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DescriptionSesame Street's Count von Count stars in this educational game where the point is to learn how to identify numbers. You can choose to either hop or run across the levels trying to collect as many examples of the number of the day required for that particular level. The number of the day is selected randomly by a spinning number wheel. The only way to lose in the game is to touch the incorrect numbers (numbers other than the one you are required to find) which will drain your life bar. There are also two bonus levels that involve using counting and addition/subtraction skills.
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|Just Games Retro||Jan 17, 2009||82 out of 100||82|
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MusicThe composer for the game, Russell Ginns, wrote lyrics for the game's music while he was composing the MIDIs in Master Tracks Pro for MS-DOS. The lyrics are about a hostage crisis and can be found here.
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Alaka (29923) added Sesame Street Countdown (NES) on Apr 05, 2008
Jerry Nelson (as The Count)Program, Content by:
Children's Television WorkshopDesign, Programming and Digital Speech by:
RSP Inc.Licensed by:
Nintendo of America Inc.Sesame Street Puppet Characters by:
Jim Henson Productions Inc.Sesame Street by:
Children's Television WorkshopPresented by:
Hi‑Tech ExpressionsDesigned By:
Seth Meyers (Children's Television Workshop), Glenda Revelle (Children's Television Workshop), Billy Pidgeon (Hi Tech Expressions), Joan Ziegler (Hi Tech Expressions), Michael J. Riedel (RSP Inc.)Programmed By:
Juan Sanchez (RSP Inc.)Music By:
Erik Strommen (Children's Television Workshop)