So how did it all begin?

11th May 2001 at 01:00
Superb! Apparently this is still under development but you wouldn't think so. The aim is to look at the answers that each culture has for the question: how did it all begin? The stories of creation from around the worldare told with Flash movies and are as good as anything you will get on CD-Rom. The only snag is that you need a good connection as some of the graphics take time to load.

www.bigmyth.com

Jack Kenny


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