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While watering his garden in Wordville, Sam the Lion wishes for rain. Just then, something falls out of the sky and hits him on the head. Instead of raining raindrops, the sky is raining raingear! So Sam the Lion and Reader Rabbit climb into their fabulous Dreamship and soar up into the sky. They follow the path of falling raingear to Cloud Nine, where they meet Queen Cumulus, queen of the Cloud People.
Queen Cumulus explains that a steady stream of raingear is being thrown onto Cloud Nine. The raingear has formed a pile so tall that it is starting to topple over - causing raingear to fall down onto Wordville. The queen thinks the raingear is coming from a funny island below Cloud Nine. So Reader Rabbit and Sam the Lion zoom to the island in the Dreamship to check it out.
Reader Rabbit and Sam the Lion discover that the island is full of strange trees that grow raingear. The island is called Raingear Island, and it's the home of Irvin the Inventor. Irvin hates rain, so he invented a machine that throws raingear at the clouds to make them go away. But when Irvin hears how much trouble the raingear is causing, he agrees to turn off his machine.
There's just one problem. To turn off his machine, Irvin needs three things - a big, round, purple hoop; a bag of extra-stretchy, jumbo rubber bands; and an extra-soft, double-stuffed feather pillow. But he doesn't have any of the three.
Can you help Reader Rabbit and Sam the Lion explore Cloud Nine and Raingear Island in search of the things that Irvin needs? If you find the three items and bring them back to Irvin, he will turn off his machine and stop the avalanche of raingear. But don't delay - the pile of raingear is getting bigger by the minute. If you wait too long, it might topple over and bury Wordville!
The game is presented in a colorful cartoon style with short videos, full voice acting, and sing-along songs designed to engage young children while still teaching basic skills. Players will be able to adjust the difficulty level of all mini-games independently which can add hours of replay value.