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  2. Microsoft Home - Wikipedia

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    The Microsoft Kids division produced educational software aimed at children in 1993. Their products feature a purple-skinned character named McZee who wears wacky attire and leads children through the fictional town of Imaginopolis, where each building or room is a unique interface to a different part of the software.

  3. List of educational software - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of educational software that is computer software whose primary purpose is teaching or self-learning Educational software by subject Anatomy. 3D ...

  4. Discovery Kids - Wikipedia

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    Discovery Kids is a brand name owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. Starting as a television segment within the Discovery Channel , the brand was expanded as a separate television channel. Most of the channels worldwide were either rebranded or shut down, but the brand still exists as the website for children's activities and as the consumer ...

  5. Discovery Kids (British and Irish TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Discovery Kids was a British pay television channel. The channel initially began broadcasting exclusively on the On Digital service time sharing with Discovery Wings , an aviation-focused channel similarly created initially as an On Digital exclusive. [1]

  6. Rhythm Heaven - Wikipedia

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    Rhythm Heaven, known as Rhythm Paradise in Europe and Rhythm World (모두의 리듬) in Korea, is a Japanese rhythm video game developed by Nintendo SPD for the Nintendo DS.It is the second game in Nintendo's Rhythm Heaven series and the first one released worldwide, following the Japan-only Game Boy Advance title Rhythm Tengoku, and was succeeded by Rhythm Heaven Fever for the Wii and Rhythm ...