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The TV game show Hugo sparked numerous video games based on or inspired by the show. There were more than 30 games sold in over 10 million copies, for Amiga, Commodore 64, PC, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Game Boy and mobile game versions and spin-offs. Most of the tiles are the platform games or minigame sets, but there are also some quiz-type educational games.There were also various re-editions and compilations of the previous titles. In 2005 Hugo was rebranded into Agent Hugo for a new series of games.
- 1 Hugo series
- 2 Agent Hugo series
- 3 Other games
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Hugo series[edit | edit source]
Agent Hugo series[edit | edit source]
Agent Hugo is a series of action video games by ITE Media based on the Hugo franchise. Released only in Europe, the original game was released in 2005. It was followed by Agent Hugo: Roborumble in 2006, Agent Hugo - Lemoon Twist in 2007 and Agent Hugo: Hula Holiday in 2008.
Other games[edit | edit source]
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Hugo and the Kikurean Sunstones[edit | edit source]
Hugo and the Kikurean Sunstones is a 3D platform game in the style of Crash Bandicoot that was released in 2000 for PlayStation.
The deep-jungle village of the otherwise cheerful Kikurians is in great danger. The volcano near the village can erupt at any moment, since the evil witch Scylla clogged the crater with a huge boulder, threatening to flood the Kikurian village with lava. To save the village, Hugo must find three magic sun stones located in old Inca pyramid.
Hugo: Black Diamond Fever[edit | edit source]
Hugo: Black Diamond Fever is a 3D platform game genre released for PlayStation in 2001.
Scylla is back and this time she found the spell that would make her the most powerful witch of all time. For this she requires very rare black diamonds, which are to be found on the jungle island where the Kikurians live. She takes them all prisoner and forces them to work day and night in search of black diamonds. The Kikurian elder asks Hugo to liberate the slaves and Scylla's evil plot before it's too late.
Hugo: Bukkazoom![edit | edit source]
Hugo: Cannon Cruise[edit | edit source]
Scylla found out the location of the Phoenix Tree, in which only once every 1000 years a single apple grows. If one eats the apple after it has become ripe, his or her three wishes will be fulfilled. Scylla strives from the deepest soul for absolute power and eternal beauty - and because she hates the trolls, she would love to see them eradicated. Now she sees her chance came to all their wishes. Hugo and his friend Fernando must reach the cave before the witch does or else he and all trolls will be destroyed.
Hugo: Jungle Island[edit | edit source]
Hugo: Jungle Island is a series of two 3D platform games, originally released by ITE Media in 1999 and 2000. In these games, Scylla has once again kidnapped Hugo's family but this time she keeps them caught on a jungle island.
Hugo Smakkaball[edit | edit source]
Together with his family, his friends and even his sworn enemies Hugo takes part in Smakkaball sport tournament.
Hugo: The Evil Mirror[edit | edit source]
Scylla has used her magic powers to trap Hugo in a mirror. The wicked witch had broke it into three pieces and magically scattered the pieces across the world. His three children Rit, Rat and Ruth are the only ones who can free him. To break the spell, each child must find a piece of the mirror.
Hugo: The Forces of Nature[edit | edit source]
Hugo: The Forces of Nature is an educational game made in 2002. Nature catastrophes has striken the island where the Kikurians live. It's up to hugo to stand up against the forces of nature and, in the end, battle Scylla as well.