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Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet

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Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Humongous Entertainment
GT Interactive
Runecraft
Adventure
Microsoft Windows: Pentium 90 or better, 16MB Free Space and 4X CD-ROM. Macintosh: 80MHz PowerPCtm, 16MB Ram and 4X CD-ROM.
Windows NT and Apple Macintosh
Retail Features
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Ratings
This title has been rated A by CEROThis title has been rated E by the ESRBThis title has been rated 3+ by PEGI
Technical Information
SCUMM
Main Credits
Infogrames
United Nations International Release Date(s)
2001
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Pajama Sam 3: You Are What You Eat From Your Head To Your Feet is an adventure game produced by Humongous Entertainment for the Microsoft Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Originally released as a Junior Adventure for children ages 3–8, the aim of this game is to get the 5 missing delegates for the meeting to declare happiness between the 6 food groups, with the intent of teaching children about healthy eating. Whenever a player starts the game, the layout is randomized.

In 2001, this game was released on PlayStation.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Just before dinner, Sam is whisked away by his Choc Amok cookies to the fats and sweets party in Mop Top Island. After devouring the huge piece of cake in front of the doorway, Sam decides to finally leave the party saying he doesn't wanna spoil his dinner. The fats and sweets are immediately offended and all agree to throw him in jail. The "healthy boy" must then stay there until his trial set for next month. Sam doesn't have that kind of time since he still must be back in time for dinner. While in the candy-cane prison, Pajama Sam meets Florette who is a broccoli wearing a straw hat. She explains to him why she was locked up and how she needs to make it back in time for the peace delegates conference. (one member of each food group chosen to represent themselves so there will be no war) With his clever wit, Sam is able to free Florette and himself from the sweet's prison. Shortly after escaping, Sam and Florette nearly run into sweet troops. Florette thanks Sam with a kiss and runs back to the food pyramid for the emergency conference. While waiting for the sweet troops to depart, Sam follows Florette to the food pyramid (because that's the only way to go), a huge building. Once Sam enters, he spots his familiar friend Carrot. (from Pajama Sam 1) Carrot explains to Sam that General Beatfoot will declare war unless the conference goes on. Unfortunately, 4 other delegates are missing. Sam needs to locate these other delegates and get them out of trouble (dancing with soda cans, getting stuck on a ledge, being locked in a prize booth, etc.) before the General notices they are missing and declares war. Depending on the game path, Granny Smythe will either be stuck in a caramel pit, or stuck in the middle of a soda can dance. Sam must act quickly in order to rescue the old apple from these ordeals. Chuck Cheddar might be stuck on a ledge or trapped in his hot air balloon. Either way, Sam must either think of a way to cause an avalanche, or figure how many pounds of sand are needed to weigh his balloon down so he can float back to safety. Bean 47 is either mixed up with the other beans or he may be trapped high on a machine part because the other beans are on strike. As for Pierre La Pain, he may be locked in a prizebooth or he may be stuck on top a Ferris wheel. In both cases, Sam must get the ripped, athletic muffins to get on with their exercising at Muscle Beach which controls the Ferris wheel. After all the delegates are rescued, Sam teaches them an important lesson about working together, and about how no food group is better. He tells Pierre and Chuck that you need both cheese and bread in order to make a cheese sandwich which is his favorite food. The game concludes by Florette asking Sam if he can stay to make future plans or if he needs to get home for dinner. Sam completely forgot about dinner! As for the first 2 games Pajama Sam was voiced by Pamela Segall.

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