South Park 10: The Game

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South Park 10: The Game
South Park 10 - The Game - title screen.jpg
Title screen for South Park 10: The Game
Developer(s) Mr.Goodliving[1]
Publisher(s) RealNetworks[1]
Platform(s) Mobile phones[1]
Release date(s)
  • EU March 28, 2007
[2]
Genre(s) Action[2]
Mode(s) Single-player[1]

South Park 10: The Game is a mobile game based on the animated television series South Park.[3] The game was developed by Mr.Goodliving, published by RealNetworks[1] and was released on 28 March 2007.[2] The game is a standard platform game with abilities to pick up objects and use them to reach heights. Most of the moves are exclusive to each playable character in the game. The game was released after the television conclusion of South Park season 10 in late 2006.

Gameplay[edit]

South Park 10: The Game features ten stages, each stage based upon one episode from each season (one up to ten), each stage is made up of three levels and one bonus level unlocked by collecting a certain amount of Cheesy Poofs.[3]

Stages[edit]

Volcano[edit]

Based on the episode, Volcano in Season 1, players control Scuzzlebutt and must save trapped citizens in the mountains from the erupting volcano, avoiding lava and mishaps with usable objects.

Cow Days[edit]

Screenshot showing typical gameplay of South Park 10: The Game, this showing the "Cow Days" stage.

Based on the episode in Season 2, the player is a holstein cow and avoids farmers while freeing trapped cows, safely carrying them to the exit.

Starvin' Marvin in Space[edit]

Based on the returning episode of Starvin' Marvin, you play as the character of the same name and play missions similar to the previous seasons and free Ethiopian children from police officers and a religious lady, who ends up becoming a boss in the bonus level.

Trapper Keeper[edit]

Playing Kyle, players must rescue Cartman inside the enormous Trapper Keeper monster in the episode Trapper Keeper. In the mission Kyle must avoid weird electronic creatures and harmful tentacles.

Butters' Very Own Episode[edit]

Based on the final events of Butters' Very Own Episode, Butters Stotch must risk his life to get through the scary forest and return home safely, avoiding wolves, bats, and monstrous tree roots.

The Death Camp of Tolerance[edit]

Lemmiwinks has been stuck up Mr. Slave's anus and the spirits from other dead animals encourage him to escape the gay man's body. So players must control a cute little gerbil and dodge whatever is waiting in the bowels of the human body and claim freedom from the top. This world is based on the episode The Death Camp of Tolerance.

Grey Dawn[edit]

The senior citizens want their drivers licenses back and so they call up AARP and they take everyone in South Park hostage instead of the four boys who escape in the process. The boys come up with a plan to lock Country Kitchen Buffet so starvation can weaken the old people and foil their plans. First off Stan must reach the restaurant. This world is based on the season 7 episode Grey Dawn.

Good Times with Weapons[edit]

Fight through ninjas as Kenny and join the other boys in finding Butters before the parents know about the accident they caused. This world is based on the episode of the same name.

Die Hippie, Die![edit]

Based upon the episode Die Hippie, Die, Cartman wants all the hippies to be gone. So he must clean out the houses full of hippies and avoid their music clouds which will damage him.

Smug Alert![edit]

Cartman must manage to rescue the trapped people in San Francisco including Kyle from the smug released from hybrid cars. This world is based upon the episode Smug Alert! of season 10.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "South Park 10: The Game review - Pocket Gamer". Pocket Gamer. Retrieved 2010-08-09. 
  2. ^ a b c "IGN: South Park 10: The Game". IGN. Retrieved 2010-08-09. 
  3. ^ a b "South Park 10: The Game - review by Mobile Game Faqs". Mobile Games FAQs. Retrieved 2010-08-11.