Occupy Sesame Street, From Your Living Room

If you're like me, you probably sit for hours in your living room looking at your old, dusty games and toys, reliving that great Christmasukkah of 1996 when you unwrapped your very first Tickle Me Elm

With content involving Tags , , , , ,

If you’re like me, you probably sit for hours in your living room looking at your old, dusty games and toys, reliving that great Christmasukkah of 1996 when you unwrapped your very first Tickle Me Elmo. Unfortunately, Elmo’s processor bit the dust and you just have the simple, non-interactive doll sitting on your shelf. Well, it’s time to cancel your Skyrim pre-order, break our your Xbox Kinect (which probably has a layer of dust, too), and get ready for these great Sesame Street, National Geographic, and Disney games.

sesamecoconutscreenshot

You’ll be counting cookies with Cookie Monster in no time. Of course, not too many cookies, since cookies are a “sometimes food” in this post 9/11 world. Now you can get all the virtual Elmo tickles you can handle without having to worry about batteries and getting trampled at the local Wal-Mart


Hopefully it’s better than this garbage for the NES

2 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 102 votes, average: 6.00 out of 10 (You need to be a registered member to rate this post.)
Loading...

About the Contributor


Since 2006

Mark Freedman is a hard hitting reporter on just what the crap is going on in the world of video games.He also writes reviews and manages the staff Q&A column. Occasionally, he has been known to take a shower. zzzz

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *