McGee at the Fun Fair

Moby ID: 74057
DOS Specs


McGee at the Fun Fair is the third game in the McGee series. Like the previous two games it is an educational game for young children that is entirely wordless so that it can be played by the child alone without any help from a parent. The gameplay is identical to the previous games but this time McGee has travelled to a fun fair and along with him comes a friend called Tony. The fair consists of a few different locations and for each there are four icons to click on that cause the two characters to interact with the environment in different ways. This includes watching the various entertainers (a clown, a juggler and a one man band for instance), having fun on the playground and eating ice cream. The game does not have an end sequence so the player can explore the locations freely for any length of time.

Groups +


Credits (DOS version)

11 People (8 developers, 3 thanks)

McGee at the Fun Fair was developed by
  • Lawrence Productions Inc.
Program Sequence Design
  • The Lawrence Design Team
Color Graphics and Animation
IBM/Tandy Programming
Editorial Assistance
Box Painting and Parent's Manual Art
Project Oversight
Special Thanks to
  • Holly Brooks (for Sound Assistance)
  • KPC Graphics for typesetting and layout
  • Premiere Printing for exceptional effort



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Released 1990 on DOS, Amiga, Apple IIgs
McGee School Days
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All the Fun of the Fair
Released 1993 on CD-i
American McGee presents Scrapland
Released 2004 on Windows, 2005 on Xbox
Monster Fair
Released 2004 on Windows, Macintosh
Pet Fair
Released 2011 on Android, iPad, iPhone
County Fair
Released 1981 on Apple II
County Fair
Released 2009 on Windows, Macintosh
Ravenwood Fair
Released 2010 on Browser

Identifiers +

  • MobyGames ID: 74057


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Game added by Kabushi.

Game added August 14th, 2015. Last modified February 22nd, 2023.