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Novice Karate Group (ages 8 & up)

Ewurafua Ainooson
Ewurafua Ainooson

Mission Kellogg's Pc Game

Mission kellogg's pc game

Mission kellogg's pc game is a 1999 educational platformer game developed by Kellogg's and released for Windows 95 and 98. The game features four of the most popular Kellogg's cereal mascots: Tony the Tiger, Snap, Crackle and Pop, Coco the Monkey, and Cornelius the Rooster. The game aims to teach children about nutrition, health, and the environment through various levels and mini-games.

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The game consists of three worlds: Jungle World, Arctic World, and City World. Each world has four levels and a boss level. The player can choose to play as any of the four mascots, each with their own abilities and special moves. The player can also collect Kellogg's cereal boxes and tokens to unlock bonus mini-games and extra content.

The game is designed to be educational and fun for children. The game teaches children about the importance of eating a balanced breakfast, the benefits of different food groups, the effects of pollution and deforestation, and the diversity of wildlife. The game also encourages children to exercise, recycle, and respect nature.


The game received mixed reviews from critics and players. Some praised the game for its colorful graphics, catchy music, and educational value. Others criticized the game for its repetitive gameplay, technical issues, and lack of challenge. The game was also compared unfavorably to other platformer games of the time, such as Super Mario 64 and Crash Bandicoot.

The game is considered to be a rare and nostalgic piece of gaming history by some fans. The game was distributed for free in cereal boxes in several countries, but it is not widely available online. The game can be downloaded from some websites that archive old games , or watched on YouTube. The game is compatible with Windows 95 and 98, but it may not run on newer operating systems without emulation software.


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