Rugrats: Totally Angelica

3.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
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In a game that was made with girls in mind, Rugrats: Totally Angelica stars Angelica Pickles, the loud, bossy older cousin in the Rugrats TV show. At 3 years old, she's able to talk to adults and toddlers while manipulating and terrorizing both. And in this game it's all about her. You can dress Angelica in beautiful outfits so she can compete in the fashion show. Explore the mall with her, and, on the fantasy level, ride with Angela on her magical carousel horse to rescue a trapped Cynthia.

If you want to check in on some of the other Rugrats characters, try some of the included minigames. In Chuckie's Color Match you'll help Chuckie remember the proper order of his potion's ingredients. In Cynthia's Shuffle Puzzle, you can rearrange the mixed-up puzzle pieces to reveal a picture. Best of all, with Rugrats: Totally Angelica you and your friends can trade messages--and Angelica's costumes--through the Game Boy Color's infrared port.


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ASIN B00004S99W
Release date May 4, 2000
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3.3 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #60,725 in videogames
#351 in Video Games > More Systems > Game Boy Color > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.8 x 3.9 x 0.5 inches
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At first glance, Totally Angelica seems like a great game. First of all, the graphics are great, the colors in the game are vibrant and the characters are all detalied except Susie who looks like an adult instead of a 4 year old. The game consists of Angelica walking around a mall earning clothers, jewelry and make-up to go to the fashion show and then once she earns enough points from the show she moves onto the next level of the mall. The mall has 5 levels. The problem is that Angelica must go into shops to earn the prizes she needs for the fashion show. When you go into a shop you play a mini game such as card flipping, a "Simon" memory game or a puzzle shuffle. There are only six of these games and they start to get very tiring and tedious after a while. For example, the pinball maze takes about 3 1/2 minutes to complete and you might have to do the same maze over and over again three times in a row to earn the prizes you need to advance to the next level. It can take a long time to get from mall level to mall level which can be very fusturating especially for the game's target age group. And since the developers of the game decided not to include a battery back up save like in Mario Brothers Deluxe where you just can save anytime you like, you have to write down your password when you want to save your game. This is the BIGGEST problem of the game. The password can be over 25 letters, symbols and numbers. To have to re-enter your password when you want to play again is very annoying. Not only is the password way too long but some letters and numbers have to have red boxes around them when you enter them. Only, sometimes the game won't let you put the red box around the letter or number in the password screen meaning the password you are given is useless.Read more ›
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By A Customer on November 2, 2000
MY DAUGHTER (WHO IS 5) WILL BE GETTING A GAMEBOY FOR XMAS AND I DECIDED TO TRY ALL OF THE GAMES MYSELF SO I CAN SEE IF SHE WILL LIKE THEM AND IF THEY ARE TOO HARD. THIS GAME IS DEFINITLY NOT FOR 5 YEAR OLDS. THE PASSWORDS ARE WAY TO HARD AND LONG TO ENTER, EVEN FOR AN ADULT. YOU SPEND MORE TIME PUTTING IN THE PASSWORD SOMTIME THAN YOU DO PLAYING THE GAME. THE COMPANIES THAT MAKE THESE GAMES SHOULD CONSIDER THE AMOUNT OF DIFFICULTY FOR A CHILD TO WRITE DOWN THE EXACT PASSWORD AND THEN INPUT IT BACK IN. THIS GAME HAS ALL TYPES OF ICONS FOR THE PASSWORD (LIKE HEARTS, SHOPPING CARTS, AND MANY OTHER PICTURE ICONS, NUMBERS & LETTERS) I COULD NOT EVEN PUT MY PASSWORD BACK IN AND I AM AN ADULT! MAYBE THE OLDER (10-12) GIRLS WOULD ENJOY THIS GAME?? IF THEY COULD FIGURE OUT THEIR PASSWORDS........
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By A Customer on May 31, 2000
This game is very good for all ages. You can buy clothes by winning small games. You can earn points by impressing the judges at the fasion show. When you have enough points then you can go to the next level where a few new games await you. It is fun and exiting. You can mix and match several different clothes and make up. You can make Angelica pretty or ugly with WILD hairdos. Have fun with this wonderful game.
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By A Customer on September 4, 2002
I purchased this software for my 5 year old who just loves the
rugrats - she never misses a show. Anyhow, when she first played with the cd she would not let me help her and she really loved it and i just sat there for a while with in case she needed help, but she she did not. The cd is fun, has cool music your child can create on their own, musical videos along w/ Angelica dancing to some cool and hip music, etc. Overall, I rated it a 4 because after a while ( about 4-6 weeks) my daughter wanted to play with other cds. I just think they could have added some other activites.
Evie - New York
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A Kid's Review on August 31, 2001
I think this is the most FABULOUS game. I love the way you can choose your games and it isnt always the same games as you always get to go onto different level with some different games. I also like the way you dont have to stay on the same level and can always go down a level that you have already passed and play those games and earn points if you dont understand the games that you are really on.
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A Kid's Review on February 3, 2003
I only play this game when I have at the least, 2 hours. Since it's a pain to save the game I don't. It's easy until you hit the Phil's fastion and floor number 5. I took me 45 minuts to get there and 45 playing Phil's Fation and not winning. Thats why you need a while that you don't have to stop. I highly reccoment it.
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I thought totally Angelica is a REALLY fun game it is Challgeing but it's more for 7 and up crowds I never beat it I'm stuck on the last level which is a fantasy world but its still fun
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I am six years old (okay, my mom is typing this for me). My mommy bought Totally Angelica as my first game for my new gameboy. I cried so much because it is just too hard. Even mommy took awhile figuring it out and she thinks it's boring too. It's not even that much fun. You have to do the same things over and over again and it's boring. On my daddy's old gameboy, I played Mario and it was so much fun and you get to do all different things and I am never bored. Totally Angelica is horrible. I want to take it back and buy Mario or even Winnie Pooh. I hope nobody else will cry like me. Take my word for it, it's really, really yucky.
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