Little Bill Thinks BIGFall 2004 Software
The program centers around collecting specific items needed to make a special "surprise," for each of the year's four seasons. Players journey through Little Bill's house, clicking on items to help locate the various mini games. Most actions perform a little animation and pose a simple instruction. For example, after showing a set of three blocks of various colors with numbers on them the players is asked to "click on the green four." Once a game is located, players click and select. Games include arranging a tube in order determined by colors, picking out aliens that match and placing them on the correct ships, or decorating a cookie with shapes so it matches a pre-made cookie. After finding and playing all the games to acquire the parts for a "seasonal surprise" players are verbally instructed to venture into the back yard to assemble the surprise. After correctly assembling the surprise, players can construct their own picture using a large variety of images and objects that can be dragged onto the screen. Artwork can be saved, loaded again, or even printed.
The graphics are well-crafted in two dimensional cartoon style. The voice of Little Bill is very upbeat and is always laughing - encouraging and pleasant for a younger listener.