Stuart Little: His Adventure In Numberland

Publishers Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited
Developers The Learning Company
Release date 2002
Genre Educational
Game rating

Game Description

Why is Numberland so fun? It’s because Numberland is a big animated cartoon, but in this cartoon, the child gets to be one of the characters — Stuart! And what’s going on in Numberland?
As the children play the games with the cartoon playmates, they earn “brainpower,” which they see filling up Stuart’s brain. When they have enough brainpower, they can use Numberland’s powerful Imagination Machine! This machine turns “imagined” toys into “real” toys, which the children can then sell in Bee’s toy store. So in a nutshell – – they explore and explore, learn how to play games from cartoon playmates, earn brainpower, make toys, sell them to customers, and learn math the whole time…And they never seem to get tired of it!

Download Stuart Little: His Adventure In Numberland

We might have the game available for more than one platform. Stuart Little: His Adventure In Numberland is currently available on these platforms:

Windows (2002)

Stuart_Little_His_Adventures_in_Numberland_Win_ISO_EN.zip (438.6MB)

Additional files, patches and fixes

Windows_Hotfix_Learning_Support.zip

Stuart Little: His Adventure In Numberland Screenshots

Windows

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  1. uh micah eventually i tried these games dk eyewitness children’s encyclopedia of history of 2.0 and nature 2.0 and guess what the 16-bit colors came in my win 10

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  2. okay but first i’ll try and see if the setup works on my win 10 and then i’ll tell you after that thank you

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  3. no way it will work on win 10 here look at this article ttps://www.groovypost.com/howto/enable-16-bit-application-support-windows-10/#:~:text=Configure%2016-bit%20Application%20Support,off%20NTVDM%20and%20click%20OK.

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    • sorry oldgamesdownload.com is blocking the webpage.

      yes they is windows 10 x86 that does run 16-bit Application Support.
      even if you did enable NTVDM under Windows features on or off
      it will still not work. real mode colors from kernel is removed sense Windows 8.1 64-bit only.
      does not apply to x86 however.

      so officially Windows 7 is the last to support such technologies web lick here

      https://www.guidingtech.com/9914/change-from-16-bit-to-32-bit-color-windows-7/

      unless that i miss something i am positive It will not work even under Windows 10 x86.
      that i personally Tested it was impossible hick even Windows 8 was barely Working.

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  4. Stuart Little and his adventures in number land Need 16-bit colors. The last version is Windows 8.1. starting with Windows 10 16-bit colors have been removed by Microsoft from the engineering level. You will need another computer with windows 8.1 or below. 2nd option is virtualization with VMWare player or macs VMware fusion. This will not work with VirtualBox, due to lack of direct3d memory 256. Also, the compatibility mode will not work. It needs real mode, not emulation that is offered by Windows 10.

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