Tuneland 7th Level 1994

This is a musical cartoon adventure designed for children of all ages. As the player, you have been invited to join Little Howie (voice played by Howie Mandel) as a guest at Old MacDonald's farm. There are a total of eight areas to explore, and each area is filled with objects and characters for you to interact with simply by clicking the mouse cursor on them. Little Howie is hiding somewhere in every place you visit, so it is a good idea to try to interact with as many things as possible to try to find him. Practically everything in each scene responds with some kind of animation, sound effect, or if you are lucky, song! Tuneland contains many elements which make it enjoyable. The songs are one of the best features in the game. There are no eight bit sampled tunes here. All the songs are CD quality so you get to hear all the instruments and singing in their clearest form. Are the songs worth listening to at all? The answer to this question is a definite yes! 7th Level has done a fine job assembling a group of talented musicians and singers. I found myself tapping my feet to a lot of the songs. All the music in Tuneland is based on traditional children songs. There are over forty different songs in the game! In addition to the game, Tuneland comes with jukebox software that will allow you to play all the music from the game. This is for those people who don't want to hunt down all the characters and objects in the game that trigger the songs. Tuneland's graphics are also well done. The animation is extremely smooth (especially for a Super VGA product), and the backgrounds are pleasing to the eye. One of the funniest scenes in the game is when the farmer's wife is chasing the mice with the broom. The song "Three Blind Mice" is playing in the background, and all the mice have on cool dark shades as they run around the table. Tuneland also provides several hot keys that when pressed, allow the player to jump to any scene in the game. There is a key for autoplay as well for those who just want to watch and not interact. These features, along with its easy point and click interface makes Tuneland a truly enjoyable gaming experience.
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ISO Demo 368MB (upped by Egon68)
Ecco the Dolphin and Tuneland - Packard Bell ISO Demo (provided by mklgw1985 & upped by Scaryfun) 626MB


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