It does a good job of keeping in the spirit of the film's storybook setting, and its quality graphics won't disappoint. However, platform players will find it too short and will be disappointed in the lack of puzzles and overall challenge in the game's levels.
Each of the games six levels hosts unique enemy designs and engaging boss battles that make the game worth playing. Unfortunately, Shrek: Reekin Havocs extremely short playing time prevents any recommendation of a purchase.
Should offer up enough simple running and jumping and punching and kicking to satisfy those younger gamers out there who want nothing more than to hopelessly rekindle the experience of watching the film on their GBA.