Description: CrashBangWallop was first developed way back in 1999 by Robert Grace.
Originally, CrashBangWallop was created for his niece, Rebecca. Rebecca wanted a program that she could safely use just like the grown-ups.
Version one of CrashBangWallop consisted of little more than a smiley face which changed colours when keys were pressed.
Version two came along with the arrival of Robert\'s first nephew, Sean; the game was re-written, and sound effects were added for extra excitement.
Version three saw the addition of letter-based pictures - for example, if the user pressed the A key, they were rewarded with a picture of an apple. Each picture was accompanied by its own sound effect.
Version four is the latest incarnation of CrashBangWallop!
This time around, there are two stages:
Stage I is aimed at the youngest users, and safely protects the computer to provide a fun and interactive environment for babies of any age. Babies are rewarded with fun and colourful animations when pressing any key on the keyboard. All windows and system keys are disabled, ensuring that babies stay within the application, and your files are safe!
Stage II kicks it up a level - each key press rewards the user with an image corresponding to the letter pressed. The letter is spoken aloud, and spelled out across the bottom of the screen. Users who can control a mouse can move over the letters to hear them. Clicking the image rewards the user with the full word being spoken aloud.
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