It might not be a game at all - I'd call it that now, but might not have done then. It was instead an interactive scene designed to entertain children. I think there were different scenes. I think one had a landscape with a road, and fields, and trees, and characters. I think it was colourful and cartoon-y. I think there was a dog with a round, colourful nose. And then you would click on items on the scene and they would react in some way. I've been reminded of it recently because I've just played Burly Men At Sea.
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