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Glyndoo

Description: Educational game set designed with Hollywood
Download: glyndoo.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 24Mb
Version: 0.5
Date: 15 Apr 2009
Author: Rafal "Mufa" Chyla
Submitter: Rafal Chyla
Homepage: http://amigaone.pl
Category: game/children
Replaces: game/children/glyndoo.lha
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 4761
 
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Glyndoo



This is educational game set designed with Hollywood development suite for
children from 4 up to 8 years old.

Glyndoo consists of 5 games teaching childs counting of the numbers, geography,
music (play guitar) reading the clock, 
writing in Polish and English languages, and additionally one game which trains
to have keen eyesight.



How to play?

1. Mathematics

In order to solve the game it is enough to count the items presented on the
screen and point the proper number
in the dock below.

2. Geography

The game consists of three levels and it's map is bounded only to the Europe.
The levels are as follows:
- easy - 8 countries to be guessed
- medium - 17 countries to be guessed
- hard - 25 countries to be guessed
- EU - 27 capitols to be guessed

The map is in the main part of the screen. There are banners and names of the
countries on the right side. 
The only difference is that in the hard level the banners are shown without
names of the countries. 
The rules of playing are the same in each of the levels. The player has to point
on the map the country 
depicted by the banner.

3. The clock

Digital clock shows the time in upper left corner of the screen. The player has
to move the hands
of the analog clock in order to resemble precisely the time shown. The movement
of the hour hand
can be done with left mouse button (LMB) being pushed. Accordingly the player is
able to move 
minute hand with mouse while pushing right mouse button (RMB).

4. Writing

The player has to name pictures shown on the screen by using the letters
available on the strip.


5. Keen eyesightness

There are two pictures shown on the screen during the game. These pictures are
similar to each other but
are not exactly the same. One of them consists of 10 elements more than the
other. The player has to find 
and point them with the mouse. Consequently the missing parts will emerge on the
other picture.

6. Music

Play guitar.....

7. Mathematical operation

Mathematical operation +, -, x on 1- 20.


History

0.5 (15 Apr 2009)

- Added new geography: European Union level

0.4 (13 Mar 2009)

- Compiling the Hollywood 4 (transparency RGB looks good on the AmigaOS 4.1).

-  Added new level - mathematical operation (1 - 20).

- Some small changes.

0.3 (11 Nov 2007)

- Added always possible return to menu.

- Added music level - guitar (hard level not available).

- Added screenmode requester.

- Added quit game button in menu.

- Added new icon.

0.2 (19 Oct 2007)

- Some bugfixes. First public version.

01. (16 Oct 2007)

- First nonpublic version.



Special thanks for Szymon Tomzik, Piotr Zadora and Lazar Zoltan.



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