A classic combination of three of THQ and Nick's finest, this PC-only adventure pack has some of the best children's gaming ever seen. Here's what you can expect.
Wild Thornberrys Rambler
Your journey with the Wild Thornberrys will see you traversing many familiar locations that range from steamy deserts to vast jungles in a series of highly addictive mini-games. You will be able to participate as many of the distinct Thornberrys characters within each of the games. You will battle (and hopefully defeat) villains, solve puzzle-based problems and even save the local wildlife. As you progress through the game, you will be rewarded with points that can be accumulated to help you reach stardom at the top of the leader board. Defeat any of the levels within a given time limit and you will be granted bonus points. Woo-hoo!
Rugrats in Paris
The Rugrats are once again getting themselves into mischief as they travel to Euro Reptarland to help fix Stu's Robotic Reptar. All Rugrats favourites are present and in fully playable form, including Chuckie, Phil, Dil, Lil and Tommy. Players must learn to guide their favourite characters through 16 massive levels, all of which are designed around still images taken from the movie. Each stage has its own environment, with locations varying from rollercoaster rides and carnival games to Chuckie Chan and the Ooey Gooey action game. Actual character voices have been incorporated here, giving Rugrats in Paris a familiar feel to. What's more, Rugrats in Paris is available to play in two-player mode, so any family member or friend can join in the fun. There are hidden bonus levels to be found for experienced players, increasing the game's longevity, while at the same time motivating players.
Rugrats Mystery Adventures
Join Tommy as he and his cracked team of baby investi-gamers solve 10 unique mysteries. You'll consort with knowledgeable informants, play six unique activities to collect Reptar bars to pay off the informants, and make exchanges for crucial information leading to the discovery of the culprit. It's a mysterious world out there, but nothing a bunch of kids can't handle.
All in all, not a bad threesome and definitely value for money.