Tuneland – Full Playthrough

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Full playthrough of Tuneland, a musical children’s computer game. This computer game follows Little Howie, an anthropomorphic yellow bear, on an adventure around Old McDonald’s Farm.
Little Howie was voiced by television personality Howie Mandel.

This particular version that I own came on a duel CD along with Ecco the Dolphin. This CD was packaged with my first Packard Bell PC from 1997.
Played on Windows 98 SE running in Microsoft Virtual PC. Recorded in Camtasia Studio 8.
(Originally uploaded on my old channel back in 2012)

Release: 1994

Developed by: 7th Level
Published by: Packard Bell (my version)

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41 COMMENTS

  1. Im playing on virtualbox on my dad's Mac os tomorrow if you don't know how to get Windows 98 on virtualbox Here's the link! https://youtu.be/jRAQabqyQXQ

  2. To get this and Lil Howie's fun house im getting VirtualBox on my dad's Mac tomorrow and if you want the tutorial here's the link!
    https://youtu.be/Crgmp23N8no

  3. Wow, I can’t believe I found this, I’m literally an internet baby, my first experience with internet and computers was in kindergarten, the OS was Windows ‘95,….I. was in deep tonight abt 90’s-00’s internet nostalgia, and thought abt the CD’s that came with our Compaq computer in ‘96, this was one of them.

  4. Thank you for posting this omg! I have been trying to remember this game for years!! My grandpa bought our first computer and showed us this game. Brings back so many memories!

  5. 41:14 my favorite thing in the game. I like the music when the planet Saturn shows up. Everytime I see Saturn in the sky at night I think of that music.

  6. Whoa! I have been wondering if I imagined this game. I couldn't remember anything substantial from it, since I was maaayybbe three years old when it came out.
    That opening sequence and Howie's voice. I remember him throwing his hat, but would not have been able to tell you even that before watching the video.
    I probably spent hours playing this game, particularly replaying that introduction. The memories are very warm, if that makes sense. My toddler self must have loved it.
    Thank you!

  7. My family used to have this on our old Packard Bell Computer. I remember my parents used to play it for my sister who was 6 at the time (she's 30 now and is married) and for my little niece who was just a toddler (she's all grown up now). Back then it used to annoy me every time my parents played it for the kids. But then again I was a teenager back then and was going through some difficult times. Looking back on it now, I have to admit it's cute and maybe I was a little too harsh on it when I was a teenager. Nevertheless, it'll never be as popular as Sesame Street. But that's just my opinion.

  8. I can't watch this I keep crying. I was 1 or 2 shen my great aunt showed me this on that really old computer

  9. I was beginning to wonder whether I'd just hallucinated this game. But, nope! It's real. Thanks for uploading

  10. This is stupid levels of cute. It's a shame that so few people will appreciate this these days.
    Thanks so much for uploading. I had honestly never heard of it though I am in the right group.

  11. I remember played this game at school in elementary school as a child it's called tuneland now I'm 30 now

  12. I'm having a nostalgia trip. I used to play this when I was 5 or so on our family's first computer. Played it and played it until I snapped the disc in half. I thought it would just bend! Boy was I disappointed in myself.

  13. I should be laughing not crying! My dear grandpa showed my cousins and I this when we were younger. I never lived close to them, so we would bond over this when we got to see them. Sadly, my grandpa passed away so this brings back many memories! Thank you!!!

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