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A while back I reviewed Phineas and Ferb Across the 2nd Dimension Wii game. At first it was a little over Jayden's skill level. We tried it but decided to give it a rest. So I just put it in his video game tub, but didn't draw attention to it. I figured sometime in the future he'd be able to play it. Jayden found it and asked to play. I let him and told him it might be too hard. Jayden tried it out and in no time was having a great time. He has even beat the game and gotten to the credits at the end. So when I saw the game Phineas and Ferb: Quest For Cool Stuff for Wii I knew Jayden would want to try it out.
Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff really does follow the story line of the Disney series including lots of action, imagination, and humor. Stepbrothers, Phineas and Ferb travel to out of this world places in their latest invention, the A.T.T. (All-Terrain Transformatron). The A.T.T. is a super cool amphibious ride that takes the boys to many creative locations in their hunt for lost treasures to display in their backyard museum of Cool. This game fatures many of the tv characters including Perry the Platypus (also known as Agent P), Candace, Isabella, Buford, Baljeet, and the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. Dr. Doofenshmirtz is determined to use his latest creation, the "get-rid-of-cool-stuff-inator" on the Tri-State Area.
Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff Features Include:
- Multiple Gameplay Modes:
- Exploration Mode: Switch on-the-fly between ambitious innovator Phineas and silent, but stoic “Man of Action” Ferb, as they explore an ancient lost temple, underwater caverns and more in search of treasure!
- Build, upgrade and customize the A.T.T. (All-Terrain Transformatron), then take it on treasure-seeking adventures around the world.
- Action Mode: Transform Perry from mild-mannered pet to super-secret Agent P, and battle to save the Tri-State Area from the bumbling Dr. Doofenshmirtz.
- Original Storyline: Experience four intertwining episodes filled with witty humor and wacky adventures.
- Museum of Cool: View the loot collected inside including the lost Atlantis hieroglyph, caveman’s first stone wheel, floating baby head, and much more.
Jayden jumped right into this game. I think he expected it to be like his other game and was surprised when it wasn't. He really liked that he could pick who he wanted to be and liked choosing to be Perry the Platapus (Agent P) most of the time. It took him a little time to figure out how to jump and move the characters around since it is different then the other game. Once he figured it out he was off and loving this game. It is more challenging then the first for him, but I'm glad that he has something that makes him think a little more. This game is in the favorite game rotation right now. Since Jayden has been able to beat the first game and get all the way to the credits I'm glad this game is a little more challenging and keeps his interest going.
This would make a great gift for anyone that wants a little challenge. The rating is for everyone, but I think too young won't understand what to do. This game is available for many game systems including Wii, WiiU, XBOX 360, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 3DS.
Buy it: Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff - Nintendo Wii
Thank you to Reverb Communications for sponsoring the review.
I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure