I Spy Junior Passo a passo



E aqui estamos nós com o I Spy Junior e… nossa, eu realmente gravei esse jogo? Sinceramente, pensei que nunca mais veria esse jogo. Eu me lembro tão pouco sobre isso. Foi facilmente um dos jogos mais esquecíveis que já joguei quando criança. Achei a dificuldade incrivelmente baixa e a jogabilidade realmente monótona. E lembre-se de que eu tinha quatro anos quando joguei este jogo pela primeira vez, então esse sou um garoto estúpido de quatro anos falando. Acho que fui uma criança prodígio e talvez estivesse um pouco acostumado demais com a dificuldade mais alta dos jogos Humongous, mas, honestamente, depois de jogar School Days, nunca mais voltei a este. Tenho muito pouco a dizer sobre esta gravação. Na verdade, quase não pratiquei. Eu joguei talvez uma ou duas fotos antes de gravar isso, onde para outros jogos I Spy eu costumo jogar o jogo uma vez para não ficar preso em encontrar nada. Como o jogo mostra literalmente o que você está tentando encontrar e como eles estão sempre à vista, não vi propósito em tentar praticar. Este jogo realmente poderia ter usado algum tipo de dificuldade. Existem três jogos de enigmas principais e três atividades secundárias. É tudo sobre o que você esperaria, suponho. Curiosamente, este jogo parece ter se inspirado tanto no livro original “I Spy” quanto no livro “I Spy School Days”. Então… aproveite, eu acho? Tenho certeza que não, mas você pode.

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38 thoughts on “I Spy Junior Passo a passo

  1. My memories of this game: Shortly after we bought our HP Pavilion 6545C in January 2000, with the intention of replacing our Compudyne from 1995, my parents bought me a copy of I Spy (the original, not the School Days re-release) from the Scholastic Book Club catalog. Some time after that, my Kindergarten teacher showed us that I Spy Junior was installed on her computers in the classroom. That summer, or maybe the next summer, we were at our local science museum; they had computers set up in the merchandise shop that the kids could play on while the parents were making their purchases, and I Spy Junior was one of the available games (or maybe it was the only game, I'm not 100% sure).
    And… yeah, it was boring even when I was in the target demographic, mainly because I was already used to the somewhat harder difficulty of the original.

  2. I remember I played this Game on the School's Apple iBook (Way before the Macbook ever existed later on) when I was in 1st Grade (2004-2005 School Year) and I loved it I was playing it in the Morning in The Reading Lab (My 1st Elementary School had a Reading Lab in case anybody's Wondering) while one of The Reading Lab Teachers would Set up the iBook and PC Games for me when I would get to School while everybody else would play Outside during Recess. I also played I Spy School Days Around that time but I loved I Spy Junior way better. Another Game I also played when I was in Elementary School was Treasure Cove (If anybody remembers that PC Game) so yeah playing all of these PC Games on the School's Computers when I was in 1st Grade Brings me back to my Elementary School Days and when I had my innocence.

  3. A 14 Kids Production 1992-2017
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    14 Kids Pictures 1992-2017
    A Nick Jr. Communications Company,
    A Turner Company,
    A Time Warner Entertainment Company,
    A Time Warner Company,
    An AOL Time Warner Company
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    A Nick Jr. Company

  4. I remember this being my very first I Spy when I was a toddler, and being so ecstatic about it. I guess I've seriously outgrown it since, cuz now, I definitely think Fantasy and Spooky Mansion are the superior ones.

  5. Yep, I was the first to make a video about this game, and you were the second to do so! I sure did beat you to it in 2012, didn't I?

    Anyway, I remember playing this game when I was little. It was one of my favorites at the time, along with other games, like "Thomas and Friends: Building the New Line." I actually liked it a lot, and it was my first I Spy game. I also remember playing its sequel, "I Spy Junior: Puppet Playhouse." Thanks very much for this walkthrough! It really does bring back memories.

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