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Muppets.com, the official website for the Muppets, was launched by the Walt Disney Company in October 2005. The site was replaced in February 2008 with the Muppets' channels on Disney Xtreme Digital.

Sections

The website was split into twelve different areas, which could be accessed by way of a map. The overall website theme was that of Muppet Studios, a fictional Hollywood movie studio dedicated to the Muppets.

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Area 1
Main Gate
Upon arrival, Kermit appeared and welcomed vistors to the website. Rizzo also appeared in the welcome portion. This area was also used to advertise the latest projects involving the Muppets.
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Area 2
Muppets in the Spotlight
This area held the latest news and press releases.
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Area 3
Club Mayhem
This area had one Flash-enabled activity called "The Remix Game."
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Area 4
Central Casting
This area was the office of Sam the Eagle with interactive pictures hanging on the walls. Visitors could also read profiles for Kermit, Miss Piggy, Animal, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Pepe the King Prawn, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Beaker, the Swedish Chef, Statler and Waldorf, Rizzo the Rat, Rowlf the Dog, Sam the Eagle, the Electric Mayhem, Johnny Fiama & Sal Minella, Scooter, Bobo, Clifford and Camilla.
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Area 5
El Capitan Theatre
There were two activities here. The first activity was a comedy routine by Fozzie Bear called "Fozzie's Bear With Me Comedy Tour" where the user could select which jokes he tells. The second activity is called "Statler & Waldorf : Curmudgeons at Large", had Statler and Waldorf making remarks about various Muppet movies during a slideshow of the original film posters.
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Area 6
Muppet Stuff
A brief live-action clip of Miss Piggy opened the section. Downloadable desktop items were available, along with merchandise links. A small live video of Pepe appeared on a laptop.
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Area 7
Miss Piggy's Trailer
This area was the inside of Miss Piggy's movie trailer. Miss Piggy appeared for a brief live-action clip. The area included several interactive elements including notes scattered around and an interactive closet.
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Area 8
Soundstage
There were three distinct areas here - Gonzo's stunt game, The FX Lab (an interactive game featuring Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker), and a section promoting the TV-movie The Muppet's Wizard of Oz. Gonzo offered greetings in a brief live-action clip.
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Area 9
Studio Lounge
This area was the "arcade" of the website, featuring all the interactive games that were available. There were also two additional interactive games not found elsewhere - Muppet Meteors & Four Arm Pepe Game.
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Area 10
Swedish Chef's Kitchen
Takes you to the Smackee-de-Snackee game. It is a variant on the classic coin arcade game "Whack-A-Mole," where a player would take a mallet & attempt to smack automated 'moles' appearing out of holes. In the case of this game, various fruits & vegetables appear out of various areas of the kitchen.
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Area 11
Muppet Records
This area was never available, simply saying, "coming soon."
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Area 12
Muppets on DVD
This was a gateway area to go to the various subsections of the website featuring the latest commercially -available DVDs featuring the Muppets. It re-uses the El Capitan Theatre setting.
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The Muppets' Wizard of Oz Information on The Muppets' Wizard of Oz.
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The Muppet Show Season 1 Information on The Muppet Show: Season One DVD.
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The Muppet Show Season 2 Information on The Muppet Show: Season Two DVD.
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Kermit's 50th Anniversary Editions Information on the Kermit's 50th Anniversary Edition DVDs.

Games

Images Game Description
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FX Lab The FX Lab was a variant of the classic boardgame "Mastermind" - Players had to correctly place in sequence four out of six possible colors so that a coffee machine can make a cup of coffee that doesn't cause Beaker any harm. It was accessable from the Soundstage and the Studio Lounge.
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Four Arm Pepe Four Arm Pepe was a variant on the classic con game "Three-Card Monte," where a street dealer shuffles three cards & the player had to pick which out of the cards is the Ace. In the case of this game, there are five cards. This game was accessable only from the Studio Lounge.
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Electric Mayhem Remix This game was accessible from the Club Mayhem and the Studio Lounge.
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Gonzo Stunt Game Gonzo's Stunt Game is a variant of the "artillery" game - Players propel Gonzo into a container of water using speed and angle of trajectory. This game was accessable from the Soundstage and the Studio Lounge. A version of this game exists as part of the Muppets' DxD content.
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Muppet Meteors Muppet Meteors was a top-scrolling arcade game where the player had to destroy incoming asteroids (not unlike the classic arcade game "Asteroids"). This game was only accessable from the Studio Lounge.
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Smackee-de-Snackee It is a variant on the classic arcade game "Whack-A-Mole," where a player would take a mallet & attempt to smack automated 'moles' appearing out of holes. In the case of this game, various fruits & vegetables appear out of various areas of the kitchen. This game was accessable from the Studio Lounge and the Swedish Chef's kitchen. A version of this game exists as part of the Muppets' DxD content.


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