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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s. Plus, they claimed that ''TyrannosaurusRex'' was more of a scavenger, ''Diplodocus'' roamed in swamps, and ''Stegosaurus'''s plates should be pointing sideways instead of upright (they probably meant its tail spikes).

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s. Plus, they claimed that ''TyrannosaurusRex'' ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' was more of a scavenger, ''Diplodocus'' roamed in swamps, and ''Stegosaurus'''s plates should be pointing sideways instead of upright (they probably meant its tail spikes).



* StockDinosaurs: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Iguanodon'', ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Diplodocus'', ''Triceratops'', and ''Stegosaurus''.

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* StockDinosaurs: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Tyrannosaurus rex'', ''Iguanodon'', ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Diplodocus'', ''Triceratops'', and ''Stegosaurus''.


* StockDinosaurs: The Hall of Dinosaurs features ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Iguanodon'', ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Diplodocus'', ''Triceratops'', and ''Stegosaurus''.

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* StockDinosaurs: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs features are ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Iguanodon'', ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Diplodocus'', ''Triceratops'', and ''Stegosaurus''.

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* StockDinosaurs: The Hall of Dinosaurs features ''TyrannosaurusRex'', ''Iguanodon'', ''Brachiosaurus'', ''Diplodocus'', ''Triceratops'', and ''Stegosaurus''.


* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s. Plus, they claimed that ''TyrannosaurusRex'' was more of a scavenger and ''Stegosaurus'''s plates should be pointing sideways instead of upright (they probably meant its tail spikes).

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s. Plus, they claimed that ''TyrannosaurusRex'' was more of a scavenger scavenger, ''Diplodocus'' roamed in swamps, and ''Stegosaurus'''s plates should be pointing sideways instead of upright (they probably meant its tail spikes).


Released in 1994 by MECC, ''Museum Madness'' is an EdutainmentGame involving a boy and his robot sidekick working to stop a virus infecting a museum and all of the exhibits. The kid must go from exhibit to exhibit, talking to robotic replicas of famous people, finding broken pieces of technology, and rebalancing the world's ecosystem among other things, until the virus itself is discovered and deleted.
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Released in 1994 for [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] and [[UsefulNotes/MacOS Mac]] by MECC, ''Museum Madness'' is an EdutainmentGame involving a boy and his robot sidekick working to stop a virus infecting a museum and all of the exhibits. exhibits.

The kid must go from exhibit to exhibit, talking to robotic replicas of famous people, finding broken pieces of technology, and rebalancing the world's ecosystem among other things, until the virus itself is discovered and deleted.
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* DoingInTheWizard: The Salem Witch Trials exhibit has you doing this to disprove accusations made against a puritan girl, showing that the "evidence" presented is merely coincidental phenomena like light refraction or manipulation of shadows.


* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s.

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s. Plus, they claimed that ''TyrannosaurusRex'' was more of a scavenger and ''Stegosaurus'''s plates should be pointing sideways instead of upright (they probably meant its tail spikes).




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* ValuesDissonance: The kid hero carries a pocket knife with him at all times. He never uses it for violent purposes, but this is something that would hardly fly today.


* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the museum are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s.

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the museum Hall of Dinosaurs are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s.

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* ArtisticLicensePaleontology: The dinosaurs in the museum are based on outdated restorations from the 1950s.


* ThreateningShark: And what is the best way to bypass such a shark? [[spoiler:Throw a lobster at it, of course!]]

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* ThreateningShark: And what is the best way to bypass such a shark? [[spoiler:Throw a lobster pistol shrimp at it, of course!]]

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* TheAllAmericanBoy: The protagonist.


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* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The game begins and ends with the kid hero walking in hallways using a keycard to open an automatic door.]]


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* KidHero: The protagonist.


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* PixelHunt: If a puzzle stumps you, this is probably the reason.


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* ThreateningShark: And what is the best way to bypass such a shark? [[spoiler:Throw a lobster at it, of course!]]
* TotallyRadical: The player character can be like this some times.


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* ValuesDissonance: The kid hero carries a pocket knife with him at all times. He never uses it for violent purposes, but this is something that would hardly fly today.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:How did MICK get broken into pieces, have those pieces dragged to a locked up room and have a cassette tape with a fake recording left behind him? How could the virus do that, considering that it was shown as only influencing/manipulating programs before that?]]

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* AWinnerIsYou: Squashing the virus rewards you with a bit of dialogue between MICK and your character before kicking you right back to the DOS prompt.


* EasyAmnesia: Apparently it works on androids, too, as robo-GeorgeWashington forgets everything that led to the American Revolution when he falls off his robo-horse. It's up to you to jog his memory.

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* EasyAmnesia: Apparently it works on androids, too, as robo-GeorgeWashington robo-UsefulNotes/GeorgeWashington forgets everything that led to the American Revolution when he falls off his robo-horse. It's up to you to jog his memory.

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