Disney interacts with gameboy
A trio of popular television programs have inspired a lineup of Nintendo GameBoy Advance titles which brings Disney’s coolest gals to the palm of your hand. Disney Interactive, Burbank, Calif., offers a variety of gameplay–from high-powered action to engaging puzzle solving–in That’s So Raven, Lizzie McGuire 2: Lizzie Diaries, and Lilo & Stitch 2: Hamsterviel Havoc.
Based on Disney Channel’s hit show “That’s So Raven,” this game with the same name brings to life four episodes of the series, allowing players to become the psychic teenager Raven and interact with her best friends Eddie and Chelsea as they pick up skills such as purse-swinging and perfume spraying. The crew attempts to avoid the principal and stay out of detention over 20 challenging levels and four mini-games.
Just as you can’t deny the charms of Hilary Duff and the top-rated “Lizzie McGuire” series, fans won’t be able to resist the chance to live a day in Lizzie’s crazy life and read her secret diary in Lizzie McGuire 2: Lizzie Diaries. With 12 levels, this amusing adventure takes players to school, the beach, and the shopping mall, all the while trying to avoid cheerleaders and other rivals who are plotting to ruin the day.
In Lilo & Stitch 2: Hamsterviel Havoc, kids can play as both Stitch and Lilo on a mission to defeat the evil Hamsterviel with the help of 7 Experiments. With three modes of play including platform shooting as Stitch, navigation and strategy as Lilo, and action-packed racing, garners must capture each Experiment and harness its special power in order to progress. To complete the game successfully, players must outsmart the villain and other alien Experiments throughout 29 action-packed levels.
Each of these games has a suggested retail price of $29.99 and is rated E for Everyone. For more information, visit www.disneygba.com.
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