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Overview

The main menu
The main menu

Thinkin’ Things Collection 2 contains five activities. As is expected from this series the game doesn’t have a storyline or plot. It instead opts to present sandboxes, several hosted by eccentric characters, in which to learn a variety of skills. Games contain a variety of modes including sandbox, single player, and two-player competitive options.

Featured Activities

Frippletration

An advanced difficulty game
An advanced difficulty game

A classic game of concentration. Features two game modes; ‘hear’ and ‘see.’ In ‘hear’ mode players must match the sounds that are associated with each card. ’See’ mode is the more traditional visual matching game. Two players can play competitively and, thanks to a difficulty slider, the challenge can be ramped up to be more appealing for older kids and adults.

Toony’s Tunes

Toony Playin' a sweet solo
Toony Playin' a sweet solo

A simple digital keyboard. Players can create their own songs on a variety of keyboards, listen to the Toony play some classic songs, or let Toony teach you to play the classic songs. Keyboards include Xylophone, Tuba, Sheep, and a space (synthesizer) keyboard.

Snake Blox

A preset
A preset "idea"

A drawing and spatial awareness sandbox. Players select a background image from the included library and then draw a “snake.” The snake consists of a variety of shapes (circles, leaves, stars) that can be customized by the player. Once the path is drawn out players can mask layers of the background image to create foreground elements and 3D scenes. If players are looking for inspiration they can select the “ideas” button to view a number of preset scenes. Other customization options include color and size of the snake as well as background music.

2-3d Blox

Any empty areas in the 2D image appear as transparencies in the 3D image
Any empty areas in the 2D image appear as transparencies in the 3D image

Much like Snake Blox, this sandbox allows players to manipulate shapes and three-dimensional shapes. Players can paint on a 2d canvas and subsequently see it wrapped around a simple 3d shape, allowing them to experiment with construction of polygonal objects wrapped in 2d textures. Music and background image can be changed to suit the 3d image. Tools include a pottery style loop that can remove material as the object spins to change shape as well as spray cans and a variety of paint brushes.

Oranga Banga’s Band

I prefer Oranga Banga's earlier work
I prefer Oranga Banga's earlier work

Create simple beats with this sequencer. Players can choose percussion instruments and select sounds for each member of the band. The second play mode asks players to look at two sequencer tracks and pick out which beat oranga is playing. Sounds are based on percussion, goofy vocals, or even noises recorded by the player.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Windows 95 or 486 MHz PC or faster

Windows 3.11 — 8 MB RAM

2x CD-ROM or higher

Super VGA

Macintosh — 8 MB RAM

2x CD-ROM

System 6.0.7 or higher

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