Disney-owned publishing label
Plaid Banana Entertainment
today released two new interactive CD-ROM adventure games for kids created by Hulabee Entertainment, the company founded by Humongous Entertainment co-founders Shelley Day and Ron Gilbert.
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Moop & Dreadly in The Treasure on Bing Bong Island has been developed for kids ages six and up. The game puts kids in the midst of a six chapter high sea adventure in search of treasure. They’ll join the imaginative young boy captain, Captain Dreadly, and his calm and reserved best friend Moop, a purple ape-cat creature, as they go on a mission to recover the stolen treasure of Chief Earwig.
The game takes players through 26 unique environment as they interact with a dozen different characters like Mort and Wart, Princess Connie, and the dastardly pirate Captain Trench. Players encounter scenes with unfinished stories and puzzles that help to test their problem-solving, critical thinking and memory skills. Additionally, Moop & Dreadly is bilingual — the title supports both English and Spanish.
Ollo in the Sunny Valley Fair has been developed for kids ages three and up. They join Ollo, a “lovable fun ball of clay” as he agrees to help Rose grow a prize-winning tomato to enter in the Sunny Valley Fair. The tomato grows out of control, breaks form the vine and tumbles away, wreaking havoc on Sunny Valley. Players must help Ollo put the town back together and capture the tomato to help Rose win a blue ribbon at the fair.
Players explore 28 locations in six chapters as they listen to songs, solve puzzles and examine educational clickables that help them build basic shape, color number and letter recognition skills.
Both titles are compatible with various flavors of Windows and Mac OS X. Look for them at leading retailers for US$19.99.