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DescriptionThe Clone-a-Matic is the answer to all of Dexter's problems. With it, he can duplicate himself as many times as he wants, finally giving him enough time to do everything that needs doing. It is also covered in flashing lights, and unlocked. One press of a button later, and more than a hundred miniature Dee-Dees swarm over Dexter's laboratory.
Deesaster Strikes is an isometric platformer. Explore your laboratory, return the miniature clones to the Clone-a-Matic for recombination, and repair the damage caused by your sister. Be careful, though. Your formerly helpful robots are now bent on your destruction, and there are more environmental hazards than you remember.
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|GameZone||Oct 09, 2001||8.5 out of 10||85|
|Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames||Dec 01, 2001||80|
|All Game Guide||2001||70|
|Game Over Online||Nov 22, 2001||70 out of 100||70|
|IGN||Nov 29, 2001||6.5 out of 10||65|
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qwertyuiop (32548) added Dexter's Laboratory: Deesaster Strikes! (Game Boy Advance) on Dec 13, 2009
Brian Beuken, Diane Hill, Tony Stockton, Paul Flint ("Beaker"), Lee Cawley, Matthew Smith, Kevin Norburn, Chris Yannacopoulos, Kwan Lee, Marcus Stringer, Darren Clayton, Jason Swift Clowes, Nik Bowen, Shin'en Multimedia [Sound], Manfred LinznerBAM Entertainment:
Anne Christine Gasc, Joe Booth, Lisa Cheney, Lia Tsele, Scott Smith, Thanks to the entire BAM! Entertainment staffWarner Bros.: