Poor Elmo dropped his blankets into a trash can that leads to Grummelland. Thus Elmo finds himself in Grummelland, a land made of garbage, in which he has to find his blanket again.
Elmo in Grummelland
The game was developed by Bonsai Entertainment Corporation. NewKidCo acted as a publisher in America. In Europe, Ubi Soft was the publisher of the game for the Game Boy Color.
The lost ceiling
Elmo, from Sesame Street, loves his blanket. As a result of a misfortune, he loses it and flies into a garbage can, straight to Grummelland. In the country that is mostly built from rubbish, Elmo chases the ceiling. He has to hike over mountains of fast food and through plastic forests to get his blanket back.
Fast and short
Six levels await you in total, in which you scroll through different platforms. Most of the time you jump over hydrants and avoid water fountains. You complete each level in less than a minute. Anyone who has never touched a video game can play their way through the game in no time. The game is aimed at younger children, which is why the developer has set the level of difficulty very low. There is no memory function for the game. Given the brevity and simplicity, this is also not required. The game is ideal for small children.
Graphics and sound
For a Game Boy Color game, the sound quality is very high. Unfortunately, the game is over so quickly that you can still enjoy the soundtrack and enjoy it for a long time. The graphics are colorful and appealing. You have the feeling of diving into Grummelland. Elmo is shown in great detail.
Elmo im Grummelland, from Infogrames, it should be noted that the developer designed it for children. It's kept simple, which means that experienced players will not enjoy it very much. It is recommended for Sesame Street lovers and younger children.
Originally posted on 2018-05-15 09:51:00.