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* ReplayValue: Depending on your actions in certain parts of the game, you'll encounter different scenarios and characters that are completely unique to each playthrough. It makes sense because the game sells itself as an interactive cartoon.

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* ReplayValue: Depending on your actions in certain various parts of the game, you'll encounter different scenarios and characters that are completely unique to each playthrough. It makes sense because the game sells itself as an interactive cartoon.cartoon.
* StoryBranching: There are multiple branches based on picking different paths or whenever a gameplay section can end in success or failure. These differing paths can result in major changes to the plot, most notably where the protagonists' grandfather is located and which characters they run into.


The game can be played for free on [[https://archive.org/details/msdos_SpaceKids_1996 archive.org]]. NeedsWikiMagicLove.

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The game can be played for free on [[https://archive.org/details/msdos_SpaceKids_1996 archive.org]]. NeedsWikiMagicLove.


* LivingShip: Deedle, Zeet and their grandfather have their own living spacecrafts.



* ReplayValue: Depending on your actions in certain parts of the game, you'll encounter different scenarios and characters that are completely unique to each playthough. It makes sense because the game sells itself as an interactive cartoon.

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* ReplayValue: Depending on your actions in certain parts of the game, you'll encounter different scenarios and characters that are completely unique to each playthough. playthrough. It makes sense because the game sells itself as an interactive cartoon.cartoon.
* TheManInTheMoon: Where Deedle, Zeet and their grandfather live.


* FloatingLimbs: Every character either has floating disconnected limbs or no limbs at all.



* RaymanianLimbs: Every character either has floating disconnected limbs or no limbs at all.


** It also shows some of the names of the characters, but the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]] list them all.

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** It also shows some of the names of the characters, but the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]] list lists them all.


** The names of the characters are also revealed, including the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]]. The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is Grunge, the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is Elmo [[Series/SesameStreet (not to be confused with that other Elmo)]], the pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.

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** The It also shows some of the names of the characters are also revealed, including characters, but the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]]. The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is Grunge, the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is Elmo [[Series/SesameStreet (not to be confused with that other Elmo)]], the pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.website]] list them all.


** The names of the characters are also revealed, including the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]]. The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is Grunge, the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is Elmo [[Series/SesameStreet (not to be confused with the other Elmo)]], the pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.

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** The names of the characters are also revealed, including the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]]. The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is Grunge, the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is Elmo [[Series/SesameStreet (not to be confused with the that other Elmo)]], the pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.


** The names of some of the characters are also revealed: The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is Grunge, the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is Ernie, and the giant pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.

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** The names of some of the characters are also revealed: revealed, including the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20021204232447/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/cast.htm official website]]. The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is Grunge, the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is Ernie, and Elmo [[Series/SesameStreet (not to be confused with the giant other Elmo)]], the pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.


** The names of some of the characters are also revealed: The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is named Grunge, and the pink elephant from the start is named Ernie.

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** The names of some of the characters are also revealed: The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is named Grunge, and the knife pirate that can do the same is Balboa. The pink elephant from the start is named Ernie.Ernie, and the giant pencil is Oliver, and the giant cat is Spike.



* MegaNeko: One of the many dangers Zeedle and Deet can come across is a giant black cat whose body is mostly obscured by shadow.

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* MegaNeko: One of the many dangers Zeedle and Deet can come across is Spike, a giant black cat whose body is mostly obscured by shadow.



* PardonMyKlingon: "Doodle Dip!"

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* PardonMyKlingon: "Doodle Dip!"Dip! Scoodles!"



* VisualPun: The house is a dog-house.

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* ReplayValue: Depending on your actions in certain parts of the game, you'll encounter different scenarios and characters that are completely unique to each playthough. It makes sense because the game sells itself as an interactive cartoon.
* VisualPun: The house is looks like a dog in which Deedle and Zeet go inside? It's a dog-house.


''[=SpaceKids=]'' is an interactive cartoon for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows MS-DOS]] developed by Evryware Software and published by [=MicroProse=] in 1994. The has a relatively simple control scheme: When input is required from the player, an icon will appear in the corner of the screen with arrows surrounding it. What the arrows do and which arrows can be used vary from screen to screen, and more often than not different arrows will take the story in different directions.

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''[=SpaceKids=]'' is an interactive cartoon for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows MS-DOS]] developed by Evryware Software and published by [=MicroProse=] in 1994. The It has a relatively simple control scheme: When input is required from the player, an icon will appear in the corner of the screen with arrows surrounding it. What the arrows do and which arrows can be used vary from screen to screen, and more often than not different arrows will take the story in different directions.


''Space Kids'' (stylized as ''[=SpaceKids=]'') is an interactive cartoon for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows MS-DOS]] developed by Evryware Software and published by [=MicroProse=] in 1994. The game's plot, according to [=MobyGames=], is as follows:

-->''The Grandpa of Zeedle and Deet is a great explorer, but he hasn't returned to the Moon from his latest destination: the Earth! His grand-children take it upon themselves to follow his trail and rescue him from whatever terrestrial menace has detained him, after interacting with an extensive array of whimsical, surreal characters.''

The game's controls are simple: When input is required from the player, an icon will appear in the corner of the screen with arrows surrounding it. What the arrows do and which arrows can be used vary from screen to screen, and more often than not different arrows will take the story in different directions.

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''Space Kids'' (stylized as ''[=SpaceKids=]'') -->''A Children's computer game for the whole family! [=SpaceKids=] is Children's Software about Zeedle and Deet who live on the moon with their grandfather, a famous space explorer. When Grandpa doesn't return from an expedition to Earth, the [=SpaceKids=] go looking for him. Their journey takes them to a surreal, dreamlike world of adventure and excitement.''
--->'''Excerpt from the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20051231182715/http://www.evryware.com/spacekids/ official game website]]'''

''[=SpaceKids=]''
is an interactive cartoon for the [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows MS-DOS]] developed by Evryware Software and published by [=MicroProse=] in 1994. The game's plot, according to [=MobyGames=], is as follows:

-->''The Grandpa of Zeedle and Deet is a great explorer, but he hasn't returned to the Moon from his latest destination: the Earth! His grand-children take it upon themselves to follow his trail and rescue him from whatever terrestrial menace
has detained him, after interacting with an extensive array of whimsical, surreal characters.''

The game's controls are simple:
a relatively simple control scheme: When input is required from the player, an icon will appear in the corner of the screen with arrows surrounding it. What the arrows do and which arrows can be used vary from screen to screen, and more often than not different arrows will take the story in different directions.


[[caption-width-right:317:Zeet is the pink one, Deedle is the blue one.]]

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[[caption-width-right:317:Zeet [[caption-width-right:317:Deet is the pink one, Deedle Zeedle is the blue one.]]



-->''The Grandpa of Zeet and Deedle is a great explorer, but he hasn't returned to the Moon from his latest destination: the Earth! His grand-children take it upon themselves to follow his trail and rescue him from whatever terrestrial menace has detained him, after interacting with an extensive array of whimsical, surreal characters.''

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-->''The Grandpa of Zeet Zeedle and Deedle Deet is a great explorer, but he hasn't returned to the Moon from his latest destination: the Earth! His grand-children take it upon themselves to follow his trail and rescue him from whatever terrestrial menace has detained him, after interacting with an extensive array of whimsical, surreal characters.''



* DistressedDude: Zeet and Deedle's grandpa, though the cause of his distress varies depending on your choices.

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* DistressedDude: Zeet Zeedle and Deedle's Deet's grandpa, though the cause of his distress varies depending on your choices.



* FlyingSaucer: Zeet and Deedle arrive in one, and in some versions of the story, find the one their grandpa crash-landed in.

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* FlyingSaucer: Zeet Zeedle and Deedle Deet's arrive in one, and in some versions of the story, find the one their grandpa crash-landed in.



* MegaNeko: One of the many dangers Deedle and Zeet can come across is a giant black cat whose body is mostly obscured by shadow.

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* MegaNeko: One of the many dangers Deedle Zeedle and Zeet Deet can come across is a giant black cat whose body is mostly obscured by shadow.


** The names of some of the characters are also revealed: The red creature with a mohawk that can capture the kids is named Grunge, and the pink elephant from the start is named Ernie.



* DooWopChordProgression: The intro theme.

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* DooWopChordProgression: DooWopProgression: The intro theme.


* AnimateInanimateObject: Knives, pencils, cotton swabs, musical instruments, music notes, shoes, cannons, the list goes on.

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* AnimateInanimateObject: Knives, pencils, cotton swabs, musical instruments, music notes, shoes, cannons, This game would give ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' a run for its money. There's also a noticeable distinction between characters that just happen to be objects (like the list pencil and the knife-pirate) and objects that just happen to have faces (like the flying saucers). Special mention goes on.to the house the whole game takes place in, which has a giant dog's head but also an anthropomorphized window.
* DerangedAnimation: Of the early-CGI variety.


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* DooWopChordProgression: The intro theme.
* FlyingSaucer: Zeet and Deedle arrive in one, and in some versions of the story, find the one their grandpa crash-landed in.
* GravityIsAHarshMistress: If you successfully push the knife-pirate off the mast, you'll get treated to an absurdly drawn-out version of the classic cartoon "doesn't fall until he notices" gag.


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* VisualPun: The house is a dog-house.

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