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EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus (DOS)

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Back of Box - DOS (Sierra Discovery Series):

    Challenge your mind and your imagination. Take a voyage into exciting worlds of discovery. Familiar, dry, or difficult subjects will never be the same again once you have been on a Sierra Discovery Series adventure.



    YOU WILL LEARN ...

    ECOLOGY

    MARINE BIOLOGY

    ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

    LOGIC

    ... AND MUCH MORE!


    Adventure, danger, and discovery beneath the sea.



    Set out on a challenging undersea odyssey as you discover the delicate and miraculous balance of nature. As you unravel this perilous, sub-aquatic quest, you'll learn about the important environmental issues facing each of us today. You'll also have the adventure of your life.

    Join an enchanting cast of animated undersea characters as you search for Cetus, the great whale king. Only you can save a mysterious underwater city. Along the way, you'll explore the sunken ruins of ancient civilizations and rescue sea creatures who are hurt or poisoned by pollution.

    Join young Adam and Delphineus the dolphin as they brave the terrors of toxic waste, oil spills, deadly driftnets, and other environmental hazards.

    Based on scientifically accurate information, EcoQuest shows the importance of protecting the environment and how each individual can make a difference.

    "...challenging and interesting for anyone of any age..."
    - Earth News

    Ecoquest: The Search for Cetus features:
  • Easy-to-use, point-and-click commands. No typing.
  • Real-world environmental problems and solutions, illustrated in an exciting adventure.

  • Hand-painted. luminous underwater scenery, enchanting animated characters, and a spectacular soundtrack.

    Join the Discoverer's Club! Details inside.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66204) on Nov 18, 2004.