Muppets Party Cruise

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Muppets Party Cruise
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PlayStation 2 cover art
Developer(s) Mass Media Inc.
Publisher(s) TDK Mediactive
Distributor(s) Jim Henson Home Interactive
Platform(s) GameCube, PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance
Release date(s) Nintendo GameCube
  • NA November 11, 2003
PlayStation 2[1]
  • NA November 13, 2003
  • PAL April 16, 2004
Genre(s) Party game
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer (up to 4 players)

Muppets Party Cruise is a party video game released in 2003 by Mass Media Inc.. Players have the choice between a "short cruise" and a "long cruise". In the "short cruise" players simply select a mini-game to play. In the "long cruise", players are characters on a board-game style board and must try to collect "party favours". Party Favours/coins are given for each mini-game won. The ending 'rap' by Kermit has become infamous through being repeatedly played on GamesRadar's podcast TalkRadar.

Story[edit]

Several famous Muppet characters are off on a long-awaited long cruise. Unfortunately for them, the magnificent Muppets find themselves stuck on the bottom deck of the boat. They develop a plan to get out, however, in which they set up fun mini-games in their cabins to earn party favors. Players use the party favors to unlock mini-games and battle their way up five decks, eventually leading to First Class.

Featured characters[edit]

Playable characters[edit]

The following Muppets appear and are playable characters:

Other characters[edit]

The following Muppets also appear, but are not playable characters:

Decks[edit]

Each of the decks of the party cruise are sorted in order of appearance in the game:

  • Engine Rooms -
  • Crews Quarters -
  • Quality Cabins -
  • Star Suites -
  • Royal Staterooms -

Mini-Games[edit]

  • Beach Speeders - Hosted by Scooter
  • Bunsen's Burners - Hosted by Dr. Bunsen Honeydew
  • Cannon Fodder - Hosted by Gonzo
  • Crustacean Crush - Hosted by Pepe the King Prawn
  • Dune Buggies - Hosted by Clifford
  • Looney Unicycles - Hosted by Fozzie Bear
  • Outta Gas - Hosted by Sweetums
  • Pigsty Party - Hosted by Andy Pig and Randy Pig
  • Rhythm Mayhem - Hosted by Animal
  • Shuffle Chalk - Hosted by Statler and Waldorf
  • Slippery When Wet - Hosted by Kermit the Frog
  • Speed Bingo - Hosted by Bean Bunny
  • Stage Fright - Hosted by The Swedish Chef
  • Stinky Cheese - Hosted by Rizzo the Rat
  • Tug 'O War - Hosted by Miss Piggy

Locked mini-games[edit]

  • Aeroplane Island - Hosted by Janice
  • Asteroid Belt - Hosted by Link Hogthrob and Dr. Julius Strangepork
  • Chemical Imbalance - Hosted by Beaker
  • Fish Flingers - Hosted by Lew Zealand
  • Food Fight - Hosted by Dr. Teeth
  • Gumball Drops - Hosted by Johnny Fiama and Sal Minella
  • Lights Out - Hosted by Crazy Harry
  • Natural Disaster - Hosted by the Newsman
  • Power Boating - Hosted by Bobo the Bear
  • Scuba Driving - Hosted by Camilla the Chicken
  • Short Circuit - Hosted by Digit
  • Sling Ball (AKA Precision Painter) - Hosted by Sam the Eagle
  • Spinball - Hosted by Floyd Pepper
  • Ticklin' The Ivories - Hosted by Rowlf the Dog
  • Too Cool - Hosted by Zoot

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of Muppets
  • Steve Whitmire - Kermit the Frog, Rizzo the Rat, Beaker, Bean Bunny, Link Hogthrob, Andy Pig
  • Eric Jacobson - Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear
  • Dave Goelz - Gonzo, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Randy Pig, Waldorf, Zoot, Digit
  • Jerry Nelson - Floyd Pepper, Statler, Crazy Harry, Camilla the Chicken, Dr. Julius Strangepork, Lew Zealand
  • Kevin Clash - Clifford, Sam Eagle
  • Brian Henson - Scooter, Janice, Sal Minella, The Muppet Newsman
  • John Henson - Sweetums
  • John Kennedy - Dr. Teeth, Animal
  • Bill Barretta - Pepe the King Prawn, Johnny Fiama, Bobo the Bear, Rowlf the Dog, The Swedish Chef

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