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View-Master Interactive Vision

View-Master Interactive Vision is an interactive movie VHS console game system, introduced in 1988 by View-Master Ideal Group, Inc. The tagline is "the Two-Way Television System that makes you a part of the show!" The titles include four Sesame Street games, and two games featuring the Muppet Show characters, as well as a Disney game, Disney's Cartoon Arcade.

The View-Master Interactive Vision, a home edutainment game console released in 1988. It hooked up to a VCR to play VHS tape games, mostly from Sesame Street and the Muppet Show.