Rainbow Fish: The Most Beautiful Fish in the Ocean
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Children 9 and Under
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Dorling Kindersley Multimedia (DK)
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3 - 7
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Rainbow Fish - The Most Beautiful Fish in the Ocean

Product Information

Based on Marcus Pfister’s bestselling children’s books, Rainbow Fish is an amazing underwater adventure filled with games and activities that develop early math, story comprehension, and critical thinking skills. Rainbow Fish’s sparkling scales have been stolen by three cunning crabs. As children explore the beautifully-rendered 3D world, they will gradually piece together all the information they need to lead them to the crabs and the stolen scales. Every shape they match correctly, every melody they recognize and every action game they successfully complete will take them a little bit closer to finding the scales and making Rainbow Fish sparkle again!

Skills Learned

15 learning games and activities develop skills in:

  • Early math: counting, shape recognition and sorting
  • Problem solving
  • Deductive thinking, logic and reasoning
  • Critical thinking
  • Memory and concentration
  • Visual and auditory awareness

Educational Features

  • Problem solving
  • Learn to count
  • Match pairs
  • Recognize shapes
  • Think logically
  • Explore and experiment
  • Recognize colors and be creative

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Windows Requirements

  • Windows 98, Me, XP, Vista
  • Pentium 133 MHz or faster processor
  • 32 MB RAM
  • 80 MB hard drive space
  • 640x480 SVGA monitor, 16-bit color
  • 16-bit Sound Blaster compatible sound card & speakers
  • 8X CD-ROM drive

Macintosh Requirements

  • Mac OS 7.5.3–9.2, OS X Classic
  • PowerMac 133 MHz or faster
  • 32 MB RAM
  • 80 MB hard drive space
  • 640x480 monitor, thousands of colors
  • 8X CD-ROM drive


Reviewed by 1 customers
3 star(s) Fun but difficult to complete

By Sourdough Sam from Palmer, AK on 2/13/2009

Primary Use: Personal
Pros: Engaging
Cons: Ultimate solution hard, Hard To Navigate
Describe Yourself: Value Oriented

This game held my grandaughter's attention for many plays. She increased in computer mouse skills while using this software. But neither of us could solve the ultimate question, and I rather think of myself as clever enough. The child cared less about the final solution as the game interaction.

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