OverviewCreative Wonders began in 1994 as the EA*Kids division of Electronic Arts Inc. The division published the software versions of children's television shows such as Sesame Street.
Electronic Arts Inc. and ABC Inc. formed a joint venture in 1995, essentially co-owning the division. ABC renamed it Creative Wonders and it was located in Redwood City, California.
In December 1997 all of the company was acquired by The Learning Company Inc.
|Arthur's Thinking Games||(1999)|
|Sesame Street Elmo's Preschool||(1997)|
|Sesame Street: Get Set To Learn||(1996)|
|Madeline's Rainy Day Activities||(1996)|
|Sesame Street: Let's Make a Word!||(1995)|
|Sesame Street: Numbers||(1995)|
TriviaCreative Wonders animated their logo. This can be seen on certain games (Schoolhouse Rock, specifically). Their games are off the shelves but can be purchased on Amazon and eBay for reasonable prices. In 1998, The Learning Company purchased Creative Wonders. In 1999, it was completely dissolved.
Related Web Sites
- Creative Wonders - Wikipedia (article about the company in the open encyclopedia)