JumpStart Adventures: 4th Grade - Haunted Island
Windows - 1996
Description of JumpStart Adventures: 4th Grade - Haunted Island
Here is the video game “JumpStart Adventures: 4th Grade - Haunted Island”! Released in 1996 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an adventure and educational game, set in an ecology / nature, geography, history, horror, math / logic, music, reading / writing and science themes.
How to play JumpStart Adventures: 4th Grade - Haunted Island Windows
This ISO image works on Windows 95, Windows 3.1 and Mac.
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A.G. 2021-03-27 0 point
Downloaded the file on this page and Power ISO. Mounted it to the disc drive. The opening screen of the disk pops up. However, when I click 'install" it says "You do not have privlages to access this command." What's that about. How do you install the game?
Liz Gilmore 2021-03-23 -1 point
I am the seventy year old mom of a 28 year old son with cerebral palsy. My son Casey and I adore the Haunted Island game of yore. We lost the disc many moons ago and it costs $60.00 to try to buy one now. I would love for us to be able to play it again, but when I click on the Download button, I cannot tell if anything happens. Please email me at email@example.com and tell me what I am doing wrong. Oh, and please enjoy the coffee. If we can get this download to go through, I'll further treat you to another cuppa. Yours truly, Liz Gilmore (619) 593-0898
Pearlite 2020-10-28 2 points
This download is the "updated" version of this game, which has a number of changes from the original edition.
First, the toolbar at the bottom has added the Witch's Hat icon for level changes (in the original, players had to press Ctrl-L to change levels) and the Map icon. The Map will show you the layout and take you where you want to go. Now, if you manage to walk to where you need to go without using the map, you get a satisfying "ding!" and 50 bonus points each time. Flap's opening monologue has been altered to reflect this.
Card challenges now only require two games to complete. Before, it took three. You won't see the set of poems for the second-of-three parts, but the game length is much shorter and more manageable. You should earn the last key around the same time as you're saving the last kid.
Flap's opening monologue for the Mutant Swamp has been changed to better explain exactly how to play it, seedlings can be planted all at once instead of one at a time, and the water and light features are now clearly labeled. (Big sigh of relief).
The Pirate Ship has increased the point value for each treasure chest, so you only have to find four treasures instead of five. Enemy ships are now red instead of white.
The "INFO" tombstones have been updated: they not only display a fact, but include additional flavor text to link it to the Haunted Island setting.
Finally, in the original version, winning the game would cause the game to end, and the player's name would turn red on the sign-in sheet because that player would be "retired" and would be told not to return to the island. This time, winning the game will return the player outside Ms. Grunkel's house. The retired name will still turn red, but the player can still sign in and play in an extended mode.
There are other minor changes that correct bugs from the earlier versions. All the changes mentioned mainly serve the purpose to make the game easier and far less frustrating and exhausting to play.
Kappi Stargaze 2020-10-04 1 point
Oh, man... I remember this one. This game used to scare the ever loving PANTS off me! From what I can remember, I usually put this game on when I was feeling particularly brave... But as soon as ol' Repsac showed up, I'd be running out of the room screaming to my mom, my grandparents, ANYBODY, to shut the game off for me. I'm a grown ass adult now. I'm downloading this mainly for closure. I don't really think I'll get spooked as bad as back then, but still. It's the principle of the thing. I'm gonna wander that spooky forest one more time, and hunt down the nemesis that spooked my young, naive autistic self. Repsac, I'm coming for YOU!
Stephen Russell 2020-07-27 2 points
hey i downloaded the game and wincdemu and i cant get it to work. i got as far as the jumpstart startup to load, hit install and thats it. any help?
haunted island 2020-02-09 2 points
So i figured out how to make it work!
1. download the jumpstart haunted island game through the download link provided on this page
2. download a virtual cd-rom emulator (WinCDEmu, Daemon Tools...)
3. open the emulator and choose the option to "mount" the haunted island game (it has a blue witch icon and says jumpstart 4th grade CD-ROM)
4. install the game!
note: the emulator I used is free for only a 14 day trial period! they dont require payment info to download but sadly are not free forever.
If someone can recommend a program similar to the daemon one that is free forever please do so!
Hope this helps :)
haunted island 2020-02-09 3 points
how do i get this to work on windows 10? do i need a blank disk and to download an older version of windows? step by step please? thank you!
heretic jelly 2020-01-12 -1 point
update: after downloading power iso open it on the archive that said it was damaged. (the image. rom thing i believe). then extract it on the same folder. then search in support, then windows 32, and then click on the icon of the whitch (the one named 4G) . then it will appear anew window with the jumpstart logo and click on install. and thats all
heretic jelly 2020-01-11 0 point
hi, i downloaded it and says image file is damaged. what do i do?
Farah Diyana 2019-12-29 1 point
I have downloaded the game and install powerISO....whats next? Can anyone share the step by step to get it running?
Appreciate it. Thanks.
Tina 2019-11-20 0 point
Anyone who wants to run this, get PowerISO or another virtual disk mount and open the files. It works!
Pearlite 2019-11-16 -1 point
I successfully installed this game with a virtual disk mount, but I am using a Windows 7 computer.
I've been playing this spooky game for so long it's no longer a challenge. At least once I've beaten it in a single day. Although horror-themed, this game is like one of those haunted houses. It's dark, filled with monsters and scary sounds and it gives the player lots of threats, but since it's an educational title there's really nothing in it that can harm the player.
Even so, while the game itself has become easy, it's become ingrained somewhere in my subconscious. Every once in a while Grunkel returns to haunt my nightmares. She usually brings an unfair or impossible test with her as if to remind me that I shouldn't take too much pride in thinking I know everything. Now that's frightening.
G 2019-10-27 2 points
Hi, has anyone successfully installed this? Just want to confirm if I am doing this correctly. I tried to mount the disk image file from Windows 10 and it says 'file is corrupted'.
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