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37 items in the archive
  • EDITOR.2
  • TPSAUG.609
  • TD#1-R1.DOC
  • 408.BRD
  • 908.BRD
  • 215.BRD
  • E.GAM
  • S.GAM
  • T.GAM
  • U.GAM
  • X.GAM
  • Y.GAM
  • 817.BRD
  • 305.BRD
  • EDITOR.1
  • TD#1-R2.DOC
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Product & Co.:Katie's Farm by: Lawrence Productions, Inc. Cracking Group: THG Graphics supported: CGA, EGA, VGA, MCGA, TANDY Optional: Mouse First Impression: "Good graphics...sorry game" Ratings> Graphics:8 Arcade Qual:0 Plot:1 Overall:3 Summary: The graphics in this game are somewhat interesting. As for the game itself, it is basically a kid's game, starting at about age three. In the game, you see a scene and you choose an option out of four options for Katie to do. If you like bad digitized sound, then you might enjoy the game. Otherwise, the game is not fun and I don't recommend it.