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Around the Corner

As the game was made in '91, it predates the Around the Corner era by two years. Let, we have an image on The Furry Arms Hotel of the around the corner area in the game. Anyone if this was changed from something, or maybe the game came out later than we thought? - Oscarfan 01:24, June 12, 2012 (UTC)

I'd say it's most likely to have been a modification from the original CD-I game, although video footage for these games are remarkably scarce so it's hard to confirm on that. I know that the Numbers CD-ROM game has an animated intro that sends Elmo flying across Around the Corner and on to 123 Sesame Street. Because the quality of the animation for the rest of the game is "downgraded," it leaves me to believe that the intro was not in the original game. -- Jon (talk) 01:46, June 12, 2012 (UTC)

To anyone whom has this game...

Are all of the MP3's of the songs all television versions of the song, or are some album versions as well? Wattamack4 18:44, February 13, 2010 (UTC)Alex

release date

Judging by the dated graphics in this game and the Jim Henson vocals for Ernie where he specifically says things like "click the mouse on this button here" (rather than previously used Ernie dialogue), I'm prone to believe that this was actually released before 1997 in another form. Perhaps on an old Commodore or IBM home computer system. If anyone has any information, this article could certainly benefit. — Scott (talk) 21:45, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

  • I have information. It was released as a CDI game, "A Visit To Sesame Street - Letters" in 1992. In the CDI version, Oscar was the host instead of Telly. A similar game, "A Visit To Sesame Street - Numbers" was released as well. This one was hosted by Elmo and featured Big Bird's Nest, Bert and Ernie's apartment, and The Count's Castle behind the courtyard instead of Snuffy's cave. Jim is featured as Ernie and Kermit: the radio plays (newly written) News Flash sketches inbetween the songs and commercials. It could be possible that the dialogues were recorded in 1990 or so. Man, I wish I had these on CDRom games that worked for Macs. I miss them. -- Jogchem 11:18, 21 November 2006 (UTC)