Undersea Adventure is an educational software program developed by Knowledge Adventure, released in 1994 and included along with IBM Aptiva PCs. It came packaged with a pair of 3D glasses. It was also bundled released with Space Adventure, Imax's Speed and Knowledge Adventure Demo of the adventure games with a Packard Bell Windows 3.1/MS-DOS 6.22. The software functions as an interactive encyclopedia featuring information on a wide variety of different oceans and its species, as well as a brief biography of explorer Jacques Cousteau. The program's main attraction is the Undersea Reference, an extensive underwater-themed encyclopedia featuring images and passages from the Random House Atlas of the Oceans by Mitchell Beazley and National Geographic among others.
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