Sesame Street Video Games - Video Games - Cookie Monster Munch

Cookie Monster Munch is a video game developed by Atari and Children's Computer Workshop for the Atari 2600 and released in 1983. The game was programmed by Gary Stark.

The objective of Cookie Monster Munch is to guide Sesame Street's Cookie Monster through a simple maze, collecting cookies and placing them in a cookie jar at the bottom of the screen.

Cookie Monster Munch used an Atari Kid's Controller (sold separately), although the regular keyboard controller would also work.

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