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Enter the World of Video Games in 'Spy Kids 3D' for Game Boy

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July 9, 2003 - Disney Interactive's Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over for Game Boy(R) Advance and PC ships today complete with state-of-the-art Spy Kids 3-D glasses. The video game, which was developed with input by Dimension Interactive and Troublemaker Studios, is inspired by the family-friendly film from writer/director Robert Rodriguez.

In a press release announcing the game, director of marketing for Disney Interactive Bob Picunko said, "Disney Interactive continues its legacy of innovation in children's interactive entertainment by introducing 3-D images to the Game Boy Advance and PC. The Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over titles include 3-D glasses that allow players to view 3-D images, offering kids an amazing and entertaining gaming experience."

Official Synopsis for the Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over for Game Boy Advance
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over for Game Boy Advance is an innovative action-platform title wrapped inside the virtual world of video games. Kids play as Juni, who enters a video game in order to save his sister, Carmen, from the clutches of the infamous Toymaker. Players travel through 12 action-packed levels and three high speed Mech Cycle Races, matching wits with the Toymaker's best beta testers. Kids use cool gadgets, acrobatic gameplay and special moves like Combo Attacks, Rocket Boosters, Triple Kicks and Energy Stealers to defeat the Toymaker and save Carmen.

Official Synopsis for the Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over for PC
Featuring the voice of Spy Kids star Daryl Sabara (Juni), Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over for PC brings Juni and Carmen back to save the world. The evil Toymaker has created an online game that sucks players into the world of video games. Once the game goes live, kids everywhere will be pulled inside and forced to play for much more than points. Carmen and Juni enter the video game world separately to stop the Toymaker. In Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over for PC, the exciting world of the Spy Kids comes to life in three challenging games -- Battle Sticks, Cycle Race and Lava Surfing -- where kids must apply their best spy skills. The first two games require Carmen and Juni to work together in order to battle overwhelming odds. The third game allows players to challenge a friend as they go head-to-head, spy versus spy, to control the blobby lava virus. Each game demands unique spy skills a little spy luck.

Source: Disney Interactive

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