Friday, April 24, 2009

(Dia-game) Pack and Marlon

Released in 1995 on SNES, game cost 69.95

geared towards children with type 1, produced by the same people who did Cap. Novolin

Packy & Marlon is supported by Roche Diagnostics, makers of Accu-Chek(tm) products.

RODENTS have raided camp Camp Wakee, and these two cute elephants must gather all there scattered supplies and fend off the rats

fight gorillas, punching kangaroos, octopus, blowfish, a ghost and his little ghosts, and then beat the king rat (no idea how it ends, couldn't find much info)

logbooks,carb exchanges, multiple shots, and bgs carrying over each level! oh my

smash the rats, spit peanuts and water at them, collect food to keep sugar good, stay away from bad food, and for gods sake don't eat bad food because you'll pass out and die like cap novolin. {{game over}}

similar to Cap Novolin, you have to check your sugar, draw up your insulin, answer questions about diabetes from the owl and read facts

What I like.. This game saves lives because there was a 77 percent reduction in unscheduled urgent care visits for kids in a six month placebo controlled clinical trial AND 31 children played the game for 34 hours in the six month trial which was the same as the 28 patients who played the placebo video game. I didn't know placebos saved so many...question is which game was more fun the placebo or the real game.

Honestly the elephants are cute, they flap their ears like dumbo to fly, the controls are easier, the graphics are better

What i don't like the usual unfun educational gameplay. But this game was kinda cute, i dare say. Way better then Cap Novolin

articles and such:
alot of bad reviews on the game\

18 grueling levels ugh

Clickhealth site doesn't work

dying of lung cancer ? play SNES Rex Ronan

have asthma? play Bronkie the Bronchiasaurus only avaliable by prescription

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