A screenshot that appeared in Popular Mechanics.

Mix and Match is a Sesame Street video game produced by the Children's Computer Workshop for the Apple operating system and Atari in 1982. In the game, players can mix and match the body parts of Sesame Street characters. It retailed for $50.[1]

The game was produced by a new division of the Children's Television Workshop, the Children's Computer Workshop (CCW). It was designed and created by David Fox (later to become one of Lucasfilm Games' founding members) of the Marin Computer Center.[2]

See also


  1. "Muppet madness", Popular Mechanics, May 1983.
  2. "David Fox (game designer)", Wikipedia.
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