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|The Rugrats Movie|
Game Boy cover art
|Platform(s):|| Game Boy|
Game Boy Color
|Release date:|| Game Boy:|
Game Boy Color:
February 28, 1999
The Rugrats Movie is a 1998/1999 traditional 8-bit 2D video game based loosely on the film of the same name.
Tommy Pickles' little brother Dil has vanished without a trace and it is up to the Rugrats to find him. The game features eight levels including Pickles house, the hospital, woods, and ancient ruins. There are two levels in which you drive the Reptar Wagon in a top-down perspective, but the rest features standard side-scrolling platform gameplay. In each level the player has to collect specific items and get to the exit before time runs out.
|Rugrats and All Grown Up!|
|Characters|| Tommy • Dil • Chuckie • Kimi • Phil and Lil DeVille • Angelica • Susie • Reptar|
Rugrats characters • All Grown Up! characters
|Episodes||Rugrats episodes • All Grown Up! episodes • Rugrats Pre-School Daze episodes|
|Movies||The Rugrats Movie • Rugrats in Paris • Rugrats Go Wild • Snow White • Three Jacks and a Beanstalk|
|Albums||The Music of Rugrats: A Live Adventure • The Rugrats Movie: Music From The Motion Picture • The Rugrats Movie Score • Rugrats in Paris • Rugrats Go Wild • Holiday Classics|
|Video games||Search for Reptar • The Rugrats Movie • Time Travelers • Scavenger Hunt • Studio Tour • Totally Angelica • Rugrats in Paris: The Movie • Castle Capers • All Growed Up – Older and Bolder • I Gotta Go Party • Royal Ransom • All Grown Up!: Express Yourself|
|Other media||Rugrats Comic Adventures • Comic strip • Rugrats: A Live Adventure • Rugrats videography (International releases) • All Grown Up! videography|