Blitz Games

Action Man: Destruction X

Action Man: Destruction X

Sony Playstation - Released - November 10, 2000

The master criminal Dr. X is planning to steal scientific secrets in order to control the world. This is of course when Action Man steps in to thwart his plans. Action Man: Destruction X takes place over three different cities throughout the world for a total of 36 different missions. Missions include things such as infiltrating Dr. X's hidden jungle lab and taking out prehistoric monstrosities or driving in a King of the Streets race. Gameplay varies greatly such as the game having a behind view boomerang shooting portion and a bird's eye view racing section. Action Man gets to drive things like a Silver Speeder and a Polar Bike. The game has both a story mode and an arcade mode.

Action Man: Operation Extreme

Action Man: Operation Extreme

Sony Playstation - Released - November 8, 2000

Action Man: Operation Extreme features two different gameplay modes that you switch back and forth from during the course of play. The first is a top-down vehicular portion, where the perspective and controls are quite similar to the Grand Theft Auto series. You'll need to chase down the enemy vehicles with your own trusty assortment of cars, motorbikes, and the like, blasting them until they slow down for good. After this, it's on to the third-person action levels, where you control Action Man from behind the back as he makes his way through enemy territory, and must occasionally solve puzzles to get out of whatever predicament he's found himself in this time. The game's levels feature a myriad of locales, from evil villains' bases to the burning sands of the desert to the arctic chill of the North Pole. You'll face many of Action Man's most notorious fiends during the adventure. You have a host of weapons, from your trusty hand-gun to automatic weapons and even a sniping rifle.

Bad Boys II

Bad Boys II

Windows - Released - March 12, 2004

This game is based on the Will Smith & Martin Lawrence buddy cop movie sequel Bad Boys II. You can play as either character, Mike, or Marcus, from 1st or 3rd person viewpoints. Each has their own personalities and characteristics. Through 15 stages, you engage in fast-paced all-action gameplay that features multiple mission objectives. Shoot your way through Colombian drug lords, Russian mobsters, and even dirty cops. Sometimes you will need to protect your computer-controlled partner or collect some evidence. You can often duck behind a wall or around a corner, from where you will be able to pick off your targets with less chance of being hit. You will be accordingly rewarded on your successful actions and achievements on a "Bad Boy" rating system. You can follow all the laws and avoid unnecessary damage or take the opposite approach and be a Bad Boy. There's a good amount of different weapons from pistols and shotguns to automatic assault rifles and grenades. Environments are fully destructible. You can use a quick aiming and shooting Action mode, or search for clues and evidence using the Explore mode.

Bad Boys: Miami Takedown

Bad Boys: Miami Takedown

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 14, 2004

This game is based on the Will Smith & Martin Lawrence buddy cop movie sequel Bad Boys II. You can play as either character, Mike or Marcus, from 1st or 3rd person viewpoints. Each has their own personalities and characteristics. Through 15 stages, you engage in fast paced all-action gameplay that features multiple mission objectives. Shoot your way through Colombian drug lords, Russian mobsters, and even dirty cops. Sometimes you will need to protect your computer controlled partner or collect some evidence. You can often duck behind a wall or around a corner, from where you will be able to pick off your targets with less chance of being hit. You will be accordingly rewarded on your successful actions and achievements on a "Bad Boy" rating system. You can follow all the laws and avoid unneccesary damage or take the opposite approach and be a Bad Boy. There's a good amount of different weapons from pistols and shotguns to automatic assault rifles and grenades. Environments are fully destructable. You can use a quick aiming and shooting Action mode, or search for clues and evidence using the Explore mode.

Barbie Horse Adventures: Blue Ribbon Race

Barbie Horse Adventures: Blue Ribbon Race

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 17, 2003

Join Barbie on horseback and ride through 8 exciting locations in a race to the finish line! It’s the National Horse charity event and you’re invited to ride and compete in exciting events! Race through lush countryside, gallop around rock formations, canter down country roads and more! Use skill and speed to dodge obstacles like rocks, hay bales and forest animals! Run even faster and earn more points with special power-ups! It’s the ultimate horse race for you and Barbie!

Barbie Horse Adventures: Wild Horse Rescue

Barbie Horse Adventures: Wild Horse Rescue

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 4, 2003

In Barbie Horse Adventures: Wild Horse Rescue, a bunch of horses have been frightened by a lightning storm and Barbie must go round them back up. Her horse serves to move her around the terrain, but she must get off to do much else. The storm also knocked some things down, so she must climb or clear obstacles to access certain areas. When she finds a horse, she must pet it to calm it down if it's a foal, or lasso a bigger horse, then lead it to a hitching post and call the stable on her cell phone. There are also coins to find which can be used to buy new outfits for Barbie or her horse. The object of the game is to rescue all the horses and complete Barbie's wardrobe.

Bratz: Forever Diamondz

Bratz: Forever Diamondz

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 18, 2006

The gameplay of the Bratz Forever Diamondz is mostly the same as its predecessor, Bratz Rock Angelz. There are four playable characters: Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha and Jade. During the game, all of a sudden blue coins appear, called Blingz, which are money for the Bratz girls. There's a mobile phone menu, where you can read messages, and see the objective, what the player currently has to do. It has explorable roam, similar to Grand Theft Auto series. When the player is not in an objective, he/she can take a character to collect character coins (which are can be used to buy movie clips. There are 25 for each Bratz girl), Blingz tokens, take pictures, and play mini-games for extra money.The new features in the video game, that there are timed objectives, which means that you have to do the objective in the amount of time. There's an ice rink, where the girls can perform ice-skating skills. The biggest new feature is that the player can adopt a pet (cat or dog), and take him/her to pet shows, accessorize it, etc. The pet helps in certain objectives, however, after that the player should give a treat for it. You can also take part in modeling contests to win Blingz. The mini-games can be activated to go into a place, or talk to a person.

Bratz: Forever Diamondz

Bratz: Forever Diamondz

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 18, 2006

Bratz: Forever Diamondz is the third video game based on the popular fashion doll line, Bratz. It is the second published by THQ. It was released on September 18, 2006 at GameStop, then September 21, 2006 nationwide. This video game is based on the direct-to-DVD movie, Bratz Passion 4 Fashion Diamondz and the doll line, Bratz "Forever Diamondz".

Bratz: Girlz Really Rock

Bratz: Girlz Really Rock

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 13, 2008

The Video Game with Serious Style! This is your chance to be a superstar! Practice lead guitar, keyboard, or dance and rock out live on stage. Check out the Fashion Designer Suite to create wicked outfits, apply killer make-up and try out some fabulous hairstyles. Take five and catch some air skydiving, or hit the mini-golf course in single or multiplayer modes.

Bratz: Rock Angelz

Bratz: Rock Angelz

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 5, 2005

You get the chance to live the life of a Rock Angel as you help Cloe, Jade, Sasha and Yasmin start their own fashion magazine. The search for the perfect scoop will take you around the globe, where famous places and famous people make for amazing adventures.

Bratz: Rock Angelz

Bratz: Rock Angelz

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 4, 2005

Bratz: Rock Angelz chronicles the adventures of the 4 main Bratz franchise girls -- Jade, Sasha, Chloe, and Yasmin -- as they follow their globetrotting fashion dreams on their way to start a world famous rock band. It starts when Jade receives a dream internship at a high fashion magazine with a tyrannical editor-in-chief who also employs twin sisters who happen to be Jade's arch-nemeses. Jade does not last long at this internship. She and her friends decide to found a competing fashion magazine and the adventure rolls on from there. The game features 9 chapters and the gameplay alternates between 3D adventure and assorted minigames. In the 3D adventure mode, the player guides the current Bratz character around various rendered sets and interacts with other characters, who invariably give the Bratz goals to carry out in order to further the storyline. The minigames include a fruit smoothie mixing game, where the player controls the smoothie stand and must make fruit smoothies per the Bratz girl's real-time specifications; a magazine layout minigame; a minigame where the player must pick out the right clothes for the editor's business trip; and many others. Successful completion of a minigame unlocks more outfits that the player can dress the Bratz characters in.

Bratz: Rock Angelz

Windows - October 4, 2005

Bratz: Rock Angelz is a 2005 adventure video game based on the Bratz fashion doll line. It was developed by Blitz Games and published by THQ. It is based on the direct-to-video film Bratz: Rock Angelz and the toyline affiliated with the same name. The game was released on the PlayStation 2, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and Microsoft Windows. It has sold 1.4 million copies.

Bratz: The Movie

Bratz: The Movie

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 24, 2007

It's time for the Bratz girls to hit the red carpet! Join Chloe, Jade, Sasha and Yasmin as they rock out in explosive music shows, strut the fashion runway with stylin' outfits designed by you, and publish the hottest magazine ever! Their hard work lands them a once in a lifetime opportunity to star in their very own movie!

Chicken Run

Windows - Released - November 3, 2000

Chicken Run is a stealth-based 3D platform video game based on the movie of the same name. The game is a loose parody of the famous The Great Escape movie, which is based on World War II. The Game Boy Color version is a 2D isometric puzzle solving game.

Chicken Run

Chicken Run

Sony Playstation - Released - November 13, 2000

In Chicken Run, players must use Ginger and the other chickens' plans to escape hazardous situations. In the Single Player mode, you'll have to move Ginger and Rocky around the farm while collecting useful items to aid in their escape. Each mission involves retrieving important items scattered around the farm and chicken coup. Before you can get to the items, however, you'll have to evade watchdogs, the farmer, and his wife. Once all the items have been collected, an interactive movie sequence will play. The first movie involves the chickens dressing like the farmer's wife, and to escape, you'll have to guide them on stilts as they flee from the dogs. Missions in Chicken Run are timed, and the best times are saved to memory card so you can try to improve on them after the game is finished. Also, pictures from the film are hidden throughout the farm. When one of these pictures is found, it can be saved and viewed in the Gallery.

Chicken Run

Chicken Run

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 1, 2000

CHICKEN RUN for Game Boy Color brings all the fun and adventure of the movie to the palm of your hand. You take the role of Ginger as you guide your fellow chickens to freedom in this one-player action or puzzle game. More than 20 levels of puzzle-solving adventure span the farmyard and the pie machine, which will keep you busy for hours. To begin, you'll have to bring a group of chickens through the farmyard, carefully avoiding or deactivating any obstacle that may alert the farmers. Then it's off to the pie machine, where mechanical mayhem awaits you if you aren't careful. Once you've brought the chickens through the pie machine, you'll be back in the farmyard with a new bunch of chickens and all new challenges ahead of you. You'll have to avoid obstacles such as dogs, cameras, spotlights, and others, as you make a break for freedom. You can push objects, shut off power, or find shortcuts to get around the many obstacles. And don't forget to keep an eye out for objects you can use to your advantage. You can also use a password to continue your chicken-saving quest another time.

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Clash 'n Bash

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Clash 'n Bash

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - June 24, 2002

Something strange is happening in Bubble Town. Robots are going berserk because of Solex, the stuff that gives all robots their power. You must find each of the broken robots before the evil Dr. K and hits bad 'bots do, especially the scary and powerful Kolossal!

Cubix: Robots For Everyone: Race 'N Robots

Cubix: Robots For Everyone: Race 'N Robots

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - November 13, 2001

Robots in everyday life? Believe it, folks. That's the reality of the cool cartoon series, CUBIX: Robots for Everyone. The story follows the adventures of Connor a human boy and his robot, Cubix, through Bubble Town. Attempting to repair damaged robots and ward off evil beings, the pair encounters a whole cast of wacky characters every week. The game puts its emphasis on the racing aspects of the series, sending you to Bubble Town's racing championship series. Your arch-nemesis, Dr. K, has a converted racer named Kolossal in the competition, and your goal is to earn the right to defeat it. Choose to race as any of your favorite series characters, including Hop2ix, Brutix, Don-Don, Diagnostix, and Cubix. You'll be able to customize your racers to fit your liking, using elements like Grav-grip, Zero G, and other series-based power-ups to defy gravity and reach top speeds. Full of cool options game modes, and colorful graphics, Race N Robots is not to be missed.

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Race 'n Robots

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Race 'n Robots

Sony Playstation - Released - November 8, 2001

Bubble Town's high-octane racing championships is about to start. Choose to race as Cubix or the other three robots as you compete against the most extreme robots. Cruise by the Bubble Town Botties Pit to upgrade your robot and unlock new characters to give you the chance to race as your Bubble Town friends. Your final goal is to out-race the competition and become the ultimate racing champion of Bubble Town.

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Showdown

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Showdown

Nintendo GameCube - Released - June 2, 2003

All over Bubble Town, robots of all shapes and kinds are going out of control. Solex has infected them, causing them to go haywire and destroy the environment. Connor, Abby, and the rest of the Cubix gang must track down these rogue robots before the evil Dr. K and his gigantic robot Kolossal do. Now, by yourself or with a friend, you can join Cubix and the rest of the Bubble Town gang in a series of video games based on the Saturday morning TV show.

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Showdown

Cubix: Robots for Everyone: Showdown

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 2, 2003

All over Bubble Town, robots of all shapes and kinds are going out of control. Solex has infected them, causing them to go haywire and destroy the environment. Connor, Abby, and the rest of the Cubix gang must track down these rogue robots before the evil Dr. K and his gigantic robot Kolossal do. Now, by yourself or with a friend, you can join Cubix and the rest of the Bubble Town gang in a series of video games based on the Saturday morning TV show.

Disney's Lilo & Stitch

Disney's Lilo & Stitch

Sony Playstation - Released - June 14, 2002

Lilo, a young Hawaiian girl, and Stitch, a multi-limbed alien, are the stars of the aptly titled Lilo & Stitch -- a platform romp based upon the Disney movie of the same name. Following much the same formula as other 3D platformers, the game puts the two unlikely protagonists through a series of levels in and around the island of Hawaii. Together they will discover the true meaning of "Ohana" (Hawaiian for family). The gameplay, patterned closely upon the system's other platform star, Crash Bandicoot, sees players taking control of one of the two characters at a time as they navigate 2D side scrolling levels as well as linear 3D portions of the world. Regardless of the currently active character, the objectives remain much the same, as the two pint-sized heroes break the pots and crates in their path and collect coffee mugs, flowers, leaves, and other such objects littered about the island. Aside from being able to jump, each character possesses a unique attack, allowing them to defend themselves from the throngs of indigenous bugs, lizards, and porcupines that inhabit the island. A handful of mini-games, such as a timed race against an opponent, are interspersed between the platform-jumping portions of the game. Throughout the quest, players will encounter familiar characters from the movie, including Jumba Jookiba, Pleakley, and Captain Gantu. As an added bonus, hidden photos and movie clips can be uncovered during play.

Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge

Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge

Windows - Released - 2000

The sequel to the Original classic (and the so-so 1997 release) changes the way you look at frogs! The stage is set for a totally new adventure where Frogger and his female friend Lillie Frog will need to leap over, dive under, hop through and climb above endless new obstacles and challenges to save the Frog Babies from Frogger's new arch enemy, the dastardly Swampy the Crocodile.

Fuzion Frenzy

Fuzion Frenzy

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 15, 2001

Fuzion Frenzy is a launch title for the Microsoft Xbox. At its core, Fuzion Frenzy is a four-player party game featuring 45 different mini-games (not including the titular Fuzion Frenzy). A demo of the game was included with some other launch titles in the US, including Halo, Munch's Oddysee, the first Project Gotham Racing game and Amped. The title was among the first to be released as a part of the Xbox Originals program. A sequel was later released for the Xbox 360, entitled Fuzion Frenzy 2.

Karaoke Revolution

Karaoke Revolution

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - November 24, 2009

The player is depicted as a character on-screen performing at a public venue. The words to the song scroll right-to-left at the bottom of the screen, above a piano roll representation of the relative pitches at which they are to be sung (the game calls these "note tubes"). At the left end of this area, a "pitch arrow" shows the pitch which the player is singing and provides feedback on whether s/he's hitting the notes. A "crowd meter" shows the mood of the crowd as the player sings; if s/he does a good job of hitting notes on-pitch then the crowd will cheer more loudly and clap in rhythm with the song, and the scene will become more vividly animated. If the crowd meter falls all the way to the lowest rating, the audience will boo the character off-stage and the game is over. New to this iteration of the series is a deep character customization mode, in which players can change facial features, age, ethnicity and weight, along with various clothes and full outfits that comes pre-equipped with some accessories.

Karaoke Revolution

Karaoke Revolution

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 24, 2009

Karaoke Revolution returns with an all-new lineup of music, characters, and venues! Get the party started with friends or perform solo and rise to the top of the charts. Tailor your game experience with customizable characters, wild outfits and accessories, and create your own custom venues! Can you handle the spotlight?

Karaoke Revolution

Karaoke Revolution

Nintendo Wii - Released - December 7, 2009

Karaoke Revolution returns with an all-new lineup of music, characters, and venues! Get the party started with friends or perform solo and rise to the top of the charts. Tailor your game experience with customizable characters, wild outfits and accessories, and create your own custom venues! Can you handle the spotlight?

Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore

Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore

Microsoft Xbox 360 - February 5, 2008

Step into the spotlight and become an idol. Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore delivers the most realistic recreation of the American Idol experience with an all-new next generation game engine and 40 smash hits from the 70's, 80's, 90's and today. Grab the mics and challenge your friends to find out who will be the next superstar and face the music as Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson critique your performances.

Pac-Man World 3

Pac-Man World 3

Nintendo DS - Released - December 7, 2005

The classic gaming character Pac-Man is back for the third iteration of the Pac-Man World series. The game features the classic Pac-Man powers and adds a few new abilities--such as superstomp and electric shock--to assist the yellow-ball-like hero against his ghost foes. You will also be able to take control of two different ghost characters. The game takes place in both 2D and 3D and includes the original Pac-Man arcade game.

Pac-Man World 3

Pac-Man World 3

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 15, 2005

The classic gaming character Pac-Man is back for the third iteration of the Pac-Man World series. The game features the classic Pac-Man powers and adds a few new abilities--such as superstomp and electric shock--to assist the yellow-ball-like hero against his ghost foes.

Pac-Man World 3

Pac-Man World 3

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 17, 2005

The classic gaming character Pac-Man is back for the third iteration of the Pac-Man World series. The game features the classic Pac-Man powers and adds a few new abilities--such as superstomp and electric shock--to assist the yellow-ball-like hero against his ghost foes.

Pac-Man World 3

Pac-Man World 3

Sony PSP - Released - December 6, 2005

Pac-Man is teleported by Orson through 15 different levels to fight Erwin, his army of robots, monsters and Spectral Entities to save the world, Pac-Land and the Spectral Realm. Erwin plans to siphon spectral energy from the Spectral Realm to power his army of robots in order to rule the world. Pac-Man uses punching, Rev Rolls, Butt-Bouncing and various new Power Pellets to defeat Erwin and his minions. Pac-Man also pilots Toc-Man in a battle against Erwin’s robot army. Joined by Pac-Man’s old enemies, Orson, Clyde and Pinky, and new friends along the way, Pac-Man adventures through different levels from a boneyard of old bots to a burning tower, up mountains, through deserts and the Spectral Realm to destroy all of Erwin’s Spectral Syphons. In this title, Pac-Man has also been given full speech, voiced by Martin T. Sherman.

Pac-Man World 3

Pac-Man World 3

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 15, 2005

Pac-Man returns to the platforming challenges of Pac World in this third 3D adventure, which allies the dot-munching master with a couple of his oldest rivals. A misguided mastermind named Erwin believes he's found a way to enter the Spectral Realm at will, but his machine is tearing at the very fabric of reality, and will cause the collapse of the ghosts' home plane of existence if it's not stopped. In desperation, Clyde and Pinky teleport Pac to their realm, in the hope that he can help save it before it disappears into nothingness. To overcome the many challenges of this transdimensional dilemma, Pac can run, jump, and punch, use a variety of power-ups, and even wield influence over the flow of time. Pinky and Clyde can do their part to help the cause, as both are playable in the game. For longtime fans of the arcade icon, some Pac-Man World 3 levels are based on original Pac-Man mazes, and an emulation of the coin-op sensation is included as well.

Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots

Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 25, 2011

In the years before meeting Shrek & Donkey in Shrek 2, Puss in Boots must clear his name from all charges against him that has made him a wanted fugitive. While Puss is trying to steal magic beans from the infamous criminals Jack and Jill, the hero crosses paths with his female counterpart, Kitty Softpaws, who leads him to his old friend turned enemy, Humpty Dumpty. Memories of friendship and betrayal enlarges Puss' doubt, but he eventually agrees to help the egg get the magic beans. Together, the three of them plan to steal the magic beans, travel to the Giant's castle, steal the golden goose, and clear Puss' name.

Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots

Microsoft Xbox 360 - Released - October 25, 2011

In the years before meeting Shrek & Donkey in Shrek 2, Puss in Boots must clear his name from all charges against him that has made him a wanted fugitive. While Puss is trying to steal magic beans from the infamous criminals Jack and Jill, the hero crosses paths with his female counterpart, Kitty Softpaws, who leads him to his old friend turned enemy, Humpty Dumpty. Memories of friendship and betrayal enlarges Puss' doubt, but he eventually agrees to help the egg get the magic beans. Together, the three of them plan to steal the magic beans, travel to the Giant's castle, steal the golden goose, and clear Puss' name.

Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots

Nintendo DS - Released - October 25, 2011

Puss in Boots is an action game based on the DreamWorks Animation SKG movie of the same name. It was developed by Blitz Games, and released by THQ on October 25, 2011 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and Nintendo DS. It features support for Kinect and PlayStation Move on the respective platforms. It was released on October 25, 2011 in North America and December 2 for Europe. This is the last DreamWorks Animation game to be published by THQ and the last DreamWorks Animation game to use the Kinect and PlayStation Move.

Puss in Boots

Puss in Boots

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 25, 2011

The game plot follows the story line of the 2011 film of Puss in Boots: Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas) is a talking cat named for his wearing boots and is a fugitive on the run from the law, looking to restore his lost honor. He learns that the outlaw couple Jack and Jill (Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris) have the magic beans he's been looking for most of his life, beans that can lead him to a giant's castle holding valuable golden goose eggs. When Puss tries to steal them from the outlaws' room, female cat Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek) interrupts, and both fail. Kitty is allied with Humpty Alexander Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis), a talking egg and Puss' long-estranged childhood friend from the orphanage where he was raised. Puss tells Kitty his origin story and of his feelings of betrayal for a youthful misadventure when Humpty tricked Puss into helping commit a bank robbery; Puss has been on the run since. Humpty convinces Puss to join them in finding the beans and retrieving the golden eggs. The trio steal the beans from Jack and Jill and plant them in the desert. Puss and Kitty's relationship becomes romantic. The trio ride the beanstalk into the clouds to find the castle of the late giant, while avoiding the Great Terror who guards the Golden Goose. When they realize the golden eggs are too heavy to carry, they steal the Goose, which is just a gosling, and escape the castle. While celebrating their victory, the group is ambushed by Jack and Jill, who knock Puss unconscious. When Puss wakes up, he tracks Jack and Jill to his old hometown where he learns the entire heist was a plot by Humpty to lure him home to be captured, as revenge for abandoning him on the bridge to the authorities when Humpty's youthful heist went bad. Jack, Jill, and Kitty were involved in the con. After pleas from his adoptive mother, Puss turns himself in to the guards while Humpty donates many golden eggs to the town and becomes a hero. While in prison, Puss meets Andy Beanstalk, the original Jack, from "Jack and the Beanstalk" (Mike Mitchell), who warns him that the Great Terror is in fact the Goose's mother, and it will stop at nothing to get its child back. A repentant Kitty helps Puss break out of prison and tells him she loves him. Puss tracks down Humpty, who wants the Great Terror to demolish the town. Puss convinces Humpty to help him fight off the Great Terror, saying he knows Humpty is a good person at heart. The Great Terror, a giant goose, arrives. Using the Goose as bait, Puss and Humpty lure the Great Terror out of the town, but Humpty and the Goose are knocked off the same bridge, where Puss left Humpty, with him holding onto them. Humpty knows Puss cannot hold both of them, so he lets go, sacrificing himself to save the Goose and the town. Humpty's shell cracks open to reveal he was a golden egg on the inside. The Great Terror then takes the baby Goose and Humpty back to the giant's castle. Puss' efforts to save the town make him a hero among the townspeople. In the epilogue, Jack and Jill are recovering from their injuries after being crushed by the Great Terror, Humpty is shown once again in his regular egg form, wearing a golden egg suit, as he rides the Great Terror into the clouds, and Puss and Kitty finally kiss.

Sneak King

Sneak King

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 19, 2006

Sneak King is a videogame title from Burger King for the Xbox and Xbox 360 video game consoles, released in 2006. Burger King sold the game with the purchase of value meals. Players take control of Burger King's mascot The King, in a stealth food-delivery themed game that spans four unique levels based on Burger King's own commercial advertisements. Sneak King is one of three titles released by Burger King and developed by Blitz Games as part of five week promotional campaign between November 19 and December 24, 2006. Blitz Games was chosen to develop the games, originally for the online Xbox Live Arcade, but this was later changed to a single disc that would run the game on both the Xbox and Xbox 360 consoles.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

Nintendo GameCube - Released - October 16, 2006

Bikini Bottom will never be the same. SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab brings the #1 kids gaming franchise and TV property into the bizarre and unusual, introducing never-before-seen art styles and brand new gameplay mechanics that will change your perception of Bikini Bottom forever. Embark on a series of fantastic tales through nine visually unique levels. Experience five brand new gameplay mechanics including rampaging, flying, skydiving, chase and hot rod racing. Rampage through Bikini Bottom as gigantic Plankton. Fly through the savage jaw of the enormous bull worm as SpongeBob. Blast off into outer space and survive a hi-speed asteroid field as Patrick. Plunge into the pages of a comic book as Starfishman and become the hero of the seven seas. Speed through the metallic flames, chrome and smoke-filled world of Hot Rod racing.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 16, 2006

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab brings the hit kids' show to your Nintendo Wii! See Bikini Bottom through completely different eyes -- introducing never-before-seen art styles and brand new gameplay mechanics that will change your perception of Bikini Bottom forever! Jump into the bizarre and unusual with Spongebob and his friends.

SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis

SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis

Nintendo Wii - Released - October 23, 2007

SpongeBob and Patrick stumble upon the lost magical amulet that will take them to the legendary city of Atlantis. Players join them and the rest of the group from Bikini Bottom as they ride in a magical bus. Hoping to uncover the treasures of Atlantis in order to fulfill Spongebob's dream of finding the "World's Oldest Bubble," players control whether or not that happens.

SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis

SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 23, 2007

SpongeBob and Patrick stumble upon the lost magical amulet that will take them to the legendary city of Atlantis. Players join them and the rest of the group from Bikini Bottom as they ride in a magical bus. Hoping to uncover the treasures of Atlantis in order to fulfill Spongebob's dream of finding the "World's Oldest Bubble," players control whether or not that happens.

Tak and the Guardians of Gross

Tak and the Guardians of Gross

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - 2008

Tak and the Guardians of Gross is a video game released for Wii and PlayStation 2. Plot[edit] While cleaning up a shrine, Tak removes a giant crystal and inadvertently releases the four Big G's, four of the nastiest, most disgusting Titans to terrorize Tak's village: Trashthulu the landfill giant, Slopviathan the slime giant, Gorgonzilla the molten cheese giant, and Stinkolossus the stink giant. Now Tak must find the Juju masters of the Big G's and acquire the magic needed to stop the giants before they make a mess that will take Tak an eternity to clean up!

Taz Wanted

Taz Wanted

Windows - Released - October 4, 2002

Taz has reached his boiling point in Taz: Wanted--and for good reason. Yosemite Sam locked Taz in a zoo and wants to turn his homeland into a tacky theme park. Now, as an escapee, Taz is on the run gobbling power-ups, using disguises, and leaving a wake of destruction across four hazard-filled worlds in an attempt to stop Sam. Guide Taz as he spins and bounces his way through more than 15 levels of puzzles, enemies, and destructible environments.

Taz: Wanted

Taz: Wanted

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 17, 2002

Taz has reached his boiling point in Taz: Wanted--and for good reason. Yosemite Sam locked Taz in a zoo and wants to turn his homeland into a tacky theme park. Now, as an escapee, Taz is on the run gobbling power-ups, using disguises, and leaving a wake of destruction across four hazard-filled worlds in an attempt to stop Sam. Guide Taz as he spins and bounces his way through more than 15 levels of puzzles, enemies, and destructible environments.

Taz: Wanted

Taz: Wanted

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 19, 2002

Taz has reached his boiling point in Taz: Wanted--and for good reason. Yosemite Sam locked Taz in a zoo and wants to turn his homeland into a tacky theme park. Now, as an escapee, Taz is on the run gobbling power-ups, using disguises, and leaving a wake of destruction across four hazard-filled worlds in an attempt to stop Sam. Guide Taz as he spins and bounces his way through more than 15 levels of puzzles, enemies, and destructible environments.

Taz: Wanted

Taz: Wanted

Microsoft Xbox - Released - September 17, 2002

The devious Yosemite Sam has captured Taz and locked him up as a circus animal and is planning to turn Taz's beloved homeland into a amusement park. But then Taz successfully escapes from the clutches of Sam and once again is going on the rampage to stop Sam's plans for his homeland. Blast your way through 15 different levels, each of which can be destroyed using spin, bounce and burp attacks. You can get foods such as mage hot chili and soda to aid your mission of vengeance against Sam.

The Biggest Loser: Challenge

The Biggest Loser: Challenge

Nintendo Wii - Released - November 2, 2010

Featuring expertise from trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels as well as encouragement from host Alison Sweeney and over 70 former contestants. * Personalized Training! Take part in a fully dynamic workout program that is created to target your goals and then changes as you progress. * Lose Weight, Gain Knowledge! Choose from 10 pre-set workout programs for a quick, targeted workout. * Feel the Burn! Work your entire body with the Wii Remote™ or now Controller Free exercises including upper body, core, cardio, yoga and New cardio boxing. * Success in Numbers! Train with a friend and compete in weekly challenges to see who really is The Biggest Loser. * Just for You! Customize your diet with 50 NEW healthy recipes and track your caloric intake. * Fitness Toolbox! Add in The Biggest Loser resistance bands or Stability Ball to enhance your workout or use the Wii Balance Board™ for Squats, Knee Lifts and Lunges.

The Fairly Oddparents: Breakin' Da Rules

The Fairly Oddparents: Breakin' Da Rules

Microsoft Xbox - Released - November 3, 2003

The Fairly OddParents: Breakin' da Rules is a 3D platformer game based on The Fairly OddParents cartoon. The game starts with Timmy’s parents leaving for a seminar weekend leaving the babysitter Vicky in charge. Timmy accidentally wishes he doesn’t have to follow the rules from Cosmo and Wanda’s fairy rulebook anymore. Cosmo grants this wish with the rulebook falling to the floor, but soon a news bulletin arrives that states that the first person touching the book will gain Cosmo and Wanda’s powers. Moments later Vicky picks up the book spelling trouble for Timmy and the fairies. Cosmo, Wanda and Timmy are then summoned to the Fairy court. They are found guilty for losing the rulebook and are sentenced to retrieve the rulebook within 49,5 hours or lose their Fairy license forever. In the game you take control of Timmy Turner and have to retrieve the pages from the rulebook through a variety of environments ranging from cyberspace to a medieval castle. Gameplay includes platforming, defeating enemies and puzzle solving. As well as collecting wish stars (5 stars for a wish) and crowns (100 crowns for another change at a failed task). All levels are accessed from different objects in the house.

The Fairly OddParents: Breakin' da Rules

The Fairly OddParents: Breakin' da Rules

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 18, 2003

Once again, Timmy Turner's mother and father have gone on a vacation, and left Timmy with the evil babysitter Vicky. When Timmy tries to make a wish, his fairy godparents Cosmo and Wanda tell him that it's against "Da Rules". Outraged, Timmy wishes he didn't have to follow the rules. As a result, Cosmo destroys the book; when Vicky arrives, she gains possession of Da Rules. She wishes that Timmy was still sleeping, and since she has possession of a fairy item, her wish is granted. Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda go to Fairy Court, and are accused of destroying Da Rules. Jorgen gives the three of them 49½ hours to find the missing pages of Da Rules. Timmy must navigate through ten levels and find the pages before Vicky's wishing goes too far. By the end of the game, everything is back to normal and Da Rules has all of its pages back. The PC version features a different plot. In this version, Juandissimo Magnifico tricks Timmy into wishing the book destroyed so that Cosmo and Wanda will get in trouble for it. It also notably features an appearance by Vicky and Tootie's mother (at Timmy's age, as the level featuring her is set in the past), named Nicky. Here, she is shown behaving a lot like Tootie, and Timmy initially mistakes her for Tootie when he first sees her, although the in-game graphics depict her as resembling a young Vicky. In the Game Boy Advance version, Anti-Cosmo arrives to steal the book, and Vicky is defeated at the very end to restore peace.

The Fairly OddParents: Shadow Showdown

The Fairly OddParents: Shadow Showdown

Nintendo GameCube - Released - September 8, 2004

When the TV goes out just as the season finale of Crash Nebula starts, Timmy Turner asks his Fairy Godparents for a little help. When they find their magic is gone, they quickly find out The Shadow is responsible.

The Mummy Returns

The Mummy Returns

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - October 3, 2001

The Mummy Returns is a 3rd person action adventure game where you can play as two different characters each with different moves and abilities. Follow along with the action of the movie as you play as Rich O'Connell in an effort save your son, Alex. Pickup both guns and handheld weapons to defeat the armies of ancient Egyptian evil and defeat the mummy and ultimately, the scorpion king. But when you finish there, the adventure isn't over. Play as the mummy, Imhotep, as you try to gain the power of the scorpion king to rule the world. Use your might and powerful magic to defeat the challenges before you, even suck the souls of your dieing enemies to regain health. Likenesses of the movie's actors guide you through the story as you either try to stop the mummy or play as him to rule the world.

Titan A.E. Demo CD

Titan A.E. Demo CD

Sony Playstation - Released - 2000

A video game adaptation of the movie Titan A.E. was in development by Blitz Games for PlayStation 1 and PC. The full game was cancelled largely due to the film's failed box office according to Fox Interactive. A playable demo of the game was released, with stunning visuals for a PlayStation game that supported Analog Control and the Vibration Function. It had similar gameplay to Tomb Raider, Atlantis The Lost Empire, and the Planet of the Apes video game. Cale Tucker would be the playable character. The game would also have Flight Simulator levels. The Demo CD had two playable third person exploration levels, and one flight simulator level. Video game hackers have managed to patch in 5 other playable levels in the CD, and have made "Preservation Packs" for PC and PlayStation, the intended platforms for the game.

Zapper: One Wicked Cricket

Zapper: One Wicked Cricket

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 3, 2002

In this game the player controls a cricket named Zapper on a mission to save his brother. The protagonist will have to pass through six worlds divided into 20 levels, each with hazards to avoid and eggs to capture, meeting both friends and enemies that help and hinder his progress towards a diabolical nest-building magpie named Maggie. Zapper can move in four directions, climb vertical surfaces like trees and walls, and zap opponents with his electric antennae.

Zapper: One Wicked Cricket

Zapper: One Wicked Cricket

Nintendo GameCube - Released - November 6, 2002

In Zapper, you play a small creature that embarks on a great quest. Zapper is a cricket in search of brother Zipper, who was kidnapped by the evil Maggie the Magpie. Through 18 twisted levels, you'll evade bizarre enemies and deadly hazards using your electrified antennae and springy reflexes. Zap your foes, explore your surroundings, and find and destroy eggs before they hatch. Zapper's intense action continues as you unlock hidden areas, bonus levels, and play multiplayer games.

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