How about some of the kids games? Not the math learning type but the adventure/puzzle ones. I’d love to see you working through Castle of Dr Brain on the highest difficulty, or some of the Super Solvers series like Midnight Rescue, Neptune, or Ancient Empires. I remember Super Solvers: Challenge of the Ancient Empires!
+1 to Ancient Empires
+1 Castle of dr. brain
Yeah, I’d be all in to delve again into the Dr. Brain games (Castle and/or Island). See how well I can do now that I know a bit more of proper English and I can get through the fit-the-right-word parts without having to guess everything or using up all my tokens…
You sir, Mr. Mgoddard, are a saint! I played Challenge of the Ancient Empires so much as a kid and never could remember the name. I now know what this weekend holds for me…
+1 Ancient Empires
+1 to the follwing:
Gizmos and Gadgets, an amazing late DOS game of reading what parts do what for your machine
Outnumbered!: Maths puzzles! What else could I ask for!
Operation Neptune: More Maths?!??! Yes!
Castle of Dr Brain has some great tunes. Sierra quality 🙂
+1 Gizmos and Gadgets, I’d love to be on that show, I played a TON of it as a kid.
One of the easy adventures like Fatty Bear’s Birthday Surprise would be great- I played the HECK out of that as a kid.
Pepper’s adventures in time? Anyone?
How about the early Putt-Putt games?
Super solvers was big growing up. There are so many games that could fit in this category.
The Living books series was a big part of my childhood. There’s the Reader Rabbit series as well. Richard Scarry’s Busytown, Kid Pix, and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego, were also favorites.
Also… As a kid without a home console who was more than slightly jealous of those with NES/SNES, I played a lot of Mario is Missing! 😂
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