List of M&M's video games

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Since 2000, there have been six officially licenced M&M's video games. The first of these games is entitled "The Lost Formula," shortly followed in the same year by "Minis Madness," "Shell Shocked" in 2001, "Kart Racing", "Break Em'" both in 2008, and "Beach Party" in 2009.


Name Date Consoles
M&M's: The Lost Formulas 2000 PC
M&M's: Minis Madness 2000 Game Boy Color
M&M's: Shell Shocked 2001 (America), 2002 (Europe) PlayStation
M&M's Break' Em 2007 Nintendo DS
M&M's Kart Racing 2008 Wii, Nintendo DS
M&M's Adventure 2009 Wii, Nintendo DS, Playstation 2
M&M's Beach Party 2009 Wii

M&M's: The Lost Formulas[edit]


M&M's: The Lost Formulas is the first M&M's video game and was released on September 28, 2000 for computers such as Windows 95, Windows 98, and Macintosh by Simon & Schuster Interactive. It is a Crash Bandicoot style game, and also is optionally a game which teaches math.[1]


Yellow is the only playable character. There are three zones on each levels, the start zone, math zone, and the end zone. Math zone is simply start/end zone only with math problems, with difficulty of the problems slightly progressing as the levels grow higher . The game has a total of 8 levels.

M&M's: Minis Madness[edit]

M&M's: Minis Madness is a game for the Game Boy Color released in late 2000 for American markets. It is a platform game where the player controls 4 different M&M characters who each have a specific ability which can be used to solve puzzles. The characters can be switched at any time by the player.

It was rated 6 out of 10 by Nintendo Power. IGN rated it 4 out of 10, describing it as "barely competent" and too easy.[2]

M&M's: Shell Shocked[edit]

European PlayStation cover art.

M&M's: Shell Shocked was released on September 30, 2001 for American markets by Simon & Schuster Interactive. A 3D platformer game, players control Yellow M&M's in an effort to escape from their miniature counterparts (M&M minis), however red and green M&M's also make an appearance. On July 20, 2002 the game was released in Europe by JoWood Productions. This game is very similar to M&M's: The Lost Formulas except there is not a Math Zone and the name was changed. Fans of the M&M series were delighted when it was announced David Gest would be providing the voice of Red, he was quoted as saying 'I am so proud of providing the voice of such an iconic character, I phoned Micheal up as soon as I got the news and he was obviously delighted.'

M&M's Kart Racing[edit]

Main article: M&M's Kart Racing
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M&M's Kart Racing is a video game of the racing genre for the Nintendo DS and Wii video game consoles based on the M&M's license and developed by Frontline Studios. The game allows players to play one of M&M's characters in 12 race environments. It is the first and so far only M&M's racing game.


M&M's Kart Racing was critically panned upon release. GameSpot gave this game 2/10, saying "This truly horrible racing game could put you off M&M's for life". gave this game 22.5%, with the game's nearest "rival" being Shrek Swamp Kart Speedway with 24.4%. This game was given the "Flat-Out Worst Game" award in the 2008 GameSpot video game awards. IGN was a little more forgiving, but not too much, giving the DS version 3/10 and the Wii version 2.5/10.

M&M's Adventure[edit]

M&M's Adventure is a 3D platforming adventure video game developed by Nikitova Games.[3] It was released in 2009 for the Nintendo DS, Playstation 2 and Wii by Zoo Games.

M&M's Beach Party[edit]

M&M's Beach Party is a party game released for Wii on March 11, 2009. In the game, you compete with M&M's in 6 beach sports: Kayak Race, Volleyball, Mr. Runch Slam, Skeeball Race, Ring Toss, and Colornator.


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