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- Three deadly villains have teamed up and bought an army of monkey ninjas to take over the world. Kim Possible is on the case, to track these villains down!
- Fight your way through armies of villains using Kim's special fighting skills in 8 unique levels
- Use cool spy equipment disguised as typical high-school girl stuff -- from force fields to mini lasers that look like lipstick tubes
- Password save
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I was overjoyed to find that I had thought wrong, as the game is awesome and infectiously fun as well as being true to the show. Kim and the other characters are animated superbly and as Kim you can perform basic attacks, jumps and blocks as well as cartwheels, super jumps, rolls and use special items. The platform game style is done very well with good level design and bright color and most importantly unlike some of the lesser TV show games out there, the settings match perfectly with the show.
Back in my day, I feel old saying this even though I'm only 22, me and the nieghbourhood kids would spend hours on the old NES and be amazed by the quality of the games, it really shows just how far we've come now that you can play KP in full color, with actual clips from the show on a hand held system.
If you like Kim Possible then you will love this game! It captures the show perfectly and is a delight to play!
I have gotten past most of the levels but sometimes I've forgotten my password. But If I forget it, I do it over again I get better every time. If you buy this game here are some tips:
1. Save your passwords.
2. If you see Wade on the "Kimmunicator," press
3. If you are stuck, look at the manual
Well I hope you buy and enjoy this game.
It's been 4 months since she got this one and she is still going strong with it, so much so that she has put the other cartridges in her closet and does not tote them around on all trips out of the house like she used to. I think she really likes the concept of this game as Kim bashes up the bad guys and is her hero as she knows a lot of moves.
There are many levels to this game and each time she reaches a new level she is so excited that she makes me feel I should learn a thing or two about video gaming too...but I am really hopeless at it. Right now I have had to ask her to restrict her Game Boy to under an hour or less a day because left to herself this is all she'd rather do. Play Kim Possible.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
game great condition, shipped on time,and the kids love itPublished 17 months ago by Maureen McChesney
I don't really like this game because video games are my life! It is way too easy. I had this done on the first try in 20 minutes. Read morePublished on May 13, 2013
IT ARRIVED PROMPTLY IN GREAT CONDITION :0) ONE OF MY FAVORITE GAMES I EVEN BOUGHT SAME ONE FOR MY NEICEPublished on June 14, 2010 by K. Michael
Kim Possible: Revenge of Monkey Fist is a o.k. platformer, not as good as the sequal's; Kim Possible II and Kim Possible III: Team Possible. Read morePublished on August 30, 2006 by Mark A. Williams
i got it for13 dollers and its not worth it,bad graphics,bad story,bad and hard controls,and finaly this game is boring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read morePublished on March 25, 2006
i have not played the game yet but it sounds super great!!!i very much want it,but my parents will not buy it and i have no money buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuutttttt, i could save up!!!Published on August 24, 2005
It's a little hard when you first do it. It sometimes gets boring after I win it a few times. But then I stop for a few days then I play it some more so it will be hard again.Published on August 19, 2005
I have not played this game,but looking at the screenshots it looks like yet another sidescroller.Sidescrollers,other than crazy drake are (bad).Published on May 26, 2005
My 6yr old daughter loves Kim Possible, so I got her this game. She enjoys the game but the major problem is you can't save your spot - so everytime you turn off the game you have... Read morePublished on April 13, 2005 by Jennifer