pezhead53 wrote:If anybody here's interested, the iOS version of Ruff's Bone is free for a limited time!
Got it! Thanks for letting us know
Hondo20132 wrote:To answer Legoking's question, my copy of Arthur's Birthday is version 1.
I feel like wanting to ask for a zipfile or iso copy of the V1 version.
Because its been reeeeeeeeeeally long since I played that version.
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I don't have anything to add, other than that my dad has told me that Just Grandma and Me was the first experience I ever had using a computer, at age 3 or so. The "fence butt poke" animation always used to make me laugh. I was already reading fairly well at age 4 and software like this surely helped.
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The only Living Books game I have is "The Tortoise and the Hare." It's my favorite in the Living Books series because some of the animations and clickpoints are funny, and it has an excellent storyline. The Living Books games remind me of the "Disney's Animated Storybook" series.
The only one you have is your favourite. Riiiiiight. Anyway, I'm willing to bet the Disney books were at least somewhat "inspired" the Living Books.
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