Junkland Jam

by Southpeak Interactive 1998


Drabsville, U.S.A. - a little in-noteworthy, waste-of-a-town, where sight-seeing was watching TV, and the only thing to do was buy things from it. Simon Fehfer conducted things differently, thoug. He was going to be a harmonica maestro. That is, until his mother's newest infomercial purchase the Turbo-Charged JUNK Sucker 2000, swept-up and swallowed all of his possessions, including his harmonica. Knowing that he'd have to face the music of what might be on the other side. Simon demanded, that the scaly, trash-mouthed Junk Sucker take him also. Swept-up, he fell down into the magically-zany, interactive world of Junkland, where through a musical adventure, trash is transformed into treasure and learning is never a waste of time.
  • 5 unique far-out environments set the tone for hours of creative exploration
  • Stunning backgrounds strike a chord in the mind's eye of every child's imagination
  • Bonus harmonica and music book
  • Through the use of everyday items, kids can conduct interesting scientific experiments, and create their own one-of-a-kind musical instruments to compose original melodies
  • Junkland Jam is based on the original concept by Bill Bloom. Original Junkland Jam music composed by Bill Bloom, publisher of more than 80 memorable children's songs
  • Written by Bill Bloom and Carin Greenberg Baker. Baker is the author of the award-winning children's series, "Ghostwriter"
  • On-screen journal of scientific experiments reinforces learning away from the computer
  • Easy-to-use interface and navigation eases frustration and makes learning fun
  • Music and logic puzzles teach children to creatively think for themselves by using ordninary objects in extraordinary ways


ESRB: Everyone


Minimal system requirements:

  • Windows 95/98
  • 486/100 processor or higher
  • 16 MB RAM
  • 2x CD-ROM-drive
  • SVGA graphics
  • 16 Bit Windows compatible sound card
  • Mouse

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