Disney has announced a new Phineas and Ferb game that will be released on the PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS and Wii this Summer.
“We collaborated closely with Disney’s video game development team to ensure that the video game captures the humour and style of our movie ,” said Dan Povenmire, Emmy Award-winning Creator/Executive Producer, Phineas and Ferb. “The antics of the characters and the immersive new worlds of the video game will extend the experience fans will encounter in the Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension.”
The PlayStation 3 system and Wii versions will allow fans to play as up to 10 characters. Players will have the option to work together in two-player cooperative mode while navigating through an old time 1928 style cartoon world, a lawn gnome land and a gelatine world. In a mission to save the world, players will journey through 25 exciting levels while overcoming obstacles and upgrading cool new gadgets including the Carbonator, that fires carbonated orange soda that can melt enemies and ninja gloves, which allows players to stick to walls. Along the way, fans will collect cool items and unlock additional playable characters, including a new OWSA special agent created specifically for the video game. The PlayStation 3 system version will also be the first time a Phineas and Ferb video game features PlayStation®Move motion controller compatible gameplay.
In the DS version of Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension, fans will play as Phineas, Ferb or Agent P. Players will jump, dodge, race and battle through five outrageous worlds featuring over 30 levels. Along the way, players will work to earn gadget upgrades including a baseball launcher and Agents P’s favourite gadget the grapple gun, while solving environmental puzzles in an effort to save Danville.
Vincent Martella as Phineas, Thomas Sangster as Ferb, Alyson Stoner as Isabella and show creators/executive producers Dan Povenmire as Dr. Doofenshmirtz and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh as Major Francis Monogram will be lending their voices to not only the Disney Channel Original Movie, but also the Wii and PlayStation 3 versions of the game.