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The Indian in the Cupboard

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Inside of a young boy's cupboard, the tiny toy figurine native american named Little Bear has come to life. Letting the tiny man guide you through several activities will allow you to bring more toys to life and show your accomplishments on your wampum belt. Some of the available activities include the bead pictures game, where you practice your artistry with carved Iroquois templates and colored beads. There's also the Music Mimicry game and the Symbols game and several more. Completing all the activities sucessfully opens up a new area, the Bedroom 3-D environment and makes available six different quests.

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The Indian in the Cupboard Windows Little Bear shows us his village.
The Indian in the Cupboard Windows The game's interface
The Indian in the Cupboard Windows The map of the Iroquois Confederacy
The Indian in the Cupboard Windows The bedroom

Alternate Titles

  • "מפתח הקסמים" -- Hebrew spelling

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