Open Season follows the movies plot and has 6 levels to play through.
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Open Season is an action-adventure game, based on the film of the same name. It was released for Wii, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo DS, and GameCube. The Nintendo DS version supports the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Boog (Chris Williams) is a 900-pound grizzly who is the star of the town Timberline’s nature show.
In a dream, Boog pursues after a giant version of his teddy bear Dinkleman, but he is soon woken by Beth (Kari Wahlgren), who takes him to the town center for Boog’s performance. But Beth finds that Shaw, a cruel hunter, has already hunted a buck. She goes into Sheriff Gordy’s police office to confront Shaw. The buck (Maddie Taylor) wakes up and introduces himself, his name being Elliot. Boog reluctantly frees him, and Shaw (Darryl Kurylo) vows revenge on Boog after Sheriff Gordy (Carlos Alazraqui) tells him he’s been living in the woods too long.
That night, Elliot decides to “free” Boog in return. He manages to lure him to the convenience store, where they finish all the chocolate bars there, but they’re discovered by the police and incapacitated with a tranquilizer gun by Beth and brought to the Timberline National Forest until the start of open season. There, Elliot claims that he knows how to get back to Timberline, prompting a road trip.
In the game, the player must do tasks for the forest animals, and when players complete a certain number, that species will become their companions, and let players throw them at hunters. Players can play as Boog and Elliot who can perform a variety actions including: Boog being able to throw skunks through hunter’s chimneys to scare them and Elliot being able to jump, sneak past hunters and luring them into traps. When players beat the game, they can play the mini-games they unlocked in single and multiplayer.
North America: September 18, 2006
Game Boy Advance
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