You know... at the hippocampus.
A game I played in my childhood on my school computers around 2007. It was an educational point and click game that taught children not to be badly raised or to do bad things. The protagonist was a green being with a blond tuft that in my opinion looks like a small hippopotamus (as in the image I put up made by a friend, it is the best representation we have of this green being). Basically, all you had to do was make the right decisions that a child must know to advance the game, like refusing to ride with strangers, not getting on the elevator alone, not getting out of your room through the window (yes, all of that is inside the game). When you did a lot of bad deeds, it would take you to the game over screen, which was a 3D animation of him looking at an old computer monitor lit up in his totally dark room while a female voice was talking to him (I think that voice appeared over time in the game, advising you what to do next). Unfortunately, that's all I remember. Below I have more details a little loose and random, but I think it is worth mentioning them because they are things that I remember:
-The car you can't get in was red;
-There are several environments in the game, such as the green room, a type of building where you take the elevator and a beach;
-The icon of the game was the face of the green being.
-The image: https://imgur.com/hyzOzCs
So, if someone can remember this thing, what was the name of this game?
Salami can’t be a hippopotamus, as the Fandom site says, given his lack of ears and his snout that’s too long (especially considering how hippos look in Nairobi with the watchers club)
He’s probably not an alligator, given how gators are depicted in the New Orleans.
I submit that Salami is a crocodile.