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Thunderbirds (Game Boy Advance)

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Description

Based on the live action film released in 2004 (which in turn was based on the 1960s series starring marionettes), Thunderbirds stars Alan, Tin-Tin, and Fermat, three children whose guardians are part of the International Rescue team. The player takes control of all three children as they go through training and are then forced to travel around the world to save members of International Rescue from an evil villain known as The Hood.

The game takes place in locales such as the International Rescue island, Africa, and even outer space. Each of the three characters has his or her own unique abilities that the player must use to solve puzzles and advance through a level. Alan has strength and jumping ability, Tin-Tin has telekinetic powers that are used to move objects, and Fermat can hack computers and roll through holes. While the majority of the gameplay is primarily composed of solving puzzles from an overhead view, there are also flight action sequences where the player can fly one of the many vehicles known as the Thunderbirds.

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Thunderbirds Game Boy Advance I lost all my lives. Game over.
Thunderbirds Game Boy Advance The intro to the first mission.
Thunderbirds Game Boy Advance Lady Penelope needs you to find your friends.
Thunderbirds Game Boy Advance I died as Tin-Tin.

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Game Informer Magazine Oct, 2004 5.75 out of 10 58
GameZone Aug 19, 2004 5.1 out of 10 51
IGN Aug 10, 2004 5 out of 10 50
GamerDad Sep 06, 2004 2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars2 Stars 40
Next Level Gaming Sep 15, 2004 35 out of 100 35

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SubSane (929) added Thunderbirds (Game Boy Advance) on Aug 11, 2005