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Curious George (Microsoft Xbox, 2006)

  • $1500


Inspired by the 2006 animated feature film, Namco's Curious George brings the notoriously inquisitive simian to life in a 3D platform adventure. Through 12 levels that follow the story of the movie, players will explore their surroundings, collect bananas, and interact with various "curious" objects that catch George's attention (and are marked with glowing questions marks). In addition to a fun sense of mischief and occasionally unexpected results, exploring these objects can earn George credit toward unlocking new costumes and other useful items. As in the original children's books by Margaret and H.A. Rey, The Man in the Yellow Hat plays an important role as well, offering both affection and authority. Ultimately, however, it will be George's curiosity that saves the day.

Most of the animated film's original voices were not used in any of the in-game dialogue. However Frank Welker reprised his role as Curious George.

Curious George is a platform game that follows the plot of the movie. Each level has collectible bananas. George follows the man in the yellow hat and defeats bosses along the way.
Product Information
Publisher Namco
Game Curious George
UPC 722674200158
Platform Microsoft Xbox
Genre 3D Platformer
Control Elements Gamepad/Joystick
Number of Players 1
ESRB Rating E - Everyone
Release Year 2006
Game Special Features
  • Monkey around with George through 12 diverse levels
  • Earn points to unlock bonus games, artwork, accessories, and more
  • Collect bananas to unlock movie clips
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