Putt-Putt® Goes to the Moon

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Description

Purple Car Lands on the Moon!

Due to a freak accident at the Fireworks Factory, Putt-Putt® is blasted to the moon. There he meets Rover, a lovely little lunar terrain vehicle left behind by the astronauts. Putt-Putt® and Rover must work together to rebuild a rocket, and accomplish a few good deeds for the Moon People before they meet the Man in the Moon and are homeward bound. Putt-Putt® Goes to the Moon teaches the benefit of cooperation and the lasting value of friendship.

Putt-Putt® Goes to the Moon is an adventure game designed especially for children. Bursting with state-of-the-art animation, dazzling sound, hundreds of Click Points, and fully talking characters to thrill you and your child, Putt-Putt's® world unfolds around your child's actions - enhancing problem-solving skills and teaching valuable lessons along the way. Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon is like no other game for children or adults!


Key Features:

  • Cosmic Cooperation: Kids learn the value of cooperation as they help Putt-Putt® and his stranded pal, Rover, work together to get back to Earth.

  • It's not rocket science: Kids help Putt-Putt® and Rover move along and make choices with a simple click of the mouse. Kids' problem-solving skills are sharpened as they discover how their decisions affect what happens to the world around them.

  • Fun City: You never know what you'll unearth when you click on a moon crater, a doorway or a lunar gas tank. Aliens pop up, music starts, things explode - all the stuff kids love. With so much fun going on, they learn not to overlook a thing!

  • Putt-Putt® blasts kids off to a helpful new world: Kids learn math by counting moon crystals and learn how repeating music patterns can help them open a secret gate.

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