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Disney Junior Games Activity Center: The Emperor's New Groove (Ages 4-8) - Mac

Platform : Macintosh, Windows
Rated: Everyone

Price: CDN$ 6.97
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  • Disney Interactive, Junior Games
  • Ages 4-8; rated E for Everyone
  • CD-ROM, Windows 95 / 98 or MacIntosh
  • Minimum requirements: Pentium class processor, 200 or better; 32 MB RAM or greater; 100 MB hard disk space; 8 x space CD-ROM drive; sound card; 800 x 600 direct X 2 MB video cards. MacIntosh users: operating system 8.5-9 X; G 3 processor; 32 MB RAM; 100 MB hard disk space; 8 x speed CD-ROM drive; video display.
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  • Platform:    Windows, Macintosh
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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From village harvests, to rescue challenges to arcade-style games, Disney's The Emperor's New Groove Activity Center by Disney packs an attitude. Groove to the hilarious antics of Kuzco, Pacha, Yzma, and Kronk. Create your own stylish art with a magical loom that animates before your eyes. Raise crops and guide Pacha to the greatest harvest ever as the chief of your own village, Kornotopia. Help save Kuzco as he hangs from a perilous rope bridge above a couple of hungry alligators. Work with Kronk to create a magic tapestry in Loomation that will animate before your eyes. You can even print it out as a cool flipbook. Use your cumulative scores from the games to barter for new art to include in Loomation. Based on the movie by Disney, The Emperor's New Groove Activity Center will keep kids occupied and challenged for hours.

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From village harvests, to rescue challenges to arcade-style games, Disney's The Emperor's New Groove Activity Center by Disney packs an attitude. Groove to the hilarious antics of Kuzco, Pacha, Yzma, and Kronk. Create your own stylish art with a magical loom that animates before your eyes. Raise crops and guide Pacha to the greatest harvest ever as the chief of your own village, Kornotopia. Help save Kuzco as he hangs from a perilous rope bridge above a couple of hungry alligators. Work with Kronk to create a magic tapestry in Loomation that will animate before your eyes. You can even print it out as a cool flipbook. Use your cumulative scores from the games to barter for new art to include in Loomation. Based on the movie by Disney, The Emperor's New Groove Activity Center will keep kids occupied and challenged for hours.

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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Big problems with this game. Sept. 4 2007
By Sam I Am - Published on Amazon.com
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This game is getting a very high rating by reviewers. Problem is, the reviews shown are NOT for this game! Many reviews are talking about teaching typing, coloring dalmations, etc. None of that applies to The Emperor's New Groove. There apparently are other versions of "Activity Centers", and reviews shown are for them.

Emperor's New Groove doesn't run on Windows XP, not even in compatability mode. I downloaded the patch required, and parts run, but not all. And the parts that run are very dull for anyone over about the age of 4. I got the game for our 6 year old, and it's not in the slightest bit challenging or entertaining. One of the game sections won't run at all, even with the patch. Even if this game ran perfectly, it would bore a normal 5 yr. old, so I can't imagine how they rated it for up to age 8.

I don't think Amazon should be selling this. Come on, how many people haven't ugraded since Windows 98? The only kids who would enjoy this game probably live in a third world country where computers and possibily electricity are novel inventions. Amazon and/or Disney should check into donating the games they have left.