Monday, April 11, 2011
505 Games brought Johnny Test, a hit animated TV show on Cartoon Network, to the Nintendo DS on March 29th. Strap on your turbo-charged backpack in the series' first ever full-length videogame and push the limits of reality with Johnny Test and all of your favorite friends an foes from the show, including his super talking dog Dukey, his twin genius inventor sisters Mary and Susan, next-door neighbor Gil, and villains Bling Bling Boy, Mr. Wacko, and Brain Teaser.
Entering its fifth season, Johnny Test is one of Cartoon Network's most watched shows. In this sidescrolling platform adventure available exclusively on the Nintendo DS, Johnny tampers with Susan and Mary's "Real Life Simulator" machine, inadvertently allowing Mr. Wacko access to the machine, who uses it to turn the town of Porkbelly into a Medieval city. If that weren't enough, Brain Freezer is holding the twins' beloved Gil Nexdor hostage. Johnny and Dukey will push all the limits with numberous laboratory gadgets trying to fix this experiment gone wrong. They will have to break some rules in order to stop the bad guys and save Porkbelly - all before his parents find out.
Johnny Test Game Features:
12 Hilarious Levels - Play through 12 mind-bending levels of non-stop adventure, including side-splitting story and video game parodies.
Alter-Ego Gameplay - Play as Johnny or as his alter egos: Johnny X or Trooper J.
Push the Limits - Speed limits, time limits, physical limits - with a fantastic collection of gadgets fresh from the laboratory and power-ups galore.
Customize Yourself - Change Johnny's mood and ego as you play through each different level, utilitzing his attitude to help advance in each situation.
My boys, Logan and Adam, view Johnny Test on Cartoon Network when they get the chance. Being that they already watch and like the show, they were stoked to find out that there's a Nintendo DS game based upon the show. The characters are familiar to my boys and they both have gotten a kick out of the different challenges and humor in the game. It's not something to be too concerned about, but there is some mischief that takes place. The graphics are somewhat old-school, with the video game parodies. Johnny Test has enough levels and gameplays to keep kids engaged and entertained for quite a while.
I received product for review from Reverb Communications. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.