NoteNiks: Respect Our Earth Games CD Goes Gold
9:22 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
MonkeyByte and VendorNation have announced the gold release of the all new NoteNiks: Respect Our Earth Games CD. Targeted toward children from 5 to 10 years of age, the collection of 8 games teaches children the importance of protecting the earth through specific lessons which include recycling, smart energy usage, and protecting endangered species.
Here are a few of the collection's features:
- Curriculum Included!Respect Our Earth comes on a hybrid CD offering both Mac OS X and Windows versions of the games and requires Mac OS X, 290Mb of HD space, 128Mb RAM, and a CD-ROM player. It sells for $19.95.
ROE comes to you wrapped in a 19 page supplemental curriculum that provides fun new lesson plans as well as all new activity pages you can print for you class (or family) to enjoy, or save to disk to share with future classes.
- Editable & Printable Certificates
ROE is the first NoteNiks games CD to offer editable certificates that allow parents, teachers, and kids to print and share their game play successes. Certificates that can be shared with friends and family in full color! Game wide scoring (detailed below) allows players to receive three possible certificate levels (blue, silver, gold), enter their names and edit the certificate message as well!
- Built-in Web Browser ROE extends its' reach on to the Internet by offering a built-in web browser that connects parents and teachers with regular updates, support tools, interactive forums, and registration information. The ROE browser also provides a 'closed loop' web experience. With no links to external (or public) portions of the web. Keeping it kid safe and family friendly.
Click over to the sites below for more information.
NoteNiks: Respect Our Earth Games CD
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