Yes, there wasn't much to 3-D Dinosaur adventure. It was pure old-school edutainment. There were a couple of 'games' included in it, but one was matching pictures of dinosaurs to their names, and the other was matching names of dinosaurs to their pictures. Yep. There wasn't even really any game element to it, as there's no score or anything, it just endlessly loops the questions over and over. To be fair to it, 3-D Dinosaur Adventure does have some really interesting information in it, and I'm sure I would have loved it as a kid when I was heavily into dinosaurs. Now, though...I'm not so sure. I don't even know if Max would like it because the presentation's so slow and clunky. One great thing about it is that it mentions Lewes (proudly highlighted in the image above)! Good old Gideon Mantell. I'm pretty sure that this will be the only game on the list that features my home town in any way, shape or form.
Next up on the randometer is...The Adventures of Fatman: Toxic Revenge! Never heard of it. It looks like a graphic adventure based on an extremely litigious rendering of Batman. Hopefully nothing to do with Tongue of the Fatman (shudder).