||(Win 95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (RUGRATSPPR)
Ages 6 and up
Turn Paris Upside Down as You Search
for Chuckie's Wawa!
Faster than you can say `Bonjour', Chuckie lost his Wawa!
Now it's up to you and the babies to find it! Get ready for a
silly-laugh-filled, diaper wearing Paris adventure where you get to run wild in
Euroreptarland, play games and collect clues along the way to get Chuckie's
Arcade-Style games with up to 120 levels for loads of adventure.
Win the Reptar vs Robosnail Showdown after 4 games.
Choose from easy, medium or hard difficulty settings.
Features and Activities:
Euroreptarland Amusement Park - Where it all begins.
Chuckie has to be brave as he clears away the army of masks in
the Martial Arts game.
Dodge those pesky spinning rice bowls to help Baby Dil
retrieve his lost items without getting spun out.
Guide Kimi's car through the maze of twisty tracks to reach
the exit before getting slimed.
Win the ultimate showdown as you control Reptar in this
exciting robotic monster battle.
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium 166 MHz (Pentium 233 MHz
recommended), 16 MB RAM (32 MB RAM recommended), 4x CD-ROM drive (8x CD-ROM
drive recommended), Video card capable of 16 bit graphics with at least 2 MB
RAM, 16 bit Windows compatible sound card, 100 MB hard disk space free.
Tested OK on Windows XP using Windows 95 compatibility mode,
Kids Domain Review by Kim Moon
"Rugrats in Paris - The Movie
lets children "relive" the movie with many of the same characters and a
"mission." The evil Coco LeBouche becomes angry after the tykes ignore her
admonition to "don't touch anything!" and steals Wawa (Chuckie's beloved teddy
bear). The babies (the normal Rugrats gang plus Kimi) vow to find Wawa and
return it to its rightful owner. Angelica (predictably) finds her way to the
control tower where she can see everything in EuroReptarLand. (She will only
give out information when bribed with bonbons, which can be collected
throughout the park.) The others must explore the park, looking for items to
help them along their way."
"My kids really enjoy this game -- they're huge Rugrats
fans. I became really frustrated at the characters' tendency to become
"clumped" and hard to maneuver. (Tommy and Kimi --and Phil and Lil-- insist on
walking two-by-two instead of in single file. This causes real problems when
trying to get through small spaces.) The kids have waaaaaaay more patience than
I do, given that they're "helping a friend." And while this game has no
educational value, (except maybe the important lesson of helping a friend)
Rugrats fans will adore it."
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