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Commodore 64Computer Gaming World (CGW) (Jun, 1984)
Obviously, FACEMAKER gives practice on memory and concentration. More than most games for pre-schoolers, it provides lots of examples of important computerrelated concepts such as programming, menus of objects, and using the cursor to "point" and select. Do you suppose they'll do a version for Macintosh?
 
Atari 8-bitComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Jun, 1984)
Obviously, FACEMAKER gives practice on memory and concentration. More than most games for pre-schoolers, it provides lots of examples of important computerrelated concepts such as programming, menus of objects, and using the cursor to "point" and select. Do you suppose they'll do a version for Macintosh?
 
Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Jun, 1984)
Obviously, FACEMAKER gives practice on memory and concentration. More than most games for pre-schoolers, it provides lots of examples of important computerrelated concepts such as programming, menus of objects, and using the cursor to "point" and select. Do you suppose they'll do a version for Macintosh?
 
Obviously, FACEMAKER gives practice on memory and concentration. More than most games for pre-schoolers, it provides lots of examples of important computerrelated concepts such as programming, menus of objects, and using the cursor to "point" and select. Do you suppose they'll do a version for Macintosh?