Road Construction Ahead

Publishers Simon & Schuster Interactive
Developers Simon & Schuster Interactive
Release date 1997
Genre Educational
Game rating

Game Description

Road Construction Ahead is an Educational game developed by Simon & Schuster Interactive and published by Simon & Schuster Interactive in 1997.

Download Road Construction Ahead

We might have the game available for more than one platform. Road Construction Ahead is currently available on these platforms:

Windows / Mac (1997)

Teach Your Children Road Construction Ahead.iso (357.7MB)

Additional files, patches and fixes

Road Construction Ahead Screenshots


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      • No problem, cheers! 😃

        Will do; is there a general contact method for Old Games Download, such as an E.mail address? 🤔

          • Ah okay, it’s just that the contact form page states “This form is reserved for video game publishers and developers that want a game archived or unarchived. DMCA takedown requests must also be submitted here. For all other queries, please read the section below.”, so I didn’t get the impression that it should be used for any other contact reason(s).

            Furthermore, on, it states “If you find anything suspicious in one of our downloads please contact us immediately.”, with a link to that same contact form. This contradicts the statement on the contact page itself regarding what the contact form is apparently reserved for. 👀

            I think some parts of this website, particularly the text referring to contacting, really should be updated to make things clear and consistent across the board, because right now it’s at odds with itself and causes confusion.

            Additionally, I find it intriguing that the sister ‘site Flash Museum has a much more flexible contact page, yet Old Games Download has a much more restricted-sounding contact page, while also having mixed messaging on its desired usage, given the aforementioned inconsistencies not only between different pages but also what you’ve told me in your reply.

            Funnily enough, this is one of my critiques that I was going to point out in an E.mail message had you replied with a contact E.mail address. 😄

          • Unfortunately putting the email address here would get it scraped by bots and we already receive hundreds of spam email daily – but feel free to send us a message on the contact form and we will reply with the website’s correct email address!
            In terms of your comment, I agree with what you say, the FAQs page is quite outdated and due for an update. To make it clear, in cases where there might be a suspicious file, we would still prefer a comment on that game’s page – that way all the users will be able to see the correspondence about it. It is also less likely to be missed by us.

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