2020-03-25 01:43:02

As some of you may know, I was looking for this game for blind kids that I used to play a long time ago. After searching for a long time and with some redirection from a forum user, (thanks Boy), I finally got my hands on it. I will post the link, but I don't believe it works on Windows 10 and I can't figure out how to make it work in XP either. If anyone can figure this out, please do let me know and I'll update this post with the info. Anyways, here's the link.

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2020-03-25 08:54:20

hello what's this game about?

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2020-03-25 09:19:22

It's basically an educational game for students where they can record their own stories, using the list of sound effects at their disposal to help them. Think of a kid writing a picture book, but using their voice and sounds instead. Teachers or parents can also go in and assign sounds that their kids have to use to tell the story, in order to make them think and thus boost their creativity.

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2020-03-25 16:44:53

would you mind sending this to the audiogames archive as an attachment?

be a hero and stop Coppa now!
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Dkm … DkWZ8/edit
-id software, 1995