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  radiantradon (Profile)
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Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2007 5:20 pm
I'm trying to find the piece of software that taught me how to read. I think the name of the application was "Stepping Stones," but I'm not 100% sure about that. It ran on what I believe to be a Macintosh SE/30 back in 1990.

The basic premise of the application was that the user (little kid) punched in a letter and the program drew the letter on the screen and then said the letter. I think that there was another part of the game in which the kid typed in three letters, and if the three letters made a word, the program would make a happy noise and show an illustration that illustrated that word.

http://radiantradon.com/images.....action.png is a cropped version of a picture that my mom took of the monitor while I was playing. I assume that I had punched in the letter C.

Any help or hints would be appreciated.


  p-amadeus (Profile)
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Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2007 5:32 pm
no idea but I remember I had Reader Rabbit back in the day when I was a little kid on my parent's Mac SE
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