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Postby SonicJordan » Wed Feb 08, 2017 10:38 pm

Reader Rabbit I Can Read With Phonics
Published: 1999
Developer: The Learning Company
Publisher: The Learning Company
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby Scaryfun » Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:44 am

This page - http://www.cdaccess.com/html/shared/readphon.htm
says it's a bundle of Reader Rabbit's Reading 2 and Personalized Reading Ages 6-9, so entries can be made for those two.
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby SonicJordan » Thu Feb 09, 2017 6:55 pm

Scaryfun wrote:This page - http://www.cdaccess.com/html/shared/readphon.htm
says it's a bundle of Reader Rabbit's Reading 2 and Personalized Reading Ages 6-9, so entries can be made for those two.


Sure thing, make entries for these two, then.
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby Scaryfun » Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:19 am

Ok, done. I was lucky to find upload for it, but haven't tested it. There were a bunch of other Reader Rabbit titles I got in same place which I will upload over next few weeks. :up:
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby UberLamer » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:16 am

Just wondering, why would anyone want these kids games?

It's all the sudden something a lot of people are looking for but it's something nobody cared for about 20 years, hence why these are hard to come by.

SonicJordan, what is your reason to want this ?
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby Scaryfun » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:25 am

They don't make games like these anymore with great 2d animation for kids like the golden age of 90's and 00's. Not many were released by scene groups. I think kids that grew up in that era have nostalgia for these games they played in school or that they were given as gifts by their parents. Probably some would like to introduce their kids to them now.
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby UberLamer » Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:54 pm

Scaryfun wrote:They don't make games like these anymore with great 2d animation for kids like the golden age of 90's and 00's. Not many were released by scene groups. I think kids that grew up in that era have nostalgia for these games they played in school or that they were given as gifts by their parents. Probably some would like to introduce their kids to them now.

Sounds like valid reasons for one to want these.
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Re: Reader Rabbit: I Can Read with Phonics

Postby annoyment » Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:04 pm

If quality has more merit than sentimental value, then its demand, even if the market seems niche, is justified. I'm just disappointed by the behaviour of the audience that these edutainments appeal to (partly including people looking to fulfill their kids' demands and/or experiences for their well-being and similar causes), and who I'm not able to relate due to my early gaming experience consisting almost entirely of mainstream titles (Hogs of War, Bugs Bunny Lost in Time, Harry Potter-s, Korea-Japan 2002, GTA3 of all things, etc. :lol: ), introducing myself into edutainments only at age 11.5 (Shrek Activity Center, and some TLC titles, well-known and already dumped AFAIK), as in already being too old for my taste and memory (apart from some electricity wiring on circuit board demo proggy we've messed around in class, killing all lightbulbs we could plant on, forgot its name though, probably also dumped long ago). So yeah, good cause, but with bad-tempered "fanbase", leading to notoriety the genre has online (and somewhat within collectors), too bad :(
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