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Street Surfin' is a Muppet handheld video game made by Tiger Electronics in 1990. The game is played on an LCD screen, controlled by three buttons -- Left, Right and Jump.
The player controls Kermit, who's competing in a skateboard race with Fozzie and Gonzo. Kermit must avoid obstacles to get to the end of each of the game's four stages. The obstacles include hurdles (which Kermit can jump over), Camilla, Foo-Foo, manholes, cones and fire hydrants. Kermit must avoid crashing into Fozzie and Gonzo.
There isn't a set number of "lives" in this game. When Kermit hits an obstacle, he falls down and looks disgruntled, then gets up and continues with the race. The disincentive for hitting obstacles is a score penalty. At the end of the game, Kermit grins and holds a 1st Place trophy.
Tiger made another Muppet handheld game, Coach Kermit, in 1994.
The company was acquired by Hasbro in 1998.