Games from the same developer: Madagascar 3: The Video Game
variety in stage design
chosen game type does not match with the film
difficulty should increase over time
good controls explanation needed
salow platforming sequences
characters polygons(model complexity)
background polygons(model complexity)
too simple graphics
ambient sound effects
main single player mode can be played with two players
Conclusion - Rating
equal with the best games of its genre in few sections
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