As this week winds down, I figured that I would take everyone back to when we were young and dumb, so we're playing Educational Games on Rad Show. That's correct, DOS Educational Games. If you don't enjoy purple cars and a energetic bear in overalls, you obviously were birthed by the dark lord. So I bring you Putt Putt and Fatty Bear's Activity Pack!
We're going to color, move blocks around, play some Go Fish, and probably just yell a lot and throw things. The word find is probably the hardest game ever created, you guys are no match for the power of Putt Putt and his sneaky way of hiding words like BREAD and PUPPY. Who knows where the night might lead us, we might even venture into bad Dreamcast games. So grab your extremely small desk, juice in a plastic pouch, and a number 2 pencil because you will be tested on this after the show.
What kind of games were you forced to play during your scholastic learning experiences?
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