Late 90's Educational/School Amiga Games

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Late 90's Educational/School Amiga Games

Postby 4wheels on Tue May 21, 2019 12:14 am

Hey there,

I am hoping to track down some games I played at school here in New Zealand during 99/2000.

A couple of them, I think they were called "Maths Mania" and "Adding Numbers"

I may have the Adding Numbers game name wrong but I can remember parts of the game were your character went up and down silver ladders like a 2D platformer. If I saw some screenshots id recognize it instantly.

Very grateful for any info on tracking these down.

Cheers
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Re: Late 90's Educational/School Amiga Games

Postby Carcenomy on Thu May 23, 2019 6:48 pm

Good lord where were you going to school where they still had Amigas at the turn of the millennium?
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Re: Late 90's Educational/School Amiga Games

Postby 4wheels on Thu May 23, 2019 8:06 pm

Not willing to reveal where exactly, but we were only 5/6 so not like we needed anything fancy. They were purely for the educational games since we used books/pencils for regular work unlike today's school kids.
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Re: Late 90's Educational/School Amiga Games

Postby mds_vcf on Wed Jun 26, 2019 6:44 pm

Before today I hadn't heard of amigas in schools anywhere. I always wanted one when I was at high school in the mid-90's but some idiot told my mother they were "just games machines". In fact I have since discovered they were ahead of their time in many ways when they came out. Finally got one for $20 20 years later but it's gone a bit funny now:-( Haven't heard of those games sorry.
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