Knowledge Adventure Collection
Undersea Adventure is a game that aims to educate children on ocean life. The player explores the sea in a submarine while learning geology, marine biology, geography, oceanography, and ecology through nine mini-games and activities. The game includes hundreds of photos as well as movies of undersea life and an Undersea Reference encyclopedia which helps with report writing.
There's a brief biography of explorer Jacques Cousteau. The program's main attraction is the Undersea Reference, an extensive underwater-themed encyclopedia featuring images and passages from the Random House Atlas of the Oceans by Mitchell Beazley and National Geographic among others.
The universe is at your fingertips in this interactive adventure through space. Read about WWII rockets, eclipses, how humans might live in space colonies, and more. Watch Voyager flybys, Apollo launches, former President John F. Kennedy challenge America to go to the moon, computer simulations, and other videos. By clicking on objects on the screen, you can zoom to other topics on space. Space Adventure even covers some science fiction, too!
The whole thing is like a really big encyclopedia covering, space, our solar system, space probes, aliens, and other stuff that a budding astronomer could want to know. It also features Caltech's Tom McDonough and astronaut Buzz Aldrin.
Speed Adventure was billed as "the world's first interactive IMAX movie". The focus is on the evolution of machines in our quest beyond the sound barrier.