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Freddi Fish and the Case of the Stolen Conch Shell

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In the same vein of the Pajama Sam, Putt-Putt, and Spy Fox game series, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddi_Fish is "a classic point and click adventure game for kids, with charming characters, neat animation, and humorous dialogue." It too was developed by Humongous Entertainment who is now owned by Atari, "so it doesn't seem like getting this and other Humongous Entertainment titles would be too difficult. (However, I wouldn't recommend charging more than 5.99, unless you bundled more [Freddi Fish] or Humongous titles with it.)"

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Whoops, should have said "Freddi Fish 3"...

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