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Paddington: The World Mystery Tour

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Paddington: The World Mystery Tour is an educational title aimed at children aged four and upwards. It uses Paddington and simple puzzles to teach basic skills such as colour recognition and geography.

The story behind the game is that Paddington and his friend Mr. Gruber travel to Lima to see Paddington's Aunt because it is her hundredth birthday. She isn't there but there's a clue that leads them to Italy, there they find a clue that takes them to Paris, then to Hong Kong and so on around the world in their adventure.

There are three levels of adventure, the short tour which has a single puzzle in each location, the random tour which has between one and three puzzles in each location, and the full tour which has three puzzles in each location. The adventures have full narration and are entirely mouse controlled.


Paddington: The World Mystery Tour Windows Here we are in Italy helping a sculptor complete his statue. This is the introduction, the game goes full-screen when player interaction is needed.
Paddington: The World Mystery Tour Windows In France there's a painting puzzle. The game tells the player which colours to mix and they colour the picture by moving the mouse over it. It's not possible to paint outside the lines here
Paddington: The World Mystery Tour Windows The next puzzle is a simple painting puzzle. Complete the picture to get a clue, which is that Aunty has gone to Italy because she's been embroidering a pizza
Paddington: The World Mystery Tour Windows When the game starts for the first time the player selects the kind of adventure they want, their icon, and enters their name. There is a narrator who explains all this.

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