Talking Blocks is a freeware educational simulation/game based on
traditional wooden alphabet blocks. Players use the mouse to move the
talking blocks around on the screen and spell words.
The intended users are first-grade students who are learning to spell.
The learning prerequisites are computer mouse skills, the ability to
recognize the letters of the alphabet, and a basic knowledge of spoken
Talking Blocks requires a Macintosh with Apple Speech Manager software
installed and screen display set to 800 x 600. It was developed in
Macromedia Director 5.0. Source code included.