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Platform(s): PC
Genre: Edutainment
Publisher: Cenega
Developer: Rebelmind
Release Date: Nov. 20, 2000

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'Timothy' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on May 18, 2003 @ 3:31 p.m. PDT

Timothy is an educational and entertaining maths game for children where we meet Timothy and Basil the Butterfly.

Get the Timothy demo off Worthplaying (70mb)

Timothy is a game, named after its main hero, which targets a very young audience. Basically it represents a genre commonly known as 'edutainment' (a term being a mix of two words: education and entertainment, used to describe products that teach while playing). With this product Cenega aims to give kids primarily a lot of fun, but all of its parts are designed to be intellectually engaging, so it is a perfect mix for developing childrens' minds.

This game introduces beautiful, fully rendered graphics (Toy Story style) that will catch the eye of every person irrespective of age. All in all, it is like a favourite toy. It is not just another boring maths teacher, but top quality software: entertaining, educational, and long lasting - that kids will enjoy.

Our young hero Timothy witnesses his friend being captured by evil Treasurion. Without thinking too much, he decides to rescue him. There is only one way to reach the Dark Kingdom, which leads through the Magic Door. Unfortunately, the door was pulled down some time ago, so your task is to collect all 12 pieces of the door, before you can open it. Your job is then to visit different people and solve the problem. As a reward, you'll always get a piece of the door which you need. Complete them all, and you are free to help your friend.

Features :

  • Dozens of puzzles and secret objects
  • Easy, medium and difficult tasks which sort out your artistic skills
  • Many arcade games
  • Highly addictive game with positive merits for children

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