Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

The Sesame Street Crayon: Opposites Attract

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Description

This computer coloring book is another part in the Electric Crayon series and it has 30 pictures of different opposites such as Above/Below, Enter/Exit, Short/Long, etc., with famous characters from Sesame Street to color.

Pictures could be colored from a palette of 16 colors. A mix button would "mix" the current color with the 15 other colors and give a total of 256 colors. Choosing a color and clicking in the picture do a color fill in the area clicked. The finished, or in progress, coloring was automatically saved to disk. Player may also remove all colors applied previously to start coloring from the very beginning.

Pictures could be printed with or without a monthly calendar, description, or message.

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The Sesame Street Crayon: Opposites Attract DOS Full/Empty is not colored (EGA 16)
The Sesame Street Crayon: Opposites Attract DOS Summer/Winter is colored (EGA 16)
The Sesame Street Crayon: Opposites Attract DOS Young/Old is colored (MCGA 256)
The Sesame Street Crayon: Opposites Attract Commodore 64 Much/Little was not colored yet...

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