Rugrats: All Growed-Up (video game)

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Rugrats: All Growed-Up
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re-release under the Fun Club label
Publisher(s) THQ
Platform(s) PC-CD ROM
Release date(s)
  • NA October 21, 2001
  • EU October 4, 2002
Genre(s) Adventure/Platform
Mode(s) Single player

Rugrats: All Growed-Up is a single-player Adventure/Platform game for the PC. It is inspired by the Rugrats 10th anniversary special and is the only Rugrats game that features the Rugrats as preteens. In it, the babies have been catapulted ten years into the future. The goal of the game, in order to get home, is to find pieces of a time machine scattered around Dr. Spooky's castle. During the game, you can play as either Tommy Pickles, Chuckie Finster, Dil Pickles or Kimi Finster, and Reptar, who is unlocked later in the game. Angelica is not playable. However, she does narrate the game.[1]

The side-scrolling platform style gameplay has never been seen before in a Rugrats PC title. The game plays very similarly to Donkey Kong and Jumpman. It was re-released in a bargain or value edition as part of the Fun Club collection.

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