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Sesame Street Fighter

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We always knew the cookie monster had a dark side.

Inspired by a poster mashup of Street Fighter and Sesame Street by Deviant Art user gavacho13, a game developer named Cocoalasca has created this incredible playable version of Sesame Street Fighter.

You 'fight' by being the first to spell words correctly, so it's both fun and educational, which means that your parents will be fine with it.

Now get playing by clicking here.

[via Nerd Approved]

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