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- features clips from the film
- voice acting by the original movie cast
- music from the movie's soundtrack
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There are 5 types of gameplay in this:
Dancing levels- I had alot of fun with these. It involves waiting for arrows to move to the bottomm of the screen into a circle then pressing it. You need to have rythm to press these on time. The first two are extremely easy, took me only 2 tries because I was getting used to the controls, but as the game progresses they get harder. The songs are Can't touch this-MC Hammer, Car Wash-Rose Royce, I like the way you move-OutKast, and the hardest song Hey Baby by an artist I don't know. MY faves were Outkast and Carwash. Its best to use a controller for these sequences. The better you do the more money you get.
Chase levels- These are 3 of these. Arrows appear on the screen and you have to move quickly to the arrows as they appear so you won't get hurt.
Side Scrolling- The side scrolling levels become more diverse as you progress. Its kind of similar to Finding Nemos side scrolling levels but more open and less linear In some levels you have to be stealthy by finding places to hide then pressing the x button. Some involve searching for other fish. Rather its hiding from the police, popperazzi, or some other task. When damage is taken you just go into doors where other fish restore your health. You can only go into a door once, but if you go in more than once you get some funny dialogue from the inhabitants. Some enemies take timing to defeat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
its a hard game but its funPublished 18 months ago by DillianTheDudeWhoReviewsSoYouDontHaveToAndSpentLotOfMoneyOnAMovieThatHasn'tBeenReviewed
no scratches and played all the way through. had no problems with it at all. was a great game. love itPublished on June 5, 2013 by sw
The game will download but after the first minute the whole screen goes black. You can hear the sound but no picture.Published on April 29, 2013 by Judy Blagg