Ubi Soft's Jungle Book 2, a direct sequel to 2001's Game Boy Advance outing, is yet another adventure that doesn't lend itself to one particular genre, but to several, offering some of the most diverse gameplay seen on the Nintendo handheld.
Jungle Book 2 sees the return of all the kids' favourite characters, including Bagheera, Kaa, Baloo, King Louie and Shere Kan, and each play their own role in the game.
Yes, it's time once again to take control of Tarzan wannabe Mowgli and guide him through 20 sizeable levels that range from all-out platform stages to mini-games and puzzles. Your tasks will see you challenging the effervescent King Louie, taking a ride down a river on Baloo's belly, and you'll even come face to face with jungle enemy, Shere Kan.
Good performances and the completion of certain sections of the game will reward the players with scenes from the animation gallery, featuring photos and animated sequences of clips from the original movie.
Jungle Book 2 is a game well suited to kids, it looks great and is a lot of fun to play.