Three Stooges, The

PlayStation The Three Stooges

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Compilation CDs: 1
Publisher: Metro 3D Released: February 7, 2004
Developer: Flying Tiger UPC: 6 50001 55512 4
Sony ID: SLUS-01486 PSRM: 024980
Players: 1 Player Memory: None
Accessories: None
ESRB: Everyone Comic Mischief
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Can THREE Stooges save ONE orphanage from FOREclosure?

Moe, Larry, & Curly star in their own Cinemaware Interactive Movie! Join those zany masters of mirth as they try to save an old lady and her 3 beautiful daughters from the clutches of an evil banker. You’ll hear the real Stooges’ voices as you maneuver them through a variety of antics, including prizefighting, pie throwing, and medical madness in the famous “Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard” scene.

It’s like starring in your own Stooges movie! Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk!

  • The debut of the Three Stooges very own adventure for the PlayStation Game console.
  • Cinemaware’s unique game style” Numerous game events on 1 CD!
  • Funny and frantic action including pie-throwing, prize fighting and hospital hi-jinx
  • Outrageous family oriented fun, including Stooges and Cinemaware Trivia!
  • Original Stooge animation and classic scenes
  • Hours of slapstick game-play as Moe, Larry & Curly

 


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Trivia

  • Of the 6 actors who portrayed the stooges, Joseph “Curly Joe DeRita”  Wardell was the last one to pass away at the age of 83 in 1993. Meaning when the game was released to PlayStation in 2004 it’s subject matter had already been deceased for 11 years.
  • Originally released on the Amiga computer, and later ported to other systems including the Nintendo Entertainment System.

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