Finding Nemo

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Finding Nemo
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
KnowWonder, Traveller's Tales, Vicarious Visions
THQ, Disney Interactive
Disney
Action, Adventure
Game Boy Advance, macOS, Mobile Phone, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Microsoft Windows and GameCube
Retail Features
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Ratings
This title has been rated E by the ESRBThis title has been rated 3+ by PEGI
European Union European Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows, Xbox, Game Boy Advance, GameCube
September 262003[1][2]
PlayStation 2
September 262003[3]
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows, Xbox, Mac OS X
May 52003[4][5][6]

PlayStation 2
May 92003[7]
Game Boy Advance
May 102003[8]
GameCube
May 122003[9]
Mobile
July 22003[10]

Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
PlayStation 2, GameBoy Advance, GameCube
December 62003
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Finding Nemo is an action-adventure video game released in 2003 by Traveller's Tales. The game is based on the Finding Nemo film by Disney and Pixar. The goal is to complete different levels as you play of Nemo, Marlin or Dory. It includes cutscenes from the movie and each clip is based on a level, e.g. hopping through a batch of jellyfish. It was also the last Disney/Pixar game developed by Traveller's Tales.

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Review scores
Publication Score
IGN 7.0 / 10 [19][20]

The game received an average liking for its colorful regions, mini games and adventures. However, the game received much lower scores for its other unfinished graphics and its enormously frustrating gameplay; the difficulty increases largely in levels such as "Minefield", "Catch Dory", "Jellyfish Race" among others, for their quick nature and puzzling structure.

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