Sesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure (Nintendo 64, 1999)
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About this product
- Product InformationSesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure is an educational 3D action adventure designed to help children ages three to six with letter recognition and basic spelling skills. This game is brought to you by Children's Television Workshop, the same company responsible for the PBS television series Sesame Street, Realtime Associates, Inc. and published by NewKidCo, LLC.
Along with the near simultaneous release of Sesame Street: Elmo's Number Journey, also for the Nintendo 64, this game represents one of the first appearances of the Sesame Street characters on the 64-bit Nintendo platform.
In Sesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure you assume the role of the cuddly red Muppet Elmo as you journey and explore three different fantasy worlds: Big Bird's Farm, Grover in Outer Space and Ernie's Underwater World. You begin your adventure on Sesame Street, where you'll meet many of the other Sesame Street characters who need your help searching for letters and playing games.
Each of the three fantasy worlds you will travel to consists of two different game environments and a bonus world. Once you have acquired the correct number of letters required to pass through each fantasy world, you will be instantly transported to the bonus world, where you will be challenged to solve word puzzles.
Throughout the game you will receive verbal instruction from Sesame Street characters as well as the guidance of a special on-screen controller that will appear when needed to prompt you on how to use it correctly.
Sesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure does not rely on cartridge memory and does not use a Controller Pak to save data. The game's three levels of difficulty (Easy, Medium and Hard) can be accessed and changed at any time while playing.
- PublisherNewKidCo LLC
- GameSesame Street: Elmo's Letter Adventure
- PlatformNintendo 64
- ESRB RatingEC - Early Childhood
- ESRB DescriptorEdutainment
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year1999
- Game Special Features
- Help Elmo collect letters in six adventures
- Visit a farm, outer space, and an underwater world
- Features cameos from Big Bird, Ernie, and Grover
- Help Elmo collect letters in six adventures
Most relevant reviews
- penguin1323Aug 01, 2012by
A great game to help with letter recognition while having fun
This game was purchased for my two and three year old who get upset because they can not play games that my seven year old plays. They enjoy playing this game, seeing elmo swimming under water, flying in space, and walking in an orchard. They still have trouble moving around using the joystick or directional pad, but with help they like to gather the letters using the "blue" A button. The game play is very simple. There are three different adventures to choose, under water, space or an orchard. This game gives them great exposure to the different letters and what they look like in a fun way, and with characters that they love. I would recomend this to anyone who has little ones that they want to teach while they are having fun.
- 16rattyrodJun 28, 2016by
OK for my 1 year old
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Used
- tltshayDec 26, 2009by
Poor excuse for a game
This is a very boring game. My 3 year old was interested in it for about 5 minutes and I agree with him. There are a few changes of scenery when you choose to interact with different Sesame Street characters. The game consists of traveling by several different methods around a maze VERY SLOWLY to find a specified letter. (snore) After 2 long boring rounds of that, there is a game to complete a word by correctly filling in the blank which was slightly more interesting. My 3 year old loves Sesame Street, but he's never been bored like this.
- 1040830246@dele...Aug 14, 2012by
Great game for your preschooler.
My son, who is 3, loves this game! Great for little ones. :) I wanted to get my son started playing video games, so one day he would be able to join his dad and I! This game is really helping my son to develop his hand-eye coordination.
- scooter447788Aug 14, 2008by
great for children 5 and under
the game is great for kids 5 and under but it can be very easy for children older than that. it is great for kids just learning their letters.