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If you are a Jonny Quest fan, then you will enjoy "pretending" to be in his shoes--or flippers as the location dictates--for a while. I believe, though, that this game was released more to capitalize on the continuing popularity of Jonny Quest than to convert new followers. There are some nice touches to the game, such as the built-in hint system for the puzzles (honestly, though, you would have to posses the intelligence of a cucumber to get stuck on some of these puzzles), but the majority of the positives come more from what was taken directly from the television series than from what the computer programmers added into the mix. One final redeeming factor is that this game can be purchased at a retail price of $19.99.