Spice World (video game)

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Spice World
Spice Coverart.png
Developer(s) Sony Computer Entertainment Europe[1]
Publisher(s) EU SCEE

NA Psygnosis

Platform(s) PlayStation
Release date(s)
  • EU June 1998
  • NA 31 July 1998
Genre(s) Music
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution CD-ROM

Spice World is a music video game developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe[1] for the PlayStation.


With tracks like "Wannabe,", "Who Do You Think You Are", "Move Over", "Spice Up Your Life," and "Say You'll Be There," each animated Spice Girl will offer a few comments as they tour the game's stages, experiencing a DJ and dance instructor that speak in stereotypical fashions. There are eleven dance moves, each one a different combination of four buttons. The game also contains a dozen interviews along with other entertaining moments, such as Geri Halliwell pinching Prince Charles' bottom, and the girls wreaking havoc on a Japanese talk-show.

In the game, players have to prepare the Spice Girls for a live television concert by doing such things as teaching them the dance steps they must do for the performance, choosing the song they will perform, and the sequence in which the song's lyrics will be sung. When it's time for the show to happen, the player gets to be a camera-person, deciding which camera shots will go and the angle from which the girls will be seen. The player gets to watch the girls "sing" and dance as the player has directed them to, with the camera shots selected by the player. The player is instructed by a disco king on what to do. The Spice Girls lent their voices to their characters in the game.



  • Mixing Room
  • Dance Practice
  • Dance Record
  • Television Studio
  • Spice Network
  • Options



Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
GameRankings 40.00%[2]

The game received an average score of 40.00% at GameRankings, based on an aggregate of 4 reviews.[2]


  1. ^ a b c Game Manual. 1998. 
  2. ^ a b "Spice World for PlayStation". GameRankings. Retrieved 26 May 2014. 

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