Let Buzzy the Knowledge Bug take your kids on a fun-filled tour of their favourite places!
Let's Explore the Airport captures all of the fun, energy, and excitement of a real, working airport. Kids can check out the ticket counter in the main terminal, work the controls in the cockpit of the Concord, and see how the ground crew prepares the planes. Players can even sneak behind the scenes and find out where the baggage really goes. And that's just the beginning of this incredible tour.
Junior Field Trips turns kids loose to discover exciting new places up close and on their own. Children decide where they want to go and how much they want to know. Detailed explanations, lively sound effects and colourful animation make every trip truly one of a kind. Kids will want to come back to The Airport again and again. It's a place where curiosity and understanding reach new heights - and the fun never stops.
Get Ready to Board!
The Airport has over 40 incredible locations to explore. Just point and click and your own your way.
Meet your Tour Guide.
Buzzy the Knowledge Bug is your official Airport guide. He'll show you where the throttle is, tell you how radar works,- and even tell you what an altimeter is! All at the push of a button.
Every picture tells a story.
More than 200 jobs, machines, tools and other objects are defined and explained in detail. Just click the mouse button and Buzzy reads the descriptions out loud.
Surprise click points.
There's no telling what will happen when you click on a float plane, the control tower, the heliport and more! Things transform and create a lively world of sights and sounds that children love.
Learning has never been so much fun.
Kids can go on a scavenger hunt, track luggage through a baggage maze, colour pictures, learn fun facts, and match items with words- all in 5 fun-filled games.
This product uses ScummVM across Windows, Mac and Linux which is released under the GNU GPL v2.
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Used to play this game in my pre-teens. Though it doesn't pose much of a challenge now, the fun and quirky point and click adventure continuously reminds me of the "good old days". Fun humour and great graphics for the time!
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