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Each game uses different controls, most DOS games use the keyboard arrows. Some will use the mouse.


A DOS typing tutor, with whom many of us have started their familiarity with computer. The obvious advantages BabyType concerns that the program combines business with pleasure: we are not just drumming his fingers on the right keys and commit much more - are conducting our hero funny furry Bun and legs, through a jungle-letters block in an attempt to escape from pursuing us directly on the heels of the enemy. Once you linger for a few seconds, as the pursuer (usually presented in the form of a hungry monster) catches up with Bun and the game ends with the obvious result. Therefore, a thorough knowledge of the keyboard keys suddenly becomes not just a useful skill to operate, but also the only way to survive.

The game has a variety of languages ​​(for example, available not only Russian, but also German, French, and British and American English), as well as the difficulty level setting - from a couple of keys to all of the available characters. Complexity increases automatically with the growth of your success, so that the more you practice, the more will be able to finish our round hero. Thanks to its unusual entourage BabyType would be an excellent choice for those who want to train your fingers, as well as for those who are just going to check their own endurance, without resorting to the boring and the same type of program peers.


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