Stuart Little games on Nintendo platforms

Activision will bring Stuart Little games to the Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, and GameCube platforms.


Activision has announced that it has secured the worldwide licensing rights to develop and publish games based on the Stuart Little franchise. The company plans to release related products on the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance, and it holds the option to publish a GameCube game using the license. Additionally, Activision plans to develop games based specifically on the upcoming sequel, Stuart Little 2, which will be released in theaters in summer 2002.

"The Stuart Little franchise will further complement Activision's slate of family entertainment games that includes such popular titles as Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 2, The Lion King: Simba's Mighty Adventure, and Disney's Tarzan,'' Greg Goldstein, vice president of licensing for Activision, said. "Interactive games based on this phenomenally successful property will allow children and families to become completely immersed in a Stuart Little world that brings the film's popular characters to life."

GameSpot will have further details on the upcoming Stuart Little games as it becomes available.

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