving Masai 53:50 Snow shoveling 54:10 Saving Little Skeeter 55:50 Penguin Music 57:58 Saving Zanzibar 1:01:01 Seals 1:03:55 Ice Hockey 1:10:40 Visiting Elephants again 1:11:12 Saving Sammy Seal 1:12:12 All animals saved 1:13:35 Credits -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1995 Platforms: Android, DVD Player, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Macintosh, Windows Gameplay: Puzzle elements -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To keep the pixel art look of the game, the game window was scaled at 1280x960. Then in OBS, I scaled the output to 1920x1440. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt and Pep's Balloon-o-Rama (1996, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt and Pep's Balloon-o-Rama (1996, PC) - Longplay

In this arcade style game game, the two main characters Putt-Putt and his faithful companion Pep the dog need to pop all the balloons in the 120 levels of this game. Once all balloons in a level are popped, the game will allow you to proceed to the next level. The game also offers the option of creating your own levels. Each balloon has a different surprise after being punctured. Candies add points and garbage takes them away. If Pep manages to pop a few balloons at once while not returning to Putt-Putt, the player will earn more points. There are also loads of power ups in the game to help you double your points. When the player succeeds in destroying the flying saucer, they will be able to take part in the bonus round on the moon. Putt-Putt and Pep's Balloon-O-Rama is a Junior Arcade game developed by Humongous Entertainment and released for the Windows and Macintosh operating systems in October of 1996. Plot Putt-Putt and Pep are driving through the Cartown country side with some balloons. Putt-Putt then tells Pep to hold on to the balloons. Pep then opens his mouth to bark and the balloons float into the air. Putt-Putt and Pep then set out to pop all of the balloons. At the end of the game, Putt-Putt is very glad that Pep is the balloon popping pup ever as Pep pops the final balloon. With that, the two return home. Gameplay Balloon-O-Rama's gameplay is similar to that of Breakout, a 1976 Atari arcade game. Each level of the game has old scenes from Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon, Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo and Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise. Worlds Outskirts of Cartown Cartown Fireworks Factory Cartown Zoo Gate The Grasslands Arcticland Cave Cartown Beach Fatty Bear's House Prize Booth Spaceship The Moon -- Sources: Fandom, Abandonwaregames.net, mobygames -- -- Game credits -- Designed By Rhett Mathis, Kris Summers Lead Artists Brad Carlton, Tom Verre Project Lead/Programming Rhett Mathis Producer Kris Summers Paper Animation Edward Pun, Brad Carlton, Kelle Vozka, Chad S. Hawks Additional Animation Greg Griffith, Jay Sopp Additional Programming Richard Moe, Peter Crayne, Bret Barrett Game Level Design Dolores Carney, Chris Bui, Nicholas Sutton, Kris Summers, Rhett Mathis Background Art Jeremy Kromberg, Dave Danioth Background Layout Design Rafael Calonzo Jr. Music Produced Composed and Performed By Rhett Mathis Dialog Written By Laurie Rose Bauman, Rhett Mathis Lead Ink and Painter L. Michael Fisher Digital Ink and Paint Michael Jacob, L. Michael Fisher System Programming Brad P. Taylor, Jason King, Brian W. Brown, Ron Gilbert Macintosh Game System Scott Warren, Peter Crayne Dialog Editing Laren Crawford QA Lead David Nixon Junior QA Lead Spencer Kimmel Testers Marcus King, Bradley Keith Lyons, Andrés Méndez, Ruth A. Lopez On-Line Help Stephen W. Johnson Putt-Putt Created By Shelley M. Day Putt-Putt Played By Jason Ellefson Special Thanks To Bret Barrett -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 11 using ScummVM. -- Commercial Steam description -- Help Putt-Putt bounce his pal Pep into the air to pop colorful balloons--some filled with hidden surprises! Balloon-O-Rama features 120 levels of action and hidden bonus rounds. It even has a construction mode, so kids can build their own challenging levels! The junior arcade games are jam-packed with fast and furious game-play that will provide hours of fun. Features: Challenging arcade-style games 120 levels Construction mode allows kids to create their own levels of balloon fun Junior Arcade games are jam packed with fast-and-furious game-play that satisfies kids' hunger for action and surprises! Starring lovable characters and the high-quality, hand-drawn animation that families have come to expect from Humongous Entertainment. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/284000/PuttPutt_and_Peps_BalloonoRama/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 1:54 Outskirts of Cartown 9:37 Cartown 20:45 Fireworks Factory 29:00 Cartown Zoo Gate 41:08 The Grasslands 52:25 Arcticland 1:04:37 Cave 1:21:04 Cartown Beach 1:39:30 Fatty Bear's House 1:58:00 Prize Booth 2:11:26 Spaceship 2:31:16 The Moon 3:00:35 Game ending -- Game info -- Published and developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1996 Platforms: Linux, Macintosh, Windows, Windows 3.x Gameplay: Action, Arcade, Pinball Other names: Автомобильчик Бип-Бип и полёты на воздушных шариках Perspective: Side view -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 To keep the pixel art look of the game, the game window was scaled at 1280x960. Then in OBS, I scaled the output to 1920x1440. The video was then uploaded in 2560x1440 resolution. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog On A Stick: Custom Levels (1996, PC)
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Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog On A Stick: Custom Levels (1996, PC)

The custom level builder allows you to build your own levels in Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog On A Stick. You can insert all items, critters, obstacles etc. that you can also find in the 100 standard levels. Full longplay for this game: https://youtu.be/QWbXcE2bGoE -- You guide Pep on a pogo stick through a 3d maze, avoiding hazards like oil spills and traps. The dog collects bones, ice cream cones and candy to gain points. As the game progresses, trampolines appear, changing the path of Pep. The game was designed as a junior arcade for 3-8 years old. Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog on a Stick is a computer arcade game developed by Humongous Entertainment in 1996. It is the only game in the Putt-Putt series where Putt-Putt does not change his color. Plot Putt-Putt goes with Pep to the recycling dump to deposit old bottles and cans. While Pep takes the recyclable trash inside the dump, he finds a pogo stick in good condition and starts bouncing on it. The two friends then go around the dump looking for good bones. Gameplay The game consists of 100 levels. In each level, the player must maneuver Pep to bounce from surface to surface to collect as many bones as possible then reach the checkers flag, before the time runs out. Pep can only jump between one tier and another in a straight diagonal direction. Powerup items can boost Pep's speed when picked up. When hopped on, a power pad will double Pep's jumping altitude capability temporarily. Critters (such as bears) will hinder Pep's progress. The gameplay's style is reminiscent to Q-Bert Worlds Cartown Dump Canyon Seaside Tundra Jungle Warehouse Greenhouse Cartown Gas and Tires Ruins Castle -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom -- -- Game credits -- Credits Game Design Matthew Mahon Producer Kris Summers Lead Artist Tom Verre Lead Programmer Matthew Mahon Paper Animation Chad S. Hawks, Edward Pun Additional Art Scott Brothers, Greg Griffith, Erik Haldi, Colin Odell, Michael Paganini, Shawn Trotter, Sandy Spangler, Leah Verre Additional Programming Dolores Carney, Richard Moe Sound Effects Programming Devin Hurd Background Art Dave Danioth Lead Ink and Paint Jay Sopp Digital Ink and Paint Michael Jacob, Colin Tennery, L. Michael Fisher, J. Clayton Corbisier Music Produced/Composed/Performed by Jeremy Soule System Programming Brad P. Taylor, Jason King, Brian W. Brown, Ron Gilbert Macintosh Game System Scott Warren, Peter Crayne Level Design Matthew Mahon, Dolores Carney, Kris Summers Dialog Laurie Rose Bauman Dialog Editing Laren Crawford QA Lead David Nixon Jr. QA Lead Spencer Kimmel Testing Zenon Thornton, Kyle Casperson Additional Testing Marcus King, Ruth A. Lopez, Andrés Méndez, Eric T. H. Olson, Patrick Wylie Help File Stephen W. Johnson Putt-Putt Created by Shelley M. Day Putt-Putt Played by Jason Ellefson -- Video creator notes -- The original version of the game was played on Windows 11 using ScummVM. -- Commercial Steam description -- Jump in and help Pep collect all of the goodies before his rivals catch him! Oil slicks, trampolines and teleporters can make Pep's journey even more unpredictable! Pep's quick with his hoppin' stick, but he'll really need to push his pace to hop from one challenging level to the next. Pigs with jet packs, bouncing bears and leaping frogs, what will Pep face next? Challenging, arcade-style games for kids ages 3 to 8 (and children of all ages) Brand new action with all the quality you'd expect from Humongous Entertainment Save your game after each level and track the scores of up to 75 players Over 100 levels of hound-hopping fun Junior Arcade games are jam packed with fast-and-furious game-play that satisfies kids' hunger for action and surprises! Starring lovable characters and the high-quality, hand-drawn animation that families have come to expect from Humongous Entertainment, this series will provide hours of action and fun for your children. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294710/PuttPutt_and_Peps_Dog_on_a_Stick/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:30 Level Builder 5:27 Game Crash 6:34 Building levels 10:11 Video end -- Game info -- Published by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1996 Platforms: Linux, Macintosh, Windows, Windows 3.x Genre: Action Perspective: Bird's-eye view Visual: Fixed / flip-screen, Isometric Gameplay: Arcade -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt Enters the Race (1998, PC) - Longplay 🏁
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Putt-Putt Enters the Race (1998, PC) - Longplay 🏁

Putt-Putt and his dog Pep must gather various items including fuel and a flag before they can enter the Cartown 500 race 🏎. There are plenty of old friends as well as some fun new characters to give Putt-Putt a helping hand. Putt-Putt Enters the Race is the 5th game in the Putt-Putt series. It was produced by Humongous Entertainment for the Windows and Macintosh operating systems and released in 1998. The game was later released on GameTap in December 2006. Starting off with this game, Nancy Cartwright, who is famous for voicing Bart on The Simpsons, voices Putt-Putt. Plot Putt-Putt and Pep receive a letter from Redline Rick inviting him to enter the Cartown 500, and he's been waiting for this type of event all year, so he's definitely going to accept it. But he needs some things before he enters, so he needs to drive around Cartown and look for them. When all of the objectives are completed, Putt-Putt is allowed to enter the race. At the end of the race, Redline Rick announces Putt-Putt as the winner with the medal and trophy. However, Redline Rick rewards Putt-Putt a ribbon if Putt-Putt did not win first, second or third place in the race. Gameplay The player takes control of Putt-Putt with the goal of finding racing supplies. By clicking on various areas, the player can collect items, talk with other characters, and watch entertaining animations. Items are collected to help the player solve puzzles. The game contains many different areas to explore around Cartown like north, south, east or west side. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom -- -- Game credits -- Interactive Design Mark Peyser, Richard Moe Art Lead Mark Peyser Programming Lead Richard Moe Associate Producer Denise Heimel Project Coordinator Aimee Paganini Dialog Written by Laurie Rose Bauman Programming Dave Timoney, Brian Pulliam, Day Evans, Ross McIntire, Nicholas Sutton, Paige C. Watson Sound Effects Programming Geoff Kirk Lead Animator Edward Pun Animation James Bradrick, Kathy Anderson, Sandy Spangler, Tom Witte, Giancarlo Volpe, Erik Haldi, John Michaud, Jordan Rennick, Michael Baran Character Design Kathy Anderson, James Bradrick, Jay Sopp, Edward Pun Storyboard Artists Kathy Anderson, James Bradrick, Jay Sopp Lead Computer Art and Animation Michael Paganini Computer Art and Animation Andrew Brinkworth, Mark Lautenbach, Leah Verre, Becky Hard, Michael Jacob, Greg Griffith, Cory Baker, Craig Hardin Digital Ink and Paint Nathan Hall, Debbie J. Ferguson, James McMillan, Dela Longfish, Armando Alvarez, Chris Proudfoot, Mark Banate, Valerie Kissling, Cat Richards, Dave Brown, Becky Hard Music Composed by Thomas McGurk Lead System Programmer Brad P. Taylor System Programming Stephen W. Johnson, Steven Magladry Production Lead D. J. Mattern Production Assistants Chad Queen, Oanh Pham, Marcus Lee Howell, Tanya Erwin, Rachel Frost, Eric T. H. Olson Featuring the voice of Nancy Cartwright (as Putt-Putt) Additional Voice Talent Jim Bach, Ken Boynton, Scott Burns, George Catalano, Laura Kenny, Lyn McManus, David Silverman, Robert Zenk Voice Talent Director Laurie Rose Bauman Recording Engineers Gary Littell, Dan Cubert, Tom Mgrdichian Putt-Putt Created by Shelley M. Day Full credits at Mobygames -- Video creator notes -- The Steam version of the game was played on Windows 11 using ScummVM. Recorded at 1280x960 and upscaled to 1.5x the resolution (1920x1440) to make sure no scaling filtering is applied and retain the pixel art look. -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 1:11 Head over to Speedway 4:41 Cartown Speedway 9:10 Ms. Widget, Batteries 13:08 Cartown Color 13:41 Smokey 14:33 Mr. Baldini 16:05 Cartown Gas 17:33 Cartown Carwash 18:10 Chuck 19:36 Outback Al 20:59 Mr. Fenderbender 22:06 Library 28:39 Mrs. Airbag 31:55 Torvil Tractor, Flashlight 33:38 Vegetable Farm 39:30 Hook 40:32 Building Site 42:35 Nails Minigame 48:47 Safety Helmet 49:08 Pete Crane 50:33 Mr. Crankcase, Recycling 54:25 Tire patch kit 54:54 Rover, Milkshake 56:46 Betsy Bulldozer, Shovel 57:40 Digging the hubcaps 1:09:50 Gas can 1:10:43 Outback Al, Racing Flag 1:13:04 Baldini, Coins 1:14:16 Cartown Color, Coloring Red 1:17:22 Cut Tire Patch kit, Flag number 1:19:35 Chuck, Fix tire 1:21:38 Chuck, Racing Tires 1:25:21 Gasoline 1:26:43 Entering the race 1:27:37 The Race, 3rd place 1:30:44 The Race, 2nd place 1:36:24 End + Credits -- Game info -- Developed and published by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1998 Platforms: Android, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Macintosh, Windows Genre: Adventure, Educational Educational: Pre-school / toddler This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294680/PuttPutt_Enters_the_Race/ -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog On A Stick (1996, PC) - Longplay
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Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog On A Stick (1996, PC) - Longplay

You guide Pep on a pogo stick through a 3d maze, avoiding hazards like oil spills and traps. The dog collects bones, ice cream cones and candy to gain points. As the game progresses, trampolines appear, changing the path of Pep. The game was designed as a junior arcade for 3-8 years old. Putt-Putt and Pep's Dog on a Stick is a computer arcade game developed by Humongous Entertainment in 1996. It is the only game in the Putt-Putt series where Putt-Putt does not change his color. Plot Putt-Putt goes with Pep to the recycling dump to deposit old bottles and cans. While Pep takes the recyclable trash inside the dump, he finds a pogo stick in good condition and starts bouncing on it. The two friends then go around the dump looking for good bones. Gameplay The game consists of 100 levels. In each level, the player must maneuver Pep to bounce from surface to surface to collect as many bones as possible then reach the checkers flag, before the time runs out. Pep can only jump between one tier and another in a straight diagonal direction. Powerup items can boost Pep's speed when picked up. When hopped on, a power pad will double Pep's jumping altitude capability temporarily. Critters (such as bears) will hinder Pep's progress. The gameplay's style is reminiscent to Q-Bert Worlds Cartown Dump Canyon Seaside Tundra Jungle Warehouse Greenhouse Cartown Gas and Tires Ruins Castle -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom -- -- Game credits -- Credits Game Design Matthew Mahon Producer Kris Summers Lead Artist Tom Verre Lead Programmer Matthew Mahon Paper Animation Chad S. Hawks, Edward Pun Additional Art Scott Brothers, Greg Griffith, Erik Haldi, Colin Odell, Michael Paganini, Shawn Trotter, Sandy Spangler, Leah Verre Additional Programming Dolores Carney, Richard Moe Sound Effects Programming Devin Hurd Background Art Dave Danioth Lead Ink and Paint Jay Sopp Digital Ink and Paint Michael Jacob, Colin Tennery, L. Michael Fisher, J. Clayton Corbisier Music Produced/Composed/Performed by Jeremy Soule System Programming Brad P. Taylor, Jason King, Brian W. Brown, Ron Gilbert Macintosh Game System Scott Warren, Peter Crayne Level Design Matthew Mahon, Dolores Carney, Kris Summers Dialog Laurie Rose Bauman Dialog Editing Laren Crawford QA Lead David Nixon Jr. QA Lead Spencer Kimmel Testing Zenon Thornton, Kyle Casperson Additional Testing Marcus King, Ruth A. Lopez, Andrés Méndez, Eric T. H. Olson, Patrick Wylie Help File Stephen W. Johnson Putt-Putt Created by Shelley M. Day Putt-Putt Played by Jason Ellefson -- Video creator notes -- The original version of the game was played on Windows 11 using ScummVM. Recorded at 1280x960 and the original resolution was kept to make sure no scaling filtering is applied to retain the pixel art look. That's also why there are borders around the games' screen. Video showing custom level builder for this game: https://youtu.be/2-VSq2_0Fy0 -- Commercial Steam description -- Jump in and help Pep collect all of the goodies before his rivals catch him! Oil slicks, trampolines and teleporters can make Pep's journey even more unpredictable! Pep's quick with his hoppin' stick, but he'll really need to push his pace to hop from one challenging level to the next. Pigs with jet packs, bouncing bears and leaping frogs, what will Pep face next? Challenging, arcade-style games for kids ages 3 to 8 (and children of all ages) Brand new action with all the quality you'd expect from Humongous Entertainment Save your game after each level and track the scores of up to 75 players Over 100 levels of hound-hopping fun Junior Arcade games are jam packed with fast-and-furious game-play that satisfies kids' hunger for action and surprises! Starring lovable characters and the high-quality, hand-drawn animation that families have come to expect from Humongous Entertainment, this series will provide hours of action and fun for your children. This game on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/294710/PuttPutt_and_Peps_Dog_on_a_Stick/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 1:10 Cartown Dump Levels 7:27 Canyon Levels 18:53 Seaside Levels 28:01 Tundra Levels 39:15 Jungle Levels 50:00 Bonus Level 50:43 Warehouse Levels 1:08:18 Greenhouse Levels 1:14:18 Bonus Level 1:15:14 Greenhouse (Cont.) 1:20:24 Cartown Gas and Tires Levels 1:30:07 Ruins Levels 1:42:46 Castle Levels 2:07:39 End + Credits -- Game info -- Published by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Developed by: Humongous Entertainment, Inc. Released: 1996 Platforms: Linux, Macintosh, Windows, Windows 3.x Genre: Action Perspective: Bird's-eye view Visual: Fixed / flip-screen, Isometric Gameplay: Arcade -- Settings and application information -- Game played using ScummVM Recorded using OBS Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Nostalgia #90s #Gaming
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 8: The Shocking Truth
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 8: The Shocking Truth

In the 8th and last level of this game, Red and Yellow are at the power system for the whole M&M's factory and discover the minis have been there too. They aren't -shocked- about that fact ⚡. 1. Don’t focus on getting the formula pieces here, unless you’re an expert. Just try to survive and get through the level. Also, there are no formula pieces in the End Zone. 2. Some (not all) of the platforms with two large blue arrows on them are used to control a second moving platform. You must often walk from one side of the two-blue-arrow platform to the other in order to activate control of the second platform. In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:28 Start Zone 14:09 Math Zone (addition, level 4) 18:55 End Zone 31:37 Ending Cutscene 33:51 Game Credits -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 7: Warehouse Woes
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 7: Warehouse Woes

In the 7th level of this game, Red needs to show Green how they do on "heavy equipment". Yellow gets an F for this assignment. Which Red and Yellow joke about could stand for fabulous, fantastic or febrifuge. In the Start Zone, if you wish to find all the formula pieces, you must find the detour route. (I did not). While yes, the math zone part isn't exactly hard I for one have always had trouble with quick mental arithmetic and I also drunk quite a bit of booze before playing this level which did not help in the slightest. Thanks for understanding 🙂 In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:25 Start Zone 1:41 Math Zone (subtraction, level 4) 8:14 End Zone 10:49 Ending Cutscene 18:12 Video end -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 6: Pack It In
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 6: Pack It In

In the 6th level of this game, Yellow and Red are at the part of the factory where the candy is packed into bags and boxes. Yellow will be plunging through the hazardous equipment while Red provides "moral support". In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:28 Start Zone 8:26 Math Zone (division, level 5) 11:32 End Zone 17:28 Ending Cutscene 18:12 Video end -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 5: Stampin' and Sortin'
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 5: Stampin' and Sortin'

In the 5th level of this game, Yellow needs to move onto the moving belts and parkour your way to the end of the level. In the Math Zone, you can give Yellow a tiny burst of speed, using the same button you use in the driving levels. This can help Yellow avoid being crushed by the big stampers. In the Math Zone, you will find that you need to make early decisions about which door to choose. Wait too long and Yellow may forced into a door that you do not want. After finishing this level, you can get to bonus level: Track Trouble. In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:23 Start Zone 8:15 Math Zone (multiplication, level 5) 11:52 End Zone 23:26 Ending Cutscene 24:18 Bonus Level: Track Trouble 27:15 Video end -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 4: Candy Colors
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 4: Candy Colors

In the 4th level of this game, Yellow will have to move through the M&M's factory while avoiding candy sprayers, flying enemies and rotating machines. The level has three parts. The first is Start Zone, move Yellow onto the moving belts and time your way past obstacles. In the second part you will need to solve math problems in Math Zone. In Math Zone I've chosen for division, you will need to move to the correct answer after listening to the instructions. The End Zone is more or less a continuation of the start zone. In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:32 Start Zone 5:50 Math Zone 9:31 End Zone 17:10 Video end -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 3: Oh Chute!
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 3: Oh Chute!

In the 3rd level of this game, Yellow will have to move through the M&M's factory that has many chutes. The level has three parts. The first is Start Zone, move Yellow onto the moving belts and time your way past obstacles. In the second part you will need to solve math problems in Math Zone. In the Math Zone, numbers appear in the monitors. If you’re working on addition and multiplication, the monitors show a rising number series. If you’re working on subtraction or division, the monitors show a descending series. When you come to the doors, choose the next number in the series. If you’re working on Numbers, all the monitors show the same number. In the third part (End Zone) there are pushers that try to knock you off the moving belt. Jump your way past the pusher while it’s paused. In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:32 Start Zone 8:53 Math Zone 15:19 End Zone 24:32 Final End Zone run 33:11 Video end -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 2: Milk Chocolate
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 2: Milk Chocolate

In this second level, Red and Yellow find out that the minis have messed with the milk chocolate. The level has three parts. The first is Start Zone where you are in the factory. To get past the giant mixer blades, time your jump immediately after a blade goes past you In the second part you will need to solve math problems in "Math Zone" In the Math Zone, don’t jump backwards off the floating platforms. This may make it impossible to get back to the next correct answer. If you do this mistake, just jump in the liquid and start over. In the third part (End Zone) they reach their boss "Big boss cam" and they confess their mistakes. In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows XP, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:27 Start Zone 6:23 Math Zone 8:25 End Zone 19:13 Final End Zone run 24:04 Video end -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Candy #Chocolate #Nostalgia
M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 1: Get Out Of Town
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M&M's The Lost Formulas (2000, PC) - Level 1: Get Out Of Town

In M&Ms: The Lost Formulas, the 2 lead candies are about to set off on a vacation until the red candy realizes that the yellow candy left the M&Ms Minis in charge of the candy factory. The Minis promptly steal the secret M&Ms formulas and cause havoc at the factory. It is up to the yellow candy to set the situation right. In this first level, they will need to drive back to the candy factory while avoiding any obstacles. The level has three parts. The first is inside the city, in the 2nd you will need to solve math problems in "Math Zone" in the third part you are driving outside of city limits and finally reach the factory. Hitting the M&M boxes will rack up points. Once the amount of points hits 99, you get an extra life. The gameplay has been described as being similar to the Crash Bandicoot series. The action in the game takes place over 8 levels. The first 7 levels involve some kind of math skill. The first level depicts the yellow candy frantically driving back to the candy factory. Another type of level has the yellow candy jumping from number platform to number platform according to the math formulas that a disembodied female voice calls out. Another type of level is a 3D running/jumping action level in which the yellow candy will run down a hallway while observing clues about math formulas along the way. At the end of the hallway will be 3 doors, each with a possible answer. Choose wisely. All along the way are M&Ms candies to be collected in large quantities. Every 100 M&Ms candies earns the player an extra life. M&M's: The Lost Formulas is an M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for Windows PCs and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is the first M&M's games that was released. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math. -- Sources: Mobygames, Fandom, the uploader -- -- Game's Readme level description -- LEVEL 1: GET OUT OF TOWN Small movements are all that is needed to control the car. The car will automatically straighten itself out after you move it to the left or right. Steer by just tapping the controls a bit to the left or right and then letting the car straighten itself out. You’ll have much better control of the car this way than if you use big movements and constantly move the controller to the left and right. -- Video creator notes -- The game was played using DgVoodoo emulating a 3dfx card. This is seemingly one of the only ways I could lock the game at 60 FPS while keeping the game in windowed mode and also making sure that Bandicam won't stop recording everytime a cutscene is loaded. The game requires a no-CD file to play without a physical CD. It is included with my download at the download link below. You need to copy and paste that file over the already existing file in the folder: C:\Program Files\M&Ms The Lost Formulas. -- Commercial Amazon description -- Fast Action 3D Entertainment for the Whole Family! The Lost Formulas The High Energy Action Math Game "You left the MINIS in charge of the candy FACTORY?!! Has your chocolate melted?!! Have you gone COMPLETELY NUTS?!!" It's true! The Minis have taken over! The candy factory has gone completely nuts! Get ready for the mutiny of the Minis. The tiny candies have turned the factory upside-down and torn up all the M&M's® formulas. It's up to you and Yellow to make things right. As you race through the factory, you'll face churning chocolate, rampaging robots, cascading candy...and along the way, math drills to test your smarts and challenge your game reflexes. The next generation of gameplay, for a new generation of learners! With M&M's®: The Lost Formulas, kids ages 5-10 will practice age-appropriate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills while they race through a wild and funny action game! * Stunning high-resolution 3D graphics * Non-violent 3D adventure for the entire family * Math Facts in quick, action-oriented game play kids will love * Plays like a video game -- drills like a brain game * Math challenges adjust to each player's skill level -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intros 0:22 Game menu 0:45 Level 1 Start Cutscene 2:15 Start Zone 9:33 Math Zone 11:54 End Zone 17:55 Level 1 Ending Cutscene 18:23 Video End -- Game info -- Publisher : ‎ Simon & Schuster (December 1, 2000) Developer: Boston Animation, Inc. Language: ‎ English ISBN-10 ‏: ‎ 0743502515 ISBN-13‏ : ‎ 978-0743502511 Other names: "M&M's: הנוסחה האבודה" - Hebrew spelling "M&M's: Shell Shocked" - PlayStation title "M&M's: Las Fórmulas Perdidas" - Spanish title "M&M's: Die Geheimformeln" - German title -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #M&Ms #Chocolate #Nostalgia
WOW! - Big Beat Boy (1998, Music Video)
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WOW! - Big Beat Boy (1998, Music Video)

Big Beat Boy by WOW! released in 1998. WOW! was a Dutch girl group in the late nineties to early 2000s who were produced by the duo Bolland & Bolland. The song is likely produced for the Dutch film Abeltje (1998), also called "The Flying Liftboy" in English. The music video contains segments from the film. In the film, lift boy Abeltje takes of in a lift of a department store he just started working at. He lands the lift in a parking lot in New York City. While in New York Abeltje finds out that he does bear an uncanny resemblance to a boy named Johnny, who ran away from home. This makes his next destination clear: he wants to find Johnny. Mr Tump helps Abeltje to escape and immediately after they reach the lift they set off Perugona, the spot where Johnny disappeared. WOW! scored their first hit in 1997 called Keer op Keer, which came from their album Wild + Ondeugend. The group scored another hit with Zomer'. The music video for The Night Before You Came was recorded in the Big Brother house. The band consisted of Denise Koopal, Jenske Moermond, Joëlle van Noppen, Mandy Gruijters and Naomi Louwerens. After each other, Van Noppen and Koopal left the group in 1999 and 2000 respectively. The band restarted in May 2001 under the new name Blaze. However, this was unsuccessful. WOW! appeared for the last time in 2009 its original line-up once in the radio program Coen and Sander Show. This music video was included on the DVD of the movie. The DVD9 / widescreen copy of the movie was used for converting to a modern format to upload to YouTube. VidCoder is the software that was used for this. -- Information compiled from Wikipedia, pophistorie.clubs.nl and my own knowledge --
Text Express Deluxe - Dutch (2003, PC) - Zylom Puzzle Game
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Text Express Deluxe - Dutch (2003, PC) - Zylom Puzzle Game

Dutch version of Text Express, for English version see: https://youtu.be/zL1AGtsxZVs De Text Express gaat vertrekken! Het idee is heel simpel: zorg dat je eerder op het andere station bent dan de andere trein. Gebruik woorden om het vuur op te stoken, zodat je vooruit gaat. Langere woorden zorgen ervoor dat je harder gaat, zodat je de andere trein kunt verslaan! Stoken maar! Verschijningsdatum: 19 december 2003 -- English information -- All aboard the Text Express. The concept is simple, beat the opposite train to the next station. Use words as the coal to stoke the fire to get you there. Longer words make more fire to help you beat the opposite train. Get stoking now! Text Express features new graphics, sound, and music, play fullscreen, exciting new Action game, save your game, make words up to 7 letters long Genre: Puzzle - Word games Release date: 19 December 2003 Requirements to play the full version Operating System: Windows 7/8/10 Processor: 300 MHz or higher Memory: 32 MB RAM or more DirectX Version: DirectX 6.0 or higher This game doesn't work with touchscreen. You can't play this game on a mobile phone or a tablet. --◀ Developer description -- -- Video creator notes -- Onderstaande websites hebben mij geholpen bij het zoeken van woorden: https://www.wordfeudfinder.nl/ https://woorden.app/woorden-maken Ik ben zelf namelijk niet zo'n koning in het maken van woorden :) Link naar demo versie: https://www.zylom.com/nl/download-spellen/puzzelspellen/taalspelletjes/text-express/ -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Video intro/menu screen 0:11 6 Letters - Gemakkelijk 15:03 7 Letters - Normaal 29:04 7 Letters - Moeilijk 45:48 Aktie - 6 Letters - Gemakkelijk 47:51 Aktie - 7 Letters - Normaal 51:19 Aktie - 7 Letters - Moeilijk 54:09 Help/Credits schermen 55:05 Game over! -- Game Credits -- Text Express Deluxe was created by Nuclide for Zylom. -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using: Bandicam Edited using: VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload
Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure (2003, PC) - English Version Gameplay
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Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure (2003, PC) - English Version Gameplay

Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure is a 2003 game part of the legendary dexterity and logic series, originally launched in 1984. This "newer" game, like all previous editions, is about traversing various labyrinths and collecting precious stones. This time the action was set in a marine climate and the adventure of a pair of treasure hunters (blonde Rockford and copper-haired Crystal) was presented to the users. The duo has to go through sixty complicated stages (the choice of the board is made by navigating the sailing ship on the map) in three different environments (exploring the ship's rooms, swimming in the deep sea and walking on the desert island), appropriating as many precious jewels as possible along the way. It should be stressed that there are a number of useful objects (e.g. explosives) and various obstacles of extremely dangerous characters (falling balls, venomous spiders, armed pirates, etc.). More than twenty instructional levels provide an introduction to the game. (Source: gamepressure.com) The object of the Boulder Dash game is to score as many points as possible by collecting sparkles. For this you walk on a map from cave to cave and pick up enough sparkles so that the gate opens and you can exit the cave. Beware in the meantime because various enemies are hindering your task. -- Video creator notes -- This game was released on several websites, including FlyorDie.com, and Zylom.com. I have found and English version as well as a Dutch version from Zylom. It was also released on shockwave.com and made available on PlayJam enabled smart devices. I was able to find the full version of the game after recording, which I tested. It is however not using the original installer. I also have the full Dutch version of the game. -- Developer description -- GOAL The object of the game is to 'clear' or 'conquer' as many of the game's 60 levels as you can. Collect the required number of gems to ‘clear’ a level. To ‘conquer’ a level you must produce/collect all of the gems that are possible for that level. The goal for each level is to pick up enough diamonds so that the exit opens and you can advance to the next level before time runs out. Beware of falling objects, enemies and growing walls. -- Information from delistedgames.com -- Delisting Boulder Dash: Treasure Pleasure was initially released on shockwave.com and was sold as a standalone PC title through the portal site FlyorDie.com. The game was likely removed from sale in 2017 after First Star Software transferred ownership of the Boulder Dash property to BBG Entertainment. However, FlyorDie would not confirm the game’s removal until September of 2019 when they explained “we had to stop selling Boulder Dash games due to legal reasons”. The game is readily found on many dubious “free game” sites around the internet but the anonymous contributor who submitted Treasure Pleasure to the site pointed out that these are all trial versions. A cracked or edited full version of the game is available but we will not link directly to this download. Interestingly, some versions of the game are still connected to FlyorDie’s high score tables and as of May 2020 several players were still setting high scores in the game. In 2011 the game was licensed to PlayJam and included in their library of titles available on internet-connected smart devices. -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Video intro 0:13 One Way 0:43 Tutorial: Basic Physics 1:16 Tutorial: Falling Objects 1:56 Tutorial: Stacking Objects 2:27 Tutorial: Amoeba 2:48 Tutorial: Growing Walls 3:18 Tutorial: Grab Diamond 6:33 Tutorial: Time Bonus 7:48 Tutorial: Rotation 8:54 Tutorial: TNT 10:14 Tutorial: Bombs 11:45 Tutorial: Hammers 12:16 Tutorial: Kicking 12:37 Tutorial: First Enemy 13:00 Freeze Enemies 13:56 Reverse Control 14:52 Tutorial: Slay First Enemy 15:57 Tutorial: Make Diamonds 16:22 Tutorial: Amoeba Slays Enemy 17:42 Tutorial: Deadly Amoeba 18:41 Tutorial: Block Amoeba 21:36 Tutorial: Holding Walls 22:18 Tutorial: Magic Walls 23:29 Heads Up 24:24 Bombs Away 28:43 Either Way 29:29 Come to Me 30:19 Explosions 30:43 Confused 32:06 Smash Them 36:57 Poisoned Spring 41:03 Go Ahead 41:26 Growing Walls 42:39 Switch Places 43:39 Use Them 45:53 Under the Bridge 48:59 Rolling Stone 51:24 First Steps 55:14 Self Destruction (trial over) 56:25 FlyorDie trial 56:45 Playing as Crystal 57:54 Bombs Away 58:51 Avalanche 1:04:17 Quick Switch (fail) 1:05:48 Video end -- Settings and application information -- Operating system: Windows 10 Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload
Double Digger (2002, PC) - Gameplay
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Double Digger (2002, PC) - Gameplay

Double Digger is a 2002 remake of the classic Digger game from 1983. The idea is the same, drive your miner through the haunted underground mines and collect gems and treasures while avoiding ghosts. This remake includes various new skins and modes of gameplay, very configurable game options, a saving and auto-saving feature (plus a special difficulty level for kids). Some more new ideas introduced in this remake are impossible-to-dig stones, new bonuses such as slow-down-enemies bonus and more. Fun for all classic Digger fans, and lets face it, who isn't? Published by: Alawar Entertainment, Inc. Developed by: Alawar Entertainment, Inc. Released: 2002 Platform: Windows ESRB Rating: Everyone Genre: Action Perspective: Side view Visual: Fixed / flip-screen Gameplay: Arcade, Puzzle elements Interface: Direct control Differences Although this remake of Digger added various things, it also left out some basic stuff: Remember how in the original Digger you could push yourself below a sack of gold, stopping it from falling down while pushing up. when doing so you could press F1 and shoot, only the shot would go backwards since you're pushing up, killing an enemy coming from behind. You cannot do that in Double Digger, you cannot support a sack of gold at all. -- Video creator notes -- Game was played on a separate device and recorded by a capture card because it didn't like other software such as Bandicam recording. It would minimize each time the recording started. This is the demo or unactivated version of the game. Also I don't really play games with others often. So didn't really test much of the multiplayer part :) I did eventually find a serial key generator for this game, just not for the edition I used for this video. I used the Alawar edition in this video while there's also a Reflexive Arcade version. Both versions together with the generator are included in my download link. -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Video intro 0:12 Intro screen 0:23 Classic normal game, Level 1 1:39 Level 2 2:30 Level 3 3:56 Level 4 4:28 Classic for kids game, Level 1 5:35 Level 2 6:57 Level 3 8:34 Level 4 10:10 Level 5 12:09 Advanced Iron Man, Level 1 16:25 Level 2 18:07 New age, Level 1 19:36 Level 2 21:14 Level 3 22:02 Old classic, Level 1 23:17 Level 2 24:18 Multiplayer (with one player🙂) 25:26 Classic, for kids mode 26:37 Level 2 27:46 Level 3 29:10 Level 4 30:42 Level 5 32:51 Level 6 33:29 Help page 34:06 The End -- Settings and application information -- Operating system: Windows 10 -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Skeleton Bridge (2009, PC)
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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Skeleton Bridge (2009, PC)

Skeleton Bridge: Rudy attacks the gang and Buck is about to be eaten by him, but Momma arrives at the last minute and saves him. She distracts Rudy long enough for Buck to reach a high outer rim of the cave, where Buck has to shoot down six groups of large orange flowers to knock rocks down on Rudy's head. At the end of the level, Buck manages to successfully distract Rudy with all the falling rocks, where Momma knocks Rudy off a cliff. While the herd climbs up the Skeleton Bridge, Buck hears Rudy roaring and heads back to the dino world to stay with Rudy at the end of the game. This is the last level of the game, the credits of the game play after finishing the story. -- Source https://iceage.fandom.com -- -- Game information -- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (or Ice Age 3) is a video game based on movie with the same name. It was released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and PC by Activision on June 30, 2009, 1 day before the movies release. It is the sequel to the Ice Age 2 video game which is based on Ice Age: The Meltdown. Most of the cast from the movie voiced the characters in the game, with the exceptions of Denis Leary, Simon Pegg (who both had prior commitments to attend to) and Sean William Scott. Gameplay The game allows the player to take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scratte, and Buck as you take on or run away from dangerous dinosaurs, roll an egg to safety, chase for your beloved acorn, and explore caves and jungles over fifteen levels. However, some characters are just for tiny parts in the game, like Manny and Diego. The main character in the game is Buck. There are eight mini-games to play either in single-player mode or with friends in multiplayer and get things from Fast Tony. In the multiplayer mode you can play as Mini-sloths and Baby Dinos. There are three different bosses in the game: Ankylosaurus, Chasmosaurus and Rudy. Plot The cutscenes between the levels show Sid and Diego telling Peaches a bed time story with the walls showing what their talking about, similar to cavemen drawings. Cast Ray Romano as Manny John Leguizamo as Sid Rick Pasqualone as Diego Queen Latifah as Ellie James Arnold Taylor as Crash/Additional Voices Josh Peck as Eddie Chris Wedge as Scrat Karen Disher as Scratte James Patrick Stuart as Buck Tara Strong as Additional Voices Nika Futterman as Additional Voices Keith Ferguson as Additional Voices Nolan North as Additional Voices -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Cutscenes 1:22 Help Momma defeat Rudy 2:52 Stage 1 4:02 Stage 2 5:22 Stage 3 6:53 Stage 4 7:44 Stage 5 8:20 Stage 6 9:20 Rudy gets downed! 9:45 Ending cutscenes 11:33 Game credits 15:30 Video end -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Video creator notes -- This game runs well on Windows 10 at the time of recording. The game's resolution was set to 2560x1440 and AMD Radeon Software was used to apply anti-aliasing to the game. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #IceAge #Squirrel #Platformer #Nostalgia
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Grave Danger (2009, PC)
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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Grave Danger (2009, PC)

Grave Danger: Buck has ended up in the tar pits and is trying to find the herd who is at the Chasm of Death on the other side of the tar pit. He reaches a canyon where he has to fight off Guanlongs and a Chasmosaurus. He then heads through a cave with several poisonous gases, and has to climb up a cliff and through the upper tar pit. In another canyon, he has to fight off more Guanlongs, Troodons, Dilophosaurs, spitting plants and an Ankylosaurus. After climbing the cliff, he comes to a cave where he has to slide down a skeleton slide. Then roll to the bottom of a hill and a tar pit. The herd gets out of the Chasm of Death and reach the Skeleton Bridge. -- Source https://iceage.fandom.com -- -- Game information -- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (or Ice Age 3) is a video game based on movie with the same name. It was released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and PC by Activision on June 30, 2009, 1 day before the movies release. It is the sequel to the Ice Age 2 video game which is based on Ice Age: The Meltdown. Most of the cast from the movie voiced the characters in the game, with the exceptions of Denis Leary, Simon Pegg (who both had prior commitments to attend to) and Sean William Scott. Gameplay The game allows the player to take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scratte, and Buck as you take on or run away from dangerous dinosaurs, roll an egg to safety, chase for your beloved acorn, and explore caves and jungles over fifteen levels. However, some characters are just for tiny parts in the game, like Manny and Diego. The main character in the game is Buck. There are eight mini-games to play either in single-player mode or with friends in multiplayer and get things from Fast Tony. In the multiplayer mode you can play as Mini-sloths and Baby Dinos. There are three different bosses in the game: Ankylosaurus, Chasmosaurus and Rudy. Plot The cutscenes between the levels show Sid and Diego telling Peaches a bed time story with the walls showing what their talking about, similar to cavemen drawings. Cast Ray Romano as Manny John Leguizamo as Sid Rick Pasqualone as Diego Queen Latifah as Ellie James Arnold Taylor as Crash/Additional Voices Josh Peck as Eddie Chris Wedge as Scrat Karen Disher as Scratte James Patrick Stuart as Buck Tara Strong as Additional Voices Nika Futterman as Additional Voices Keith Ferguson as Additional Voices Nolan North as Additional Voices -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Cutscenes 0:54 Navigate through the tar pit 5:08 Defeat the ambushing dinosaurs 7:02 Continue navigating the tar pit 11:37 Defeat attacking dinosaurs and plants 14:23 Find the way through the tar pit 17:05 Failing multiple times (sped up) 😅 20:47 Giving up, proceeding 22:25 Slide down the bones 25:27 Roll to the bottom of the tar pit 29:56 Ending cutscene -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Video creator notes -- This game runs well on Windows 10 at the time of recording. The game's resolution was set to 2560x1440 and AMD Radeon Software was used to apply anti-aliasing to the game. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #IceAge #Squirrel #Platformer #Nostalgia
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Scrat's Tar Pit Trouble (2009, PC)
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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Scrat's Tar Pit Trouble (2009, PC)

Scrat's Tar Pit Trouble: Scrat and Scratte lose their acorn in a tar pit. They decide to work together to find it. Halfway through, Scrat finds Scratte and the acorn, then he has to decide between her and the acorn. It floats away and Scrat goes after it, leaving Scratte fuming. She goes after him, reaching him later at the end of the tar pit where they chase after the acorn, but they leave it behind after they fall in love 😍. -- Source https://iceage.fandom.com -- -- Game information -- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (or Ice Age 3) is a video game based on movie with the same name. It was released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and PC by Activision on June 30, 2009, 1 day before the movies release. It is the sequel to the Ice Age 2 video game which is based on Ice Age: The Meltdown. Most of the cast from the movie voiced the characters in the game, with the exceptions of Denis Leary, Simon Pegg (who both had prior commitments to attend to) and Sean William Scott. Gameplay The game allows the player to take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scratte, and Buck as you take on or run away from dangerous dinosaurs, roll an egg to safety, chase for your beloved acorn, and explore caves and jungles over fifteen levels. However, some characters are just for tiny parts in the game, like Manny and Diego. The main character in the game is Buck. There are eight mini-games to play either in single-player mode or with friends in multiplayer and get things from Fast Tony. In the multiplayer mode you can play as Mini-sloths and Baby Dinos. There are three different bosses in the game: Ankylosaurus, Chasmosaurus and Rudy. Plot The cutscenes between the levels show Sid and Diego telling Peaches a bed time story with the walls showing what their talking about, similar to cavemen drawings. Cast Ray Romano as Manny John Leguizamo as Sid Rick Pasqualone as Diego Queen Latifah as Ellie James Arnold Taylor as Crash/Additional Voices Josh Peck as Eddie Chris Wedge as Scrat Karen Disher as Scratte James Patrick Stuart as Buck Tara Strong as Additional Voices Nika Futterman as Additional Voices Keith Ferguson as Additional Voices Nolan North as Additional Voices -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Cutscenes 1:18 Navigate through the tar pit 6:16 Playing as Scratte 8:28 Playing as Scrat 11:11 Ending cutscene, outro -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Video creator notes -- This game runs well on Windows 10 at the time of recording. The game's resolution was set to 2560x1440 and AMD Radeon Software was used to apply anti-aliasing to the game. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #IceAge #Squirrel #Platformer #Nostalgia
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Rudy's Revenge (2009, PC)
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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Rudy's Revenge (2009, PC)

Rudy's Revenge: Sid is being chased through a canyon and Lava Falls. Along the way, Sid has to avoid several Triceratops, Pachyosaurus, Pterosaurs, and Guanlongs while also dodging lava, and piranhas. At the end of the level, he manages to lose Rudy, and goes off the edge of the lava fall but is saved by Buck, Crash, Eddie, and Roger. -- Source https://iceage.fandom.com -- -- Game information -- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (or Ice Age 3) is a video game based on movie with the same name. It was released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and PC by Activision on June 30, 2009, 1 day before the movies release. It is the sequel to the Ice Age 2 video game which is based on Ice Age: The Meltdown. Most of the cast from the movie voiced the characters in the game, with the exceptions of Denis Leary, Simon Pegg (who both had prior commitments to attend to) and Sean William Scott. Gameplay The game allows the player to take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scratte, and Buck as you take on or run away from dangerous dinosaurs, roll an egg to safety, chase for your beloved acorn, and explore caves and jungles over fifteen levels. However, some characters are just for tiny parts in the game, like Manny and Diego. The main character in the game is Buck. There are eight mini-games to play either in single-player mode or with friends in multiplayer and get things from Fast Tony. In the multiplayer mode you can play as Mini-sloths and Baby Dinos. There are three different bosses in the game: Ankylosaurus, Chasmosaurus and Rudy. Plot The cutscenes between the levels show Sid and Diego telling Peaches a bed time story with the walls showing what their talking about, similar to cavemen drawings. Cast Ray Romano as Manny John Leguizamo as Sid Rick Pasqualone as Diego Queen Latifah as Ellie James Arnold Taylor as Crash/Additional Voices Josh Peck as Eddie Chris Wedge as Scrat Karen Disher as Scratte James Patrick Stuart as Buck Tara Strong as Additional Voices Nika Futterman as Additional Voices Keith Ferguson as Additional Voices Nolan North as Additional Voices -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Cutscenes 0:35 Escape from Rudy 4:36 Level restart 7:19 Sid gets saved 8:02 Video end -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Video creator notes -- This game runs well on Windows 10 at the time of recording. The game's resolution was set to 2560x1440 and AMD Radeon Software was used to apply anti-aliasing to the game. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Dinosaur #Platformer #Videogame
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Saving Sid (2009, PC)
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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Saving Sid (2009, PC)

Saving Sid: Buck, Crash, and Eddie end up in a cave behind a waterfall. They are swarmed by hornets, dragonflies, shooting flowers and a couple of piranhas. They have to defeat a giant hornets nest. To get out of the cave they have to shoot several swarms of butterflies and several vines with flowers on them. Afterwards in a canyon, they are chased by a Pterosaurs andthey have to defeat shooting flowers then fly through ten "dust rings". They head to Lava Falls at the end of the level. -- Source https://iceage.fandom.com -- -- Game information -- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (or Ice Age 3) is a video game based on movie with the same name. It was released on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, and PC by Activision on June 30, 2009, 1 day before the movies release. It is the sequel to the Ice Age 2 video game which is based on Ice Age: The Meltdown. Most of the cast from the movie voiced the characters in the game, with the exceptions of Denis Leary, Simon Pegg (who both had prior commitments to attend to) and Sean William Scott. Gameplay The game allows the player to take control of Manny, Sid, Diego, Scrat, Scratte, and Buck as you take on or run away from dangerous dinosaurs, roll an egg to safety, chase for your beloved acorn, and explore caves and jungles over fifteen levels. However, some characters are just for tiny parts in the game, like Manny and Diego. The main character in the game is Buck. There are eight mini-games to play either in single-player mode or with friends in multiplayer and get things from Fast Tony. In the multiplayer mode you can play as Mini-sloths and Baby Dinos. There are three different bosses in the game: Ankylosaurus, Chasmosaurus and Rudy. Plot The cutscenes between the levels show Sid and Diego telling Peaches a bed time story with the walls showing what their talking about, similar to cavemen drawings. Cast Ray Romano as Manny John Leguizamo as Sid Rick Pasqualone as Diego Queen Latifah as Ellie James Arnold Taylor as Crash/Additional Voices Josh Peck as Eddie Chris Wedge as Scrat Karen Disher as Scratte James Patrick Stuart as Buck Tara Strong as Additional Voices Nika Futterman as Additional Voices Keith Ferguson as Additional Voices Nolan North as Additional Voices -- Timestamps -- 0:00 Intro and cutscenes 1:02 Get through the caves alive! 2:46 Defeat the Hornets! 5:04 Get through the caves alive! 5:24 Navigate past the vines 6:11 Cutscene escaped cave 6:31 Lose the Pterosaur 6:43 Fly through cloud rings, defeat Pterosaurs and enemy plants 12:00 Level end 12:37 Video end -- Settings and application information -- Recorded using Bandicam and Ut Video Codec Edited using VEGAS Pro 18.0 -- Video creator notes -- This game runs well on Windows 10 at the time of recording. The game's resolution was set to 2560x1440 and AMD Radeon Software was used to apply anti-aliasing to the game. -- Downloads and more info -- Need more info? Ask on my Twitter (link on my channel). Download link for some of the games/software/other files on this channel: https://www.digiadvies.com/gamedownload #Dinosaur #Squirrel #Videogame
Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - Flight of the Pterodactyl (2009, PC)
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