What is the life expectancy of a microwave oven? Is it true that the only real-life person to be made into a PEZ® head was Ronald Reagan? Is Squeaky Fromm a real or fictitious name? Give up? Hey, you better not! The fun's just begun! You've landed in the realm of Screen Play, a visually compelling CD-ROM containing 16 ready-to-use games, each filled to the gill with a ton of mind-bending, hilarious trivia (and some serious stuff) that all comes alive on screen--it's a veritable PowerPoint® party! Try out Screen Play with your group. You can use the games for-- loosening up a group . . . . . . a lighthearted part of your lesson . . . . . . background eye-candy for pre-meeting mingling . . . . . . team competition at camps and retreats . . . --and virtually any other youth ministry occasion that requires pure entertainment. Just load the CD-ROM into a computer that's hooked up to a video projector or TV monitor, then get ready for other question screens such as: What is the most frequently sung song in America? Can a parent in Nebraska be arrested if his child cannot hold back a burp during church? What is the life expectancy of a fruit fly? Is it illegal for a person in Tennessee to lasso a catfish? Brand-new brainteasers, random jokes (that are actually funny), a truckload of bizarre pop-culture trivia, and even some subtle educational info--just what you need to lighten the moment, the event, or even add to your lesson. And the games are already in PowerPoint®, so all you have to do is start the 'slide show,' ad your kids get serious laughter and interaction time. Screen Play is the ideal digital game for groups--and not just for teenagers, either, but for all ages, middle school and older. 486 MHz processor or higher Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT 3.51(service pack 5.x or later) or 4.0 7 MB of hard disk space VGA or higher-resolution video adapter CD-ROM drive Any PowerPC processor-based Mac OS-compatible system (120 MHz minimum) OS 7.5.5 or later 20 MB RAM (32 MB RAM recommended) 9 MB of hard disk space Color monitor/display supporting 256 colors and 640X480 resolution CD-ROM driveFields, Doug is the author of 'Screen Play Sixteen Ready-To-Use Interactive Visual Games to Get Your Students Laughing and Talking' with ISBN 9780310238775 and ISBN 0310238773.