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Shrek the Third (Nintendo DS, 2007)

Product Information

  • The DS version of Shrek the Third features an original story told from Donkey's point of view that takes during the events of the movie. Players take control of Shrek, Puss in Boots, and Arthur, swapping between the three on the fly in order to solve puzzles and advance through 16 levels of action. Three friends can play through the entire game cooperatively if each one has their own system and game cartridge. Users can also allow friends to wirelessly download a demo of the game.

Product Identifiers

  • Publisher

    Activision

  • eBay Product ID (ePID)

    214703205

Product Key Features

  • Release Year

    2007

  • Genre

    Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure

  • Platform

    Nintendo DS

  • Game Name

    Shrek the Third

Additional Product Features

  • Number of Players

    1-15

  • ESRB Rating

    E-Everyone

  • Control Elements

    Gamepad/Joystick

  • Location

    USA

  • ESRB Descriptor

    Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief

  • Game Name Special Features

    COMMAND THE POWERS OF CHARACTERS Features an original Shrek story Play as Shrek, Puss in Boots, and Arthur WORK YOUR WAY THROUGH 20 LEVELS CHALLENGE FRIENDS TO SUCH MINI-G Up to three fri

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Shrek the Third (video game)

2007 video game

2007 video game

Shrek the Third
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Developer(s)Amaze Entertainment[a]
Vicarious Visions(GBA, NDS)
Publisher(s)Activision
Composer(s)Winifred Phillips
SeriesShrek
Platform(s)
ReleaseGame Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, Wii, Xbox 360,
  • NA: May 15, 2007
  • AU: June 6, 2007
  • EU: June 22, 2007
PlayStation 2
  • NA: May 15, 2007
  • AU: June 6, 2007
  • EU: June 28, 2007
PlayStation Portable
  • NA: May 15, 2007
  • AU: June 6, 2007
  • EU: July 20, 2007
Genre(s)Action-adventure
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Shrek the Third is an action-adventure video game based on the 2007 DreamWorks Animationanimated film of the same name, developed by Amaze Entertainment, 7 Studios, Shaba Games and Vicarious Visions.[1] The game was published by Activision on May 15, 2007, for Game Boy Advance, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable.

The soundtrack was composed by Winifred Phillips and produced by Winnie Waldron, with additional music by Geoff Zanelli. It was the last DreamWorks Animation game released for the Game Boy Advance.

Gameplay[edit]

The storyline of Shrek the Third is based on the film. Shrek has to find Artie to have him serve as King of Far Far Away, while Prince Charming attempts to storm the city, and take the throne by force. Players can play as main characters from the film, including Shrek, Donkey, Puss in Boots, Princess Fiona, Fiona's cousin Arthur, and Sleeping Beauty. The game consists of 20 levels, some of which branch off from the main story of the movie, and features both single-player, and multiplayer play. These features vary based on the console.

Story mode[edit]

The game's general interface (PS2 version) for the story mode in one of the early levels

There are 6 characters the player can play as, all 5 of the movies' main characters, Shrek, Donkey, Puss in Boots, Arthur, Fiona, and one of the supporting characters, Sleeping Beauty. Puss in Boots is the only character that can double jump. The Gingerbread Man, King Harold, and Pinocchio are voiced by their movie actors.

There are 20 levels in Shrek the Third. The levels are highly linear, with side paths containing rewards for the completion of mission-style quests (three or five) and easter eggs such as an appearance by the (Penguins) from the Madagascar film. After completing a level, the player is awarded bonus Far Far Pounds, the game's currency used for purchasing items in the gift shop. The difficulty setting multiplies the bonuses obtained.

There are numerous boxes, barrels, and other smashables scattered around the levels. Most contain fairy dust for use in special attacks, but a few contain coins and food. Coins are of either gold or red colors (called Far Far Pounds). In addition to the aforementioned smashables, a source of Far Far Pounds can often be just finding them scattered around, as well as under certain circumstances, enemies. Gold coins are worth 3 pounds and red coins are worth 10 pounds. The player has to fight with fists and swords against multiple enemies, like pirates, guards, athletes, evil trees, and witches, depending on the level the player is in. After an enemy has sustained several hits, a finishing move can be used on them, which, when activated, plays an animation of the currently selected character finishing off the enemy, defeating them instantly, as well as causing them to drop special purple fairy dust. Felled enemies will drop fairy dust that will fill up the three-part special attack meter.

Minigames[edit]

There are 6 minigames in Shrek the Third. Playing them does not affect the main game (that is, no bonus Far Far Pounds are awarded). By obtaining a high enough score after each game (the amount varies depending on the game), three different medals are awarded; bronze, silver and gold (in order from lowest to highest).

Reception[edit]

Reception

Shrek the Third received mixed reviews from critics.[b]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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  22. ^Hollingshead, Anise (May 14, 2007). "Shrek The Third - WII - Review". GameZone. Archived from the original on January 25, 2009. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
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External links[edit]

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Shrek the Third

In Shrek the Third, players journey as Shrek and his friends to save Far, Far Away in a twisted fairytale adventure from the movie and beyond. Assuming the roles of Shrek, Puss-in-Boots and newcomer Artie, players journey beyond Far Far Away with the help of Merlin's magic wand. The Nintendo DS game tells the story of how Shrek and friends must work together to solve puzzles and defeat enemies while overcoming the band of villains that Prince Charming has sent out to capture Shrek.


Multiplayer

Local Multiplayer - Cooperative: 3

For more info on these technical requirements and features, please view GameSpy's Specs FAQ.

  • MULTIPLE PLAYABLE CHARACTERS - Both the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance versions feature Shrek, Puss-in-Boots and Artie as playable characters and players must utilize them as a team to get through certain levels. Players will learn how to utilize each character's strengths to solve certain situations. The story narration in the Nintendo DS version is told from Donkey’s point of view which blends his humorous commentary into storybook cut-scenes.
  • MULTIPLAYER CO-OP - Wireless multiplayer co-operative gameplay on Nintendo DS for up to three players, with gameplay spans across both Nintendo DS screens. The entire game is playable in both single and multiplayer mode. Up to three players independently control one of the three main characters. In "Dual Screen Spectator Mode," a player that is not controlling a character can aid with spells and microphone input.
  • INTERACTIVE OBJECTS - A world full of objects that react to the characters' input as well as touch screen controls. Donkey uses Merlin's Magic Wand to remotely aid the playable characters with humorous spells.
  • SPECIAL VOICE FEATURES - Players use the built-in Nintendo DS microphone to activate select magical spells and abilities such as Artie's ability to float across water.
  • TOUCHSCREEN PLAY - Innovative use of the touch screen allows characters' movements to be enhanced through sweeping strokes of the stylus.
  • SINGLE-CARD DOWNLOAD PLAY - Send the game to up to 15 of your friends so that players can play together (up to 3 can play in single card gameplay at a time.)
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