The government will look to a new type of secret agent to help protect the planet this summer -- an elite force of guinea pigs. Disney Interactive Studios will publish the G-FORCE videogame, inspired by the upcoming feature film G-FORCE from Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films. G-FORCE is scheduled to deploy to North American retail outlets in July 2009.
G-FORCE will carry out missions on Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PSP, Nintendo DS and Windows-based PC.
G-FORCE is a fast-paced action-platform game featuring a unique team of specially trained guinea pigs that use high-tech gadgets and specialized talents to complete a dangerous secret mission. Players control Darwin, the G-Force team leader, and housefly surveillance commando Mooch. Darwin and Mooch team up with the rest of G-Force to use their unique high-tech gadgets, stealth mastery, and pint-sized teamwork to save the world from a robot army of evil household appliances. G-FORCE features innovative gameplay with a unique sense of scale and puzzle solving that requires players to manipulate environments or enemies, including evil household appliances like waffle irons, water coolers and vacuum cleaners to complete their mission.
Published by Disney Interactive Studios, the G-FORCE game for consoles and Windows PC is being developed by Eurocom. The Nintendo DS and PSP system versions are being developed by Keen Games.
Actors Jon Favreau ("Hurley"), Bill Nighy ("Leonard Saber") and Sam Rockwell ("Darwin") reprise their roles from the motion picture, and help bring to life the characters and story in the G-FORCE videogame.
In addition, G-FORCE: THE MOBILE GAME will also be available in June 2009 on most major wireless carriers. G-FORCE: THE MOBILE GAME is an action-strategy game featuring core members of G-Force team. In this prequel to the movie, you and your teammates conduct a series of training missions by following clues, solving puzzles, and destroying enemy targets in preparation for real-life situations. G-FORCE: THE MOBILE GAME will be available for iPhone and Java/Brew platforms, and has a suggested retail price of $6.99 (prices may vary by carrier).