Bold Brings New John Deere Games To Kids
9:31 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Bold Games, a division of Destineer, is partnering with Gabriel Interactive to offer two new children John Deere games for Windows and Macintosh computers. Based on the Parachute Publishing books of the same names, Welcome to Merriweather Farm and Busy Days in Deerfield Valley follow the adventures of Johnny Tractor and Danny Dozer.
"Merriweather Farm and Deerfield Valley have all the John Deere characters and farming equipment kids love," said Paul Rinde, Chief Executive Officer of Bold Games. "These games help young players develop problem-solving and recognition skills, as they familiarize themselves with the world around them via a fun and interactive way." Both games are scheduled for release in September and will sell for around $19.99.
Welcome to Merriweather Farm features Johnny Tractor, Allie Gator, and Corey Combine, and offers an abundance of interactive opportunities. Children and their parents can help plow the field, explore the barn, plant the garden, harvest crops, and bring their goods to the market.
Busy Days in Deerfield Valley challenges kids with a host of fun adventures and assembles the same popular group of characters from the John Deere children's book series. Whether helping Barney Backhoe fix the bridge, building a library with Luke Loader, or helping Danny Dozer find his way back to town, players will enjoy the wide array of scenarios over and over again.
"We are delighted to be working with Bold Games to bring our exciting John Deere characters and stories to life through an interactive format for lots of learning fun!" said Susan Knopf, Senior Vice President of Parachute Publishing.
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