CrashBangWallop! v2.0. (Windows)

CrashBangWallop! v2.0. Windows Title screen


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CrashBangWallop! v2.0. is the second entry in a series of cause-and-effect games which are specifically designed for the youngest of users out there.

The game basically assigns a colorful framed picture to every alphabet key of the keyboard, a picture showing something that starts with the letter it is assigned to. If such a key is pressed, the related picture will be shown and an appropriate sound will be played. Exemplary, pressing the B key will give a picture of a bee and a fitting bumble sound. If other keys than the alphabet ones are hit, the game will only play a funny sound effect and change the color of the frame. And that's about it.

The very simplified game play of CrashBangWallop! v2.0. allows children who didn't even celebrate their first birthday to play it. Being able to sit and having the power to somehow hit the keyboard is enough to play this game. Contrary to the first game in the series this version is also appealing to older children, because the words describing each picture are spelled out below it so the kids can practice a little when learning to read.


CrashBangWallop! v2.0. Windows Too bad MobyGames doesn't track sounds, the whale sound is just so wonderfully out of this world.
CrashBangWallop! v2.0. Windows Title screen
CrashBangWallop! v2.0. Windows The birds and the bees are flying in the trees. The sun's in the sky, just for you and I.
CrashBangWallop! v2.0. Windows For the icicle a real photo is used.

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MZ per X (3020) added CrashBangWallop! v2.0. (Windows) on Apr 20, 2010