Curious George Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: The Man with the Yellow Hat sets out on a journey to Africa in hopes of finding an artifact exotic enough to save the museum where he works. George, a curious little monkey with an insatiable taste for adventure, follows the Man with the Yellow Hat back to the big city where his spunky andThe Man with the Yellow Hat sets out on a journey to Africa in hopes of finding an artifact exotic enough to save the museum where he works. George, a curious little monkey with an insatiable taste for adventure, follows the Man with the Yellow Hat back to the big city where his spunky and fun-loving nature endears him to new friends he meets along the way and lands him in a series of mis-adventures. Guide George through a variety of adventure-packed levels based on the Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment animated feature film, Curious George. Explore, solve puzzles, collect items and above all, be curious! Meet and greet your favorite movie characters, unlock special mini-games and more. Loads of bonus content will keep you playing long after the main quest is solved. Expand
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  1. Curious George is just challenging enough to be a lot of fun for young gamers, and the game is so good they'll play to the end.
  2. Nintendo Power
    70
    In the GBA side-scrolling platformer, George must traipse through the jungle, stow away on a cruise ship, and then chase down an artifact that has been stolen from the local museum--a journey that will eventually lead him back to the jungle from where he came. [Apr 2006, p.86]
  3. The GBA version of Curious George's latest adventure is a more challenging affair than its console counterparts--unfortunately, it isn't a longer one.
  4. Nintendo Gamer
    61
    Genuinely playable. [Nov 2006, p.77]
  5. It's a perfect example of a lazily-produced game because the makers thought that the target audience wouldn't notice.
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  1. KratMan
    Feb 21, 2006
    0
    Curious George is about as exciting as a snail crossing a desert. I would rather die than have to play another second of this baloney!