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What's your recommendation for Elmo's Number Journey?
Buy and play! 2 (40%)
Buy only 1 (20%)
Play only 0 (0%)
Safely ignore 2 (40%)
Total Votes: 5
Elmo's Number Journey; Childhood Development
Topic Started: Jan 17 2015, 12:20 PM (650 Views)
No64DD
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Posted ImageBack on Holiday 1996, the HOTTEST #1 items were the N64, and Tickle Me Elmoô; it's only natural the 2 should meet 3 years later!
NewKidCo gets you to Sesame Street with cute graphics, interactive characters, and numerous puzzles.
To help Elmo, count from ten, relax, and remember- it taught children how video games worked, for better or worse...

Elmo like
6 and 4!

SCORE: 5/10




Edited by No64DD, Feb 21 2016, 10:53 PM.
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Vinyl
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This is not just a Review, this is an art! and a good one!
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LivingGhandi
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SOMEONE had to review it ;)
Consoles: 14/16 (6 CIB)
Controllers: 24/30 (10 CIB)
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1985gamer
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Completed it mate.
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MymeeN64
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This is a good one to throw on for the kids :)
"Mom, can I play pretendo?" -Nathan, age 4 :wub:

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Beaten this one twice. Never played Letter Adventure though, I heard it ups the mature themes a bit.
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Milage007
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I am actually interested in adding the two Elmo games into my collection both for collectibility and to give them a blast. Hopefully get one of you awesome lot from the States to help me with scoring them.
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