Reader Rabbit

DOS game, 1987

Learning Company, The
Learning Company, The
Animals, Educational
Apple II (1984), Commodore 64 (1984), Atari 8-bit (1985), DOS (1987), Macintosh (1987)
Also known as:
Reader Rabbit 1, Reader Rabbit and the Fabulous Word Factory

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Unveil the joy of learning with the 1987 DOS game, Reader Rabbit. Designed for children, this educational game revolutionized the way kids engage with reading and phonics. Set in a vibrant, animated world, Reader Rabbit helps young players develop essential literacy skills through fun and interactive activities. The game follows the titular character, Reader Rabbit, as he embarks on various adventures, each designed to teach a specific aspect of reading, from letter recognition to basic word construction. The game takes place in the titular Word Factory, which teaches reading and spelling in four different activities and has over 200 three-letter words and more than 70 pictures for learning. The following four activities are: 1. Sorter - the player is required to pick words that start with a chosen letter and discard the rest. 2. Labeler - out of a number of mixed up letters, the player must use those letters to spell words that match three objects on the screen. 3. Word Train - the player needs to select a word that slightly differs from the first. 4. Matchup Games - the player must match picture cards with corresponding word cards.

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