Recommended age for this Public Domain Disk number 10 is from 0 to 99 years; the diskette contains a number of programs for playful people (and little people) of all ages. Teach your child clock reading with alarm clock, a nice graphical clock.
Try your luck with jackpot or slot machine and see if your lucky in the game. Play memory, word recognition or do a quiz. Make your own quiz with the Tools of question and answer. Children learn to draw with Numbers matrix which will surely be more fun. Correct answers are rewarded with a great tune and a picture on the screen.
And as if this were not enough, there on this disc also the computer version of the board game Trivial Pursuit, called triviant.
Alarm, getallenmatrtix, fruitrnachine, word and triviant run only on MSX-2.
Note: On the Double Millennium CD, Disk B10 contains "Hardeman in action" (B11). This may be a mistake on the Millennium CD.