Magic Theatre

Magic Theatre won the 1994 GOLD MEDAL from The National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) in recognition of its superior quality in children's software.


In September 1995 Technology In Learning Magazine gave Magic Theatre the "Outstanding Product Award".

In October 1996 Magic Theatre won the Thunderbeam Seal of Approval.

ELECTRONIC ENTERTAINMENT October 1994.

...There is a word for programs like MAGIC THEATRE: cool.


 

PC MAGAZINE October 11, 1994.
...Magic Theatre is a wonderful tool for helping kids develop their storytelling and creativity skills. Show-and-tell will never be the same again

.... Spoken help and large icons make it easy for even little filmmakers to get the hang of the program.


FAMILY FUN October 1994
....Kids who love to tell stories and kids who love to watch cartoons (have we left anyone out?) will find Magic Theatre fascinating.


CD-ROM TODAY December 20, 1994
...Magic Theatre...has it over most other contenders in this field. Magic Theatre wisely eschews multitrack event timelines, waveform editors

...Kids can just drag the cursor and hit the play button: The program records all mouse movements and makes the movie for them. No reading is required ... even a two or three year old can make an animated doodle that brings giggles of delight.

...a tool for pure worry-free childlike messing around. And that's how it should be.


MULTIMEDIA SCHOOLS March/April 1995
... rated 5 stars.

...It was up and running in about five minutes.

...Magic Theatre appeals to a wide audience with varying interests. I recommend it to elementary school teachers looking for a new innovative way to inspire students.

... Outstanding-a "must buy."


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