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Steam Store Description:

    Will kids be forced to endure a fate worse than eating dry cereal!?

    The Plot: William the Kid has nearly completed his dastardly plan to cow-nap all the worlds supply of milk!

    The Mission: The super-suave agent, SPY Fox, must find Mr. Udderly, rescue all the cows, and stop William the Kid from depleting the worlds supply of milk. Using ingenious SPY gadgets, keen wits, and daring moves, SPY Fox, jumps out on an udderly exhilarating adventure!

    • Innovative new tools like Talk Balloons allow kids to investigate in a whole new way
    • Use top secret SPY gadgets to solve puzzles that test logic
    • Earn clues with fun games and activities
    • Clues change every time you play, and the game just might end differently

    SPY Fox in Dry Cereal challenges and inspires kids to observe details and solve problems in creative and flexible ways. Kids play with faithful, lovable friends as they discover and explore captivating worlds where they direct the journey at their own pace.

    This product uses ScummVM across Windows, Mac and Linux which is released under the GNU GPL v2.
    For more information, please visit - https://www.scummvm.org
    The GNU GPL can be viewed here - https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html

    Contributed by Rik Hideto (464135) on Feb 17, 2022.

Google Play description - Android (English):
    Humongous Entertainment Presents: Spy Fox in Dry Cereal!

    Spy Fox and his team from SPY Corps’ are about to take on their toughest assignment yet, as William the Kid plans to replace all the milk in the world with his brand of goat milk.

    Will children everywhere be forced to endure a fate worse then dry cereal?
    Will that ghastly goat William the Kid succeed in his plans?
    Are you reading this in a dramatic trailer voice? You should.
    The SPY Corps’ needs your help. Spy Fox need’s you.

    • Every new game creates new ways of playing making the experience for any child new every time.
    • Simple touchscreen navigation makes it easy to guide Spy Fox.
    • Fun and challenging puzzles and mini games.
    • Touch everything! Nearly everything in the game can be interacted with just by touching the screen and reveal hundreds of hidden surprises.
    • Feature-film quality animation and original music.

    Contributed by ryanbus84 (38813) on Dec 09, 2019.

www.nintendo.com - Wii:
    The award-winning best-selling Humongous children’s property made popular on the PC is now available for Wii!

    Help Save the World’s Milk Supply! The world’s dairy cows have been “cow-napped” by a villainous goat, forcing kids to eat their cereal without milk. Team up with super-sleuth Spy Fox, Monkey Penny and Quack as they take on this tough assignment. Use amazing gadgets like X-ray chewing gum to crack the case and save the fate of breakfast as we know it!

    Contributed by Victor Vance (15378) on May 05, 2015.

Back of Jewel Case - Windows/Windows 3.x/Macintosh:
    Will kids be forced to face a fate worse than eating dry cereal? Will William the Kid's goat milk show up on breakfast tables and lunch trays everywhere? Who is capable of stopping such a ghastly ghost? Fox, SPY Fox, the super-smooth secret agent who finesses his way through SPY Corps' toughest assignments. Your kids will put their wits to the test as they help SPY Fox use a host of slick gadgets, including a laser toothbrush and suction cuff links, to thwart William the Kid's dastardly plans of dairy destruction. Monkey Penny and Quack provide clues from the Mobile Command Center as our hero takes on Kid's cast of animal adversaries. It's an udderly exhilarating world of cartoon espionage!

  • Better play again-the clues change every time you play, and the game just might end differently!
  • Use top secret SPY gadgets to solve puzzles that test logic, memory and coordination.
  • Earn clues with fun games and activities.

  • Contributed by Andrew Shepard (1411) on Aug 29, 2007.

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