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Let's Learn to Play Together is a 1988 Sesame Street interactive home video released for the View-Master Interactive Vision video game system. The system came with a simple controller which included a joystick and three colorful buttons. As the video plays, the characters address the player directly, and ask the player to make a choice by pressing one of the buttons. The video has a number of different soundtracks recorded, and the player's choices toggle back and forth between the soundtracks, giving the impression that the player has changed the course of the story.


Big Bird has a surprise to the arbor area, and the surprise involves his portable TV (as it turns out, a Snuffleupagus-sized portable TV is the same size as a regular one). Luis hooks up a video console to the TV, which includes the controller used on the Interactive-Vision. Luis tells them that they might have more fun figuring out how to use it themselves, and leaves the instruction manual.

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