Mixed-Up Mother Goose (SCI) is completed in the Sierra Chest

News ID: 379
Date: 2017-04-18
Source: Sierra Chest

This interactive adventure introduces children ages 3 to 6 to the world of computers while teaching them logic, organization and memory skills. Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep; the cat's lost his fiddle; there's lots of trouble in Mother Goose Land and it's up to you to help out. The child reunites 18 delightful animated characters with their lost items. In return, each character performs a song complete with animation and text. Learning the classic nursery rhymes has never been so easy and fun!

Mixed-Up Mother Goose (SCI), designed by Roberta Williams, became one of the best-loved children's software titles of all time. The child can pick from several characters to find the one that most resembles him or herself and the game uses a simple child-friendly interface. Originally the game was made in 1987, using the AGI engine. This SCI remake is one of only 2 Sierra titles that were made both in AGI and re-released with the SCI0 engine - the other being King's Quest 4 which, since it was the very first SCI0 title, had its AGI and SCI version released simultaneously. Shortly later, Mixed-Up Mother Goose was also remade with VGA graphics, as well as a CD-ROM multi-media release. And finally in 1995 it was again remade as Mixed-Up Mother Goose Deluxe, featuring SVGA graphics, digitized music and voice, and a host of new features.
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