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Curious George is a 2006 platform game published by Namco, and developed by Monkey Bar Games, a division of Vicious Cycle Software. It was released for the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Microsoft Windows, and is based on the 2006 film of the same name. A separate 2D version was developed for the Game Boy Advance (GBA) by Torus Games. Most of the animated film’s original voices were not used in any of the in-game dialogue, except for the cutscenes.
However Frank Welker and David Cross reprise their roles as Curious George and Junior respectively. The game begins with Ted discovering an ancient idol in an African jungle, only to find it is three inches tall. He leaves the jungle in disappointment, giving George (voiced by Frank Welker) his yellow hat. George follows Ted through the jungle and on board a cargo ship, which serves as the setting for the next level. Onboard the cargo ship, George makes his way out of the cargo hold, where he is greeted by two sailors on deck.
The sailors tell George to dance, which leads to the first dancing minigame. After the dance, the sailors challenge George to complete an obstacle course. George explores the rest of the ship before returning to the hold, where the level ends as the ship arrives at its destination. Curious George is a platform game where the player controls George, a monkey who can jump, swing and slide around different environments. The game features 13 linear levels, which closely follow the plot of the film; each level also features cutscenes taken from the film.
Each level features collectible bananas, with the main goal being to collect idols, which advance the player to the next part of the level. The player may also be tasked with finding hidden key objects in order to advance. The levels also feature a series of highlighted objects, which award the player “curious points” for interacting with them. These points can then be used to unlock bonus items, which include hats that George can wear in-game, and the ability to replay minigames and cutscenes.
North America: February 1, 2006
Europe: December 1, 2006
Game Boy Advance
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