GBA - Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo
Disney/Pixars Finding Nemo movie is also a videogame for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance and SP! Kidzworld reviews the game here!
Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo movie is a computer-generated adventure in the deep sea and, with Finding Nemo for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance, you can join the fun! You can take control of Nemo and his dad, meet all the cool fish from the flick and have a blast with the two fishy heroes as they try to get back together.
Finding Nemo Game Basics
Finding Nemo is a totally simple game to play. You can pick it up and get right into having fun without worrying about learning lots of weird controls. The simple controls are nice but the best part of the game is the variety of levels. Most of the levels are pretty standard but some levels have you escaping sharks, chasing turtles, catching bubbles and more! It's nice to have so much variety in a game.
Finding Nemo Fishy Problems
Finding Nemo is an easy game but it's also got some flaws. The biggest problem is that there's not much to unlock, except for some simple memory puzzles. Once you've played the game, there's nothing left to do except use it as a coaster.
Finding Nemo Final Word
Disney/Pixar's Finding Nemo is a decent game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance but it won't keep you busy for more than a day or two. This fishy adventure just begs to be a rental.
How Hard Is Finding Nemo?
The controls are easy to learn and the levels aren't that hard to beat.
Finding Nemo Age Rating: Everyone.
Finding Nemo Thumbs Up:
- Lots of different types of levels.
- Split storyline keeps it interesting.
Finding Nemo Thumbs Down:
- Passwords? Oh brother...
- Not many extras to unlock.
- Weak graphics in the chase levels.
Finding Nemo Game Rating:
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