FAQ/Walkthrough by djg40

Version: 2.00 | Updated: 01/02/15 | Printable Version

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=                            Sesame Street A-B-C                              =
=                       Nintendo Entertainment System                         =
=                      FAQ/Walkthrough by Daniel Gordon                       =
=                                Version 2.00                                 =
=               E-mail: [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com]                =
=       This FAQ/Walkthrough is copyright (c) Daniel Gordon, 2003-2015        =
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=                             Table of Contents                               =
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   Section 00.........................The Find Feature
   Section 01.........................Legal Disclaimer
   Section 02.........................Version History
   Section 03.........................Controls
   Section 04.........................Walkthrough
      Section 04.01...................Letter Go Round
      Section 04.02...................Ernie's Big Splash
   Section 05.........................Closing Statement
   Section 06.........................Previous Revisions
   Section 07.........................Special Thanks and Credits


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=                       Section 00 -- The Find Feature                        =
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   This guide is now equipped with a Find Feature. Whenever you want to find
   something specific within this guide, use the mouse to highlight the
   corresponding text in the Table of Contents. Next, press both the Control
   key and the "C" key on your keyboard. After the text has been highlighted,
   press both the Control key and the "F" key on your keyboard. This will
   bring up the Find Menu. Now, press the Control key and the "V" key on your
   keyboard. This will take the highlighted text from the document and put it
   in the "Find what:" text box on the Find Menu. Finally, press the Enter key
   on your keyboard. These five simple steps will take you anywhere you want to
   go within the document. I hope that makes navigating this guide a little
   easier.


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=                       Section 01 -- Legal Disclaimer                        =
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   This guide is copyright Daniel Gordon, 2003-2015, all rights reserved.
   This guide is protected under International Copyright Law, and may not be
   reproduced in any way, shape, or form in newspapers, magazines, or anywhere
   on the World Wide Web without prior written consent from Daniel Gordon
   (djg40). In order to receive consent, the applicant must send an email to:

                    [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com]

   If no reply is sent, no consent is given. This guide should only be located
   at www.GameFAQs.com and www.faqs.ign.com. If this guide is found at any site
   other than those listed above, please notify the author by sending an email
   to:

                    [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com]

   In this way, the author (djg40) is notified, and corrective actions may take
   place. Thank you, and have a great day.

   Sesame Street A-B-C and all associated terms are a trademark of the
   Children's Television Network. Bert, Big Bird, The Cookie Monster and
   Ernie are copyright (c) Muppets, Incorporated. Nintendo, NES and Nintendo
   Entertainment System are trademarks of Nintendo of America
   (www.nintendo.com). ASCII Controller is copyright (c) Colin Moriarty, who
   very nicely allowed me to use it. Other than that, All Rights Reserved.


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=                       Section 02 -- Version History                         =
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   ------------
   Version 2.00
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   This guide, along with all my others, was updated to make it more consistent
   with my other walkthroughs, in terms of formatting. I also found a few more
   spelling errors, which have been corrected, and updated the copyright
   section to change "legal action" to "corrective actions."

   Version 2.00 was submitted to GameFAQs on January 01, 2015.

   ------------
   Version 1.40
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   This guide, along with all of my others, was updated to include my new
   email address. Additionally, several of my guides now have a new section,
   Previous Revisions. This was done mainly to move most of the Version
   History to the bottom of the file. Also, I think I caught all of the
   remaining spelling errors, though one or two probably slipped through the
   cracks. I hope you like the new look!

   Version 1.40 was submitted to GameFAQs on June 25, 2004.


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=                           Section 03 -- Controls                            =
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     ***ASCII Nintendo Controller was designed by Colin Moriarty. He was
              enough to allow me to use it. Thank you, Colin!***


   Since this is a Nintendo game, the basic Nintendo controller must be used in
   order for this game to work correctly. The buttons, as well as what they
   do, are as follows:

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   Letter Go Round
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   Directional Pad -  Speeds up the ferris wheel.
                   -  Slows the ferris wheel down.
   A Button        -  Selects the letter that the player wants to use.
   B Button        -  Selects the letter that the player wants to use.

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   Ernie's Big Splash
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   Directional Pad -  Switches between pieces in the game.
   A Button        -  Places a piece on the board.
                   -  Forces the Rubber Ducky to go backwards and forwards
                      through the pathway that the player made.
   B Button        -  Places a piece on the board.
                   -  Forces the Rubber Ducky to go backwards and forwards
                      through the pathway that the player made.


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   If the player thinks about which selection of games to play for too long,
   the Sesame Street theme song will play, complete with streaming lyrics for
   the player to sing along with. I, personally, never knew the actual lyrics
   to the Sesame Street theme song, but now I do. Here they are, for all the
   world to see:

                    Sunny day sweepin' the clouds away,
                    On my way to where the air is sweet.
                    Can you tell me how to get,
                    How to get to Sesame Street?

                    Come and play! Everything's A-Okay.
                    Friendly neighbors there, that's where we meet.
                    Can you tell me how to get,
                    How to get to Sesame Street?

                    It's a magic carpet ride.
                    Every door will be open wide
                    To happy people like you,
                    Happy people like- What a beautiful....


   And now you, too, know the lyrics to the classic Sesame Street theme song!
   Aren't you just so glad you know the lyrics to the Sesame Street theme song?
   I hope so, because that is why I put them there. Enjoy!


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-                      Section 04.01 -- Letter Go Round                       -
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   Letter Go Round is one of two separate games that the player can choose when
   the game begins. Letter Go Round is actually a series of six different,
   smaller games. Some of these games, namely the first three, require the
   player to match different letters to their upper case and lower case
   counterparts. Others require that the player spell out a short word, using
   only the available letters.

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   Upper Case Matching.
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   In Upper Case Matching, it is the player's mission to correctly match one
   upper case letter with itself. There are six letters spinning on a ferris
   wheel, with one of them being the correct letter. In Upper Case Matching,
   only upper case letters will be used.

   When Upper Case Matching begins, there is an upper case letter near the
   bottom of the screen. It is up to the player to wait until the same letter
   is on the bottom of the ferris wheel. When the matching letter is on the
   bottom of the ferris wheel, press either the A Button or the B Button. This
   will cause the chosen letter to bounce over to the hanging bell, hitting the
   bottom portion of the hanging bell. This will raise the bell slightly, but
   not all the way to the top. The second correct guess by the player will
   raise the bell a little higher. A third correct answer will result in the
   bell being raised all the way to the top. The letter will then bounce back
   over to the left and will fall into the circle of stars on the bottom of the
   screen. When the player guesses correctly, either Bert or Ernie will jump up
   from below the screen to replace the letter that was lost with a new letter.

   After three correct guesses in a row, Big Bird will make an appearance, 
   dancing around for a while before going back into the tent on the left side
   of the screen. After he is gone, fireworks will go off in the background,
   signaling to the player that he is doing a good job. Now, after every three
   correct guesses in a row, either Big Bird, the Cookie Monster with Ernie or
   the Cookie Monster with Bert will make an appearance. All of the groups have
   their own dances that they perform, and each one is entertaining. After a
   while, the performers will make their way back to the tent on the left side
   of the screen. Once safely inside, the fireworks will go off again, sending
   a repeat message that the player is doing just fine.

   However, if the player guesses incorrectly, the letter will simply bounce
   for a while before coming to rest. The letter will then go back onto the
   ferris wheel and the player will have to try to guess the correct letter.

   Upper Case Matching is really without an end, as the player could continue
   playing for as long as they want. To return to the Letter Go Round menu,
   press the Start Button.

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   Lower Case Matching.
   --------------------

   In Lower Case Matching, it is the player's mission to correctly match one
   lower case letter with itself. There are six letters spinning on a ferris
   wheel, with one of them being the correct letter. In Lower Case Matching,
   only lower case letters will be used.

   When Lower Case Matching begins, there is a lower case letter near the
   bottom of the screen. It is up to the player to wait until the same letter
   is on the bottom of the ferris wheel. When the matching letter is on the
   bottom of the ferris wheel, press either the A Button or the B Button. This
   will cause the chosen letter to bounce over to the hanging bell, hitting the
   bottom portion of the hanging bell. This will raise the bell slightly, but
   not all the way to the top. The second correct guess by the player will
   raise the bell a little higher. A third correct answer will result in the
   bell being raised all the way to the top. The letter will then bounce back
   over to the left and will fall into the circle of stars on the bottom of the
   screen. When the player guesses correctly, either Bert or Ernie will jump up
   from below the screen to replace the letter that was lost with a new letter.

   After three correct guesses in a row, Big Bird will make an appearance, 
   dancing around for a while before going back into the tent on the left side
   of the screen. After he is gone, fireworks will go off in the background,
   signaling to the player that he is doing a good job. Now, after every three
   correct guesses in a row, either Big Bird, the Cookie Monster with Ernie or
   the Cookie Monster with Bert will make an appearance. All of the groups have
   their own dances that they perform, and each one is entertaining. After a
   while, the performers will make their way back to the tent on the left side
   of the screen. Once safely inside, the fireworks will go off again, sending
   a repeat message that the player is doing just fine.

   However, if the player guesses incorrectly, the letter will simply bounce
   for a while before coming to rest. The letter will then go back onto the
   ferris wheel and the player will have to try to guess the correct letter.

   Lower Case Matching is really without an end, as the player could continue
   playing for as long as they want. To return to the Letter Go Round menu,
   press the Start Button.

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   Mixed Case Matching.
   --------------------

   In Mixed Case Matching, it is the player's mission to correctly match one
   upper case letter or lower case letter with itself. There are six letters
   spinning on a ferris wheel, with one of them being the correct letter. In
   Mixed Case Matching, both upper case letters and lower case letters will be
   used.

   When Mixed Case Matching begins, there is either an upper case letter or a
   lower case letter near the bottom of the screen. It is up to the player to
   wait until the same letter is on the bottom of the ferris wheel. When the
   matching letter is on the bottom of the ferris wheel, press either the A
   Button or the B Button. This will cause the chosen letter to bounce over to
   the hanging bell, hitting the bottom portion of the hanging bell. This will
   raise the bell slightly, but not all the way to the top. The second correct
   guess will raise it a little more, while a third correct guess in a row will
   raise the bell all the way to the top. The letter will then bounce back over
   to the left and will fall into the circle of stars on the bottom of the
   screen. When the player guesses correctly, either Bert or Ernie will jump
   up from below the screen to replace the letter that was lost in the matching
   with a new letter.

   After three correct guesses in a row, Big Bird will make an appearance, 
   dancing around for a while before going back into the tent on the left side
   of the screen. After he is gone, fireworks will go off in the background,
   signaling to the player that he is doing a good job. Now, after every three
   correct guesses in a row, either Big Bird, the Cookie Monster with Ernie or
   the Cookie Monster with Bert will make an appearance. All of the groups have
   their own dances that they perform, and each one is entertaining. After a
   while, the performers will make their way back to the tent on the left side
   of the screen. Once safely inside, the fireworks will go off again, sending
   a repeat message that the player is doing just fine.

   However, if the player guesses incorrectly, the letter will simply bounce
   for a while before coming to rest. The letter will then go back onto the
   ferris wheel and the player will have to try to guess the correct letter.

   Mixed Case Matching is really without an end, as the player could continue
   playing for as long as they want. To return to the Letter Go Round menu,
   press the Start Button.

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   One Little Word.
   ----------------

   In One Little Word, it is the player's responsibility to correctly spell a
   three-letter word, using the letters provided on the ferris wheel. There are
   six letters on the ferris wheel, like always, and the player must use them
   to spell the words, one letter at a time.

   When One Little Word begins, there is a word displayed on the bottom right
   hand portion of the screen. It is up to the player to wait until the first
   letter is on the bottom of the ferris wheel. When the matching letter is on
   the bottom of the ferris wheel, press either the A Button or the B Button.
   This causes the chosen letter to bounce over to the hanging bell, hitting
   the bottom portion of the hanging bell. This will raise the bell slightly,
   but not all the way to the top. The second correct letter will raise it a
   little more, while the third correct letter will raise the bell all the way
   to the top. The letter will then bounce back over to the left and will fall
   into the circle of stars on the bottom of the screen. When the player uses
   one of the letters up, either Bert or Ernie will jump up from below the
   screen to replace the letter that was lost in the matching with a new
   letter.

   After the word is correctly guessed, Big Bird will make an appearance, 
   dancing around for a while before going back into the tent on the left side
   of the screen. After he is gone, fireworks will go off in the background,
   signaling to the player that he is doing a good job. Now, after every word
   is correctly guessed, either Big Bird, the Cookie Monster with Ernie or
   the Cookie Monster with Bert will make an appearance. All of the groups have
   their own dances that they perform, and each one is entertaining. After a
   while, the performers will make their way back to the tent on the left side
   of the screen. Once safely inside, the fireworks will go off again, sending
   a repeat message that the player is doing just fine.

   However, if the player guesses incorrectly, the letter will simply bounce
   for a while before coming to rest. The letter will then go back onto the
   ferris wheel and the player will have to try to guess the correct letter.

   One Little Word is really without an end, as the player could continue
   playing for as long as they want. To return to the Letter Go Round menu,
   press the Start Button.

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   What's Missing?
   ---------------

   In What's Missing?, it is the player's responsibility to correctly finish
   spelling a three-letter word, using only one of the letters provided on the
   ferris wheel. There are six letters on the ferris wheel, like always, and
   the player must use one of them to complete the three-letter word.

   When What's Missing? begins, there is a three-letter word displayed on the
   bottom right hand portion of the screen, missing one letter. It is up to the
   player to wait until the letter needed is on the bottom of the ferris wheel.
   When the matching letter is on the bottom of the ferris wheel, press either
   the A Button or the B Button. This will cause the chosen letter to bounce
   over to the hanging bell, hitting the bottom portion of the hanging bell.
   This will raise the bell slightly, but not all the way to the top. The
   second correctly completed word will raise it a little more, while the third
   correctly completed word will raise the bell all the way to the top. The
   letter will then bounce back over to the left and will fall into the circle
   of stars on the bottom of the screen. When the player uses one of the
   letters up, either Bert or Ernie will jump up from below the screen to
   replace the letter that was lost in the matching with a new letter.

   After the word is correctly guessed, Big Bird will make an appearance, 
   dancing around for a while before going back into the tent on the left side
   of the screen. After he is gone, fireworks will go off in the background,
   signaling to the player that he is doing a good job. Now, after every word
   is correctly guessed, either Big Bird, the Cookie Monster with Ernie or
   the Cookie Monster with Bert will make an appearance. All of the groups have
   their own dances that they perform, and each one is entertaining. After a
   while, the performers will make their way back to the tent on the left side
   of the screen. Once safely inside, the fireworks will go off again, sending
   a repeat message that the player is doing just fine.

   However, if the player guesses incorrectly, the letter will simply bounce
   for a while before coming to rest. The letter will then go back onto the
   ferris wheel and the player will have to try to guess the correct letter.

   What's Missing? is really without an end, as the player could continue
   playing for as long as they want. To return to the Letter Go Round menu,
   press the Start Button.

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   Spell The Secret Word.
   ----------------------

   In Spell The Secret Word, it is the player's responsibility to correctly
   spell a three-letter word, using only the letters provided on the ferris
   wheel. There are six letters on the ferris wheel, like always, and the
   player must use three of them to completely form the three-letter word.

   When Spell The Secret Word begins, there is a circle of stars displayed on
   the bottom left hand portion of the screen. It is up to the player to
   correctly spell the three-letter word, one letter at a time. This is the
   hardest of the spelling games because there are no hints given to the
   player. The player must wait until the letters needed are on the bottom of
   the ferris wheel. When the required letter is on the bottom of the ferris
   wheel, press either the A Button or the B Button. This will cause the
   chosen letter to bounce over to the hanging bell, hitting the bottom
   portion of the hanging bell. This will raise the bell slightly, but will
   not bring it all the way to the top. The second correct letter will raise
   it a little more, while the completed word will raise the bell all the way
   to the top. The letter will then bounce back over to the left and will fall
   into the circle of stars on the bottom of the screen. When the player uses
   one of the letters up, either Bert or Ernie will jump up from below the
   screen to replace the letter that was lost in the matching with a new
   letter.

   After the word is correctly guessed, Big Bird will make an appearance, 
   dancing around for a while before going back into the tent on the left side
   of the screen. After he is gone, fireworks will go off in the background,
   signaling to the player that he is doing a good job. Now, after every word
   is correctly guessed, either Big Bird, the Cookie Monster with Ernie or
   the Cookie Monster with Bert will make an appearance. All of the groups have
   their own dances that they perform, and each one is entertaining. After a
   while, the performers will make their way back to the tent on the left side
   of the screen. Once safely inside, the fireworks will go off again, sending
   a repeat message that the player is doing just fine.

   However, if the player guesses incorrectly, the letter will simply bounce
   for a while before coming to rest. The letter will then go back onto the
   ferris wheel and the player will have to try to guess the correct letter.

   Spell The Secret Word is really without an end, as the player could continue
   playing for as long as they want. To return to the Letter Go Round menu,
   press the Start Button.


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   Along with Letter Go Round, Ernie's Big Splash is another set of games that
   the player can choose when the game first begins. In Ernie's Big Splash,
   there are only three different games, all bearing a striking resemblance to
   one another, as opposed to the six games available in Letter Go Round.

   All of the games in Ernie's Big Splash revolve around getting Ernie's Rubber
   Ducky back into the possession of Ernie.  In the final two games, Ernie's
   Rubber Ducky can visit one other person along the way, while only Ernie is
   on screen for the first game.

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   Ernie's Challenge.
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   In Ernie's Challenge, Ernie has been separated from his Rubber Ducky, and it
   is up to the player to reunite them. The player can use any of the more than
   ten different pieces to connect Ernie's Rubber Ducky with Ernie.

   When Ernie's Challenge begins, Ernie and his Rubber Ducky are separated.
   The player can cycle through the available plumbing pieces by pressing in
   any direction on the Directional Pad. By pressing either the A Button or
   the B Button, the player can actually lay down the piece of plumbing and
   move onto the next piece. After Ernie and his Rubber Ducky have been
   reunited by using the plumbing pieces, the player can press either the A
   Button or the B Button to watch the Rubber Ducky move along the player
   created pathway to Ernie. Ernie will then play with his Rubber Ducky.
   Pressing either the A Button or the B Button again will show the Rubber
   Ducky going through the pathway backwards, back towards his starting
   position.

   Ernie's Challenge can last as long as the player wants. Simply by pressing
   either the A Button or the B Button, the player can watch the Rubber Ducky
   move back and forth along the created pathway. To return to the Ernie's
   Big Splash menu, press the Start Button.

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   Ernie's Fun Challenge.
   ----------------------

   In Ernie's Fun Challenge, Ernie has been separated from his Rubber Ducky,
   and it is up to the player to reunite them. The player can use any of the
   more than ten different pieces to connect Ernie's Rubber Ducky with Ernie.
   This time, one of Ernie's friends is in the tub with him, and is available
   if Ernie's Rubber Ducky would like to pay a visit.

   When Ernie's Fun Challenge begins, Ernie and his Rubber Ducky are separated.
   The player can cycle through the available plumbing pieces by pressing in
   any direction on the Directional Pad. By pressing either the A Button or
   the B Button, the player can actually lay down the piece of plumbing and
   move onto the next piece. In Ernie's Fun Challenge, Ernie's friend is also
   on the screen, and is available for the Rubber Ducky to visit. After Ernie
   and his Rubber Ducky have been reunited and Ernie's friend has been visited,
   by using the plumbing pieces, the player can press either the A Button or
   the B Button to watch the Rubber Ducky move along the player created
   pathway, through his friend, and then to Ernie. Ernie will then play with
   his Rubber Ducky. Pressing either the A Button or the B Button again will
   show the Rubber Ducky going through the pathway backwards, back towards
   his starting position.

   Ernie's Fun Challenge can last as long as the player wants. Simply by
   pressing either the A Button or the B Button, the player can watch the
   Rubber Ducky move back and forth along the created pathway. To return to
   the Ernie's Big Splash menu, press the Start Button.

   ------------------------
   Ernie's Super Challenge.
   ------------------------

   In Ernie's Super Challenge, Ernie has been separated from his Rubber Ducky,
   and it is up to the player to reunite them. The player can use any of the
   more than ten different pieces to connect Ernie's Rubber Ducky with Ernie.
   This time, one of Ernie's friends is in the tub with him, and is available
   is Ernie's Rubber Ducky would like to pay a visit.

   When Ernie's Super Challenge begins, Ernie and his Rubber Ducky are
   separated. The player can cycle through the available plumbing pieces by
   pressing in any direction on the Directional Pad. By pressing either the
   A Button or the B Button, the player can actually lay down the piece of
   plumbing and move onto the next piece. In Ernie's Fun Challenge, Ernie's
   friend is also on the screen, and is available for the Rubber Ducky to
   visit. After Ernie and his Rubber Ducky have been reunited, and Ernie's
   friend has been visited, by using the plumbing pieces, the player can press
   either the A Button or the B Button to watch the Rubber Ducky move along
   the player created pathway, through his friend, and then to Ernie. Ernie
   will then play with his Rubber Ducky. Pressing either the A Button or the
   B Button again will show the Rubber Ducky going through the pathway
   backwards, back towards his starting position.

   If it is not obvious by now, Ernie's Fun Challenge and Ernie's Super
   Challenge are exactly the same. Apparently, they were supposed to be
   different versions of the Fun Challenge, but the games are exact replicas
   of one another.

   Ernie's Super Challenge can last as long as the player wants. Simply by
   pressing either the A Button or the B Button, the player can watch the
   Rubber Ducky move back and forth along the created pathway. To return to
   the Ernie's Big Splash menu, press the Start Button.


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=                       Section 05 -- Closing Statement                       =
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   Well, my sixth FAQ/Walkthrough has come to a close. I hope a few people will
   benefit from having this guide to look at. The Sesame Street series of games
   on the Nintendo Entertainment System are often overlooked as a great
   teaching tool for young children. I have found that these games actually
   will aid in teaching young children how to associate uppercase letters from
   their lowercase brethren. Also, this game can teach a youngster a few basic
   three letter words and such. Ernie's Big Splash is more fun than anything,
   as there is not much that a child could learn from playing the games found
   in Ernie's Big Splash. I hope that at least somebody found this guide
   informative, if nothing else. If anyone at all found this guide and
   actually used it, or even if they thought it was well-written, feel free to
   drop me a line at:

                    [daniel.j.gordon (at) gmail (dot) com] 

   with any comments or suggestions.

   It may not be much to look at, but as something that children will think is
   fun, it ranks right up there as a phenomenal teaching tool. If only more
   kids these days had access to the original Nintendo.... Alas, it is of no
   use to dwell on the past. And so, here is to more video games that can
   actually help children to learn. Thank you for reading, and have a great
   day.


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=                      Section 06 -- Previous Revisions                       =
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   Version 1.31
   ------------

   This guide was updated, along with all of my others, to make the Table of
   Contents look cleaner. I hope you like the changes I have made. Actually,
   though, I like it, so I am keeping this format no matter what. I guess you
   had just better like it. I also updated the copyright dates.

   Version 1.31 was submitted to GameFAQs on January 14, 2004.

   ------------
   Version 1.21
   ------------

   This guide was updated mainly to include my new Special Thanks and Credits
   Section. Nothing at all was done to this information in other sections, so
   don't bother checking. This should be the last update to this file, at
   least until I decide to change my format again, eh?

   Version 1.21 was submitted to GameFAQs on October 7, 2003.

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   Version 1.20
   ------------

   This guide was updated to reflect that I now allow faqs.ign.com to host my
   FAQs. Nothing was done to the information contained in the other sections,
   just the Legal Disclaimer.

   Version 1.20 was submitted to GameFAQs on July 24, 2003.

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   Version 1.10
   ------------

   This guide was updated for two main reasons. One, I decided to tweak the
   format slightly, most notably in the Table of Contents. Second, I added a
   Find feature. I realize a Find feature isn't necessarily required for a
   guide of this size, but some people have requested a Find feature, so I have
   decided to add one. Hopefully finding specific things in this guide will be
   much easier from now on.

   Version 1.10 was submitted to GameFAQs on June 24, 2003.


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   Version 1.00
   ------------

   This is the original guide, as submitted to GameFAQs. There will definitely
   be updates to come, as there is inevitably something else that can go in
   here. All sections are as complete as I want them for now. All portions of
   this guide are my own design, except for the ASCII Nintendo Controller, 
   which was designed by Colin Moriarty. Thank you for allowing me to use it 
   in my guides!

   Work on this guide officially began on June 17, 2003.

   Version 1.00 was originally submitted on June 17, 2003.


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=                  Section 07 -- Special Thanks and Credits                   =
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   First, I would like to thank CJayC for running this site and for hosting
   this guide. If not for GameFAQs, I would not be as into gaming as I am, and
   I would not have thought so many other things are possible, other than just
   playing the game.

   I would like to thank Colin Moriarty (CMoriarty) for allowing me to use his
   ASCII Nintendo Controller. He pointed out that mine was too big, so I asked
   if I could use his. Thanks, Colin!

   And last, but definitely not least, I would like to thank my close friends
   on GameFAQs. Especially Steve, Devin, Chad, Brian, Zoop, Trace, and Andrew.
   You guys are more help than you realize, and I thank you for that.


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