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    Can anyone here name some games for Kids on the Genesis, NES and SNES thanks

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    Mario is Missing is the only thing I can think of at the time. I was never a fan of the genre

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    Those Mario games, like Mario is Missing (already mentioned), Mario's Timemachine, Mario Learn to Type (or something like that). You also have Donkey Kong Jr. Math for NES and Miracle Piano for NES/Genesis. I also think that Where in the World is Carmen San Diego is also an educational game.

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    Do a search:
    Manufacturer = Hi-Tech Express

    You'll get a ton of stuff from them they did, lots of educational things.
    [Website] [Gallary] [Games List] [DP Feedback]

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    Yes, start here:

    http://www.digitpress.com/forum/view...ight=sega+kids

    Those are some for the Genesis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberfluxor
    Do a search:
    Manufacturer = Hi-Tech Express

    You'll get a ton of stuff from them they did, lots of educational things.
    The Hi-Tech expressions produced a educational game with Mickey Mouse for NES to learn English.

    This game is very good for children learns English.

    I not remeber the name, but his characteristcs are here.

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    Yeah for the NES there is Mickeys Safari in Letterland and I think Mickeys Adventure in Numberland. There were also all of those disney games that came out for the sega like lion king and aladdin they had education aspects to them.

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    For the NES, we have the following:

    Sesame Street: Countdown
    Sesame Street: Big Bird's Hide & Speak
    Sesame Street ABC/123
    Sesame Street ABC
    Sesame Street 123

    Fisher Price: I Can Remember
    Mickey's Safari in Letterland
    Mickey's Adventures in Numberland

    Plus the 2 Mario games.


    Sega Genesis:

    Magic School Bus, The
    Math Blasters: Episode I
    Richard Scarry's Busytown
    Sesame Street: Counting Cafe
    Thomas The Tank Engine
    Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?
    Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego?


    SNES:

    Captain Novolin
    Mario Is Missing!
    Mario's Early Years: Fun with Letters
    Mario's Early Years: Fun with Numbers
    Mario's Early Years: Pre-School
    Mario's Time Machine
    Math Blaster
    Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends
    Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
    Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?



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    the genesis also has the seseme street games
    The human operates out of complex superiority demands, self -affirming through ritual, insiting upon a rational need to learn, striving for self-imposed goals, manipulating his environment while he denies his own adaptive abilities, never fully satisfied.
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    There's the four Raya Systems games for the SNES: the already-mentioned Captain Novolin (which teaches kids about diabetes), Packy & Marlon (which also teaches kids about diabetes), Rex Ronan: Experimental Surgeon (which teaches kids not to smoke), and Bronkie the Bronchiasaurus (which teaches kids about asthma).
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