By Kipp Cheng
Updated November 01, 1996 at 05:00 AM EST

In the ethnically diverse adventure game The Pink Panther’s Passport to Peril, the still-sleuthing fuchsia feline must protect an international gaggle of children at a summer camp from an assortment of baddies, leading to a series of nutball escapades. Players pick up clues — and learn about other cultures — with the pink cat while sniffing out spies who threaten world peace. The humor is strictly borscht belt, and the narrative somewhat convoluted, but the bright, lively animation is a delight, making this a Passport to fun. B+