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release=1992|
 
release=1992|
 
alternateNames=Rodney's Fun Screen|
 
alternateNames=Rodney's Fun Screen|
publisher=[[Activision]]|
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publisher=[[Activision]],[[Interlink Planning]]|
 
developer=[[Activision]]|
 
developer=[[Activision]]|
 
platforms=PC, Macintosh|
 
platforms=PC, Macintosh|
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'''Rodney's Funscreen''' is a collection of five children's learning games aimed at teaching children to use a computer.  
 
'''Rodney's Funscreen''' is a collection of five children's learning games aimed at teaching children to use a computer.  
 
Rodney's Funscreen was created by [[Activision|Activision]], from a concept by Rodney Alan Greenblat.  
 
Rodney's Funscreen was created by [[Activision|Activision]], from a concept by Rodney Alan Greenblat.  
It was available on floppy disk and CD-Rom.
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It was originally available on floppy disk but was later made available on CD-Rom in Japan by Interlink Planning Japan.
 
 
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [http://www.whimsyload.com/media.html Information on Rodney's Funscreen from the website of the author Rodney Alan Greenblat]
 
* [http://www.whimsyload.com/media.html Information on Rodney's Funscreen from the website of the author Rodney Alan Greenblat]

Revision as of 13:36, 14 May 2008

Rodney's Funscreen
No Screenshot Available
First release 1992
Also known as Rodney's Fun Screen
Developed by Activision
Published by Activision,Interlink Planning
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms PC, Macintosh
Resolution (unknown)
Engine MADE
Support Not officially supported.
A WIP engine is available
in our SVN repository
Available for
Purchase
NO


Rodney's Funscreen is a collection of five children's learning games aimed at teaching children to use a computer. Rodney's Funscreen was created by Activision, from a concept by Rodney Alan Greenblat. It was originally available on floppy disk but was later made available on CD-Rom in Japan by Interlink Planning Japan.

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