When Harry D. Rabbit hits one of Earl's famous curve balls right over Stinky's head it lands in the spooky old house down the street. Harry and his friends cautiously explore the house searching for their ball and have a host of hair-raising experiences. Before they're done they stumble across dozens of startling sights and sounds. A hatrack that tells knock-knock jokes. A skull that tells skeleton jokes. Dancing furniture and a phone that answers itself. Even the skeletons are scared! As Harry and his friends search the scary mansion they discover something about themselves as well as about "haunted" houses. Even adults have fun playing. Written by award-winning multimedia designer Mark Schlichting. The Living Books spring to life with characters that talk and move and sing and dance. Sound effects, music, humor, and lots of animations create a whole new learning experience. As the computer reads the words aloud individual words phrases and lines are highlighted. Change from English to Spanish and back again with just a click. Audio tracks of nine original songs are included.
This is an "electronic book", a game designed for kids which consists of a linearly-told story through still screens filled with hot-spots where kids can click and get animations, sounds, etc.
In this one, Harry and his friends Stinky, Earl and Amy are playing baseball when Harry hits one into the window of an old abandoned house. So the team embarks on a rescue mission to get the ball back from the seemingly "haunted" house.
The graphics in the game are all colorful cartoon drawings and the game has numerous sound options that include full narration, or the specific pronunciation of any word you click on.
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