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Grover is cool. He serves the customers at Sesame Street's Counting Cafe, just like on the TV show. It does get repetitive. See all your favorite Sesame Street characters, like Ernie, Bert and Cookie Monster - they're in there doing stuff like juggling eggs and getting in your way.
In conclusion, this game is yet another typical Sega Club game: A licensing cash-in designed to sucker people in with its television characters and end up disappointing in the gameplay department. This game is not recommended for anyone over the age of about six, but for those of you trying to get your young children to play Genesis, I would highly recommend this game. They're bound to get a kick out of the Sesame Street themes and it will help them learn to count. The game sets out what it's meant to do, but that's it. It strictly caters to its extremely young audience, and doesn't do anything spectacular, even in that category.