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Underground Ernie: International Fun Station (Windows)

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Underground Ernie: International Fun Station is a collection of mini games aimed at pre-school age children. It is based on the BBC TV series that premiered in 2006.

This product consists of two activities: a Colouring Book and Meet the Cast and six games, namely Word Search, Sliding Tiles, Snap, Jigsaw, Pairs, and Spot the Difference. All games are simple, with big brightly coloured pictures, voice-overs and music. Snap, Matching Pairs and Word Search can be played against another player. All games are played via the mouse with the exception of Snap! where both human players need access to the keyboard.

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Underground Ernie: International Fun Station Windows At the end of all games there's a well done message
Underground Ernie: International Fun Station Windows The game of Snap. This is the only game where the player's names can be changed
Underground Ernie: International Fun Station Windows The Word Search puzzles are mouse controlled. Not sure about showing words in lower case when the actual puzzle is in upper case
Underground Ernie: International Fun Station Windows This is the jigsaw selection screen. In the lower left is a difficulty control. It defaults at four pieces but can be set to nine

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piltdown_man (68846) added Underground Ernie: International Fun Station (Windows) on Mar 20, 2014