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Cookie Monster Munch review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "Ever since the year 1969, that blue, overgrown puppet that carries 99% of his weight in sugar has been making sure that no cookies in his sight collect dust on a classic show for children called Sesame Street. After 14 years of devouring his favorite food (I think it's the only food he's ever even tried) while millions of laughing children and hunger developing parents watched him on their television sets, the Children's Computer Workshop decided to give the furry little (I mean big) creature hi..."
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