Pinky and the Brain: The Master Plan - GBA

Also known as: Pinky and the Brain: The Masterplan

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Pinky and the Brain: The Master Plan (GBA)
Viewed: 2D Side-on, Scrolling Genre:
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Warthog Soft. Co.: Warner Brothers
Publishers: Swing (GB)
Released: 23 Aug 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 3+
Connectivity: Link Cable


The two greatest Animaniacs on Earth are about to unleash a new plan of doom to bring the Earth to chaos. The Brain has devised a devilish plot to gain control of Earth's new satellite to control the planet's weather, thus brining the human race to its knees.

In a refreshing change of perspective, you get to control the Dumb and Dumber lab rats and help them on their deadly mission. But two other lab rats have stolen Brain's plan and you must embark on a hilarious mission to recover it before your time runs out.

A solid platform game, and like many other older games, The Master Plan world is divided into five sections, each comprising of four further subsections and an end-of-level boss. Each world is distinctly themed as your challenge takes Pinky and The Brain across several landscapes, including a submarine, a jeep and even the great unknown that is space.

You can only play the game with a single character at any one time, but who you play as is your decision. The two mice are controlled in the same manner, via an intuitive and simple control system, so gameplay remains identical with either character.

But if a single-player adventure doesn't cut it for you, you can give the link-up mode a whirl, in which up to four players can simultaneously take part in another four specifically designed unique locations.

Pinky and The Brain's uncomplicated gameplay means Warthog's development is accessible to any one with several fingers and a couple of thumbs. Kids will love it.