In The Cat in the Hat you traverse through 16 levels of pandemonium with the Cats amazing umbrella.
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The Cat in the Hat (also known as Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat) is a 2003 2.5D platform game for PlayStation 2, Xbox, Microsoft Windows and Game Boy Advance. The PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions were developed by Magenta Software. The Windows and Game Boy Advance versions were developed by Digital Eclipse. All versions of the game were published by Vivendi Universal Games. It is based on the 2003 film of the same name, which was released shortly after the game.
A version for the GameCube was planned, but was never released. On a stormy day, Conrad (Chase Chavarria) and Sally (Andrea Bowen) are confined inside their house while their mother is gone. The Cat in the Hat (Chris Edgerly) arrives to bring them cheer, but their next-door neighbor, Larry Quinn (Fred Tatasciore), steals the Crab Lock that seals the Cat’s magical crate, causing magic to flood the house and unleash chaos that threatens the world.
The Cat makes his way through different stages—household objects or rooms which have been corrupted by the magic—with the guidance of the family’s fish (Nolan North), recaptures the magic, and chases Larry Quinn, who is after the magic in a quest to become immensely powerful. After cleaning the house of magic and besting Larry Quinn, the Crab Lock reattaches to the crate, sealing away the magic.
The plot of the Game Boy Advance version is largely the same, with the exception that Conrad removes the lock, as Larry Quinn is not present. In addition to platforming stages, the Game Boy Advance version contains four stages where the player scuba dives to obtain pieces of the Crab Lock. There’s also a bonus stage where the Cat drives his cleaning machine to catch Thing One and Thing Two. Collectibles include icons related to the theme of the stage as well as enemies that have been defeated.
The Cat in the Hat
North America: November 5, 2003
Europe: March 19, 2004
Game Boy Advance
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