Charlotte's Web Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Playing as Wilbur the pig or Templeton the rat, gamers will be drawn into engaging tasks as they explore four worlds including Zuckerman's Barn, a Junkyard, the Countryside and the County Fair, each containing numerous challenging levels. Along the way, players will meet and interact withPlaying as Wilbur the pig or Templeton the rat, gamers will be drawn into engaging tasks as they explore four worlds including Zuckerman's Barn, a Junkyard, the Countryside and the County Fair, each containing numerous challenging levels. Along the way, players will meet and interact with truly memorable characters from the movie including Charlotte, Wilbur's best friend and confidante, who requires aid in finding her missing spider hatchlings; and Gussy the goose, who needs help locating and hatching her goslings. Collapse
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  1. The main draw to Charlotte's Web is clearly its decently sized story mode and it absolutely delivers a fine family-friendly platforming romp for you and your kids to play and enjoy while it lasts. But once the story is long over it's the arcade mini-games that will keep you coming back for more.
  2. 60
    It's a fair platformer, but its protagonist pig isn't very capable or compelling to play as. The level design, too, lacks variety – there never were a lot of scenery changes in E.B. White's original story.
  3. The bulk of the beast is a poorly programmed platform game, with a useless jump, lamely linking itself to the book/film's story with unlocked Story Pages. [Feb 2007, p.82]