Create your own Simpsons episode
The games introduction and user interface, characters can be added from the main Simpsons roster. First the cartoon background is selected which are taken from the show. Props, characters and special effects are later added which can include music or speech quotes.
Whilst the program is easy to learn and pick up, the challenge is trying to get all the animations to line up with each other, since each character animations are set in pre-defined sequenced like a walking, jumping and running being separate set animations. If you wish to chain multiple animations together, care must be taken to ensure this is seamless since its possible for animations sequences to be placed freely in the frame, the previous animations might end on a different position to when the new frame starts resulting in jerky appearance. Custom animations cannot be made, you are limited to what the game has shipped with and for the additional Simpsons characters there are a limited amount.
The only real good use of the game is to make screenshots, getting good animation is a pain to do.
Changing the background image of the frame from the predefined section
Marge gets fed up with Krusty showing violent cartoons and takes matters into her own hands
Homer and Ned decide to have a race at the power plant
Principal Skinner, concerned with Bart’s grade tries to talk to Homer and Marge
Installing the game which uses a 16bit installer which means it won’t install under a 64bit operating system, but will work finer if you manually copy the files over. Something crashed towards the end with a device read error. This didn’t seem to impact the game in any way as it still ran just fine.
There was also a Mac OS release which runs on the classic Mac OS