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Breakin' Da Rules
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Desarrollador Blitz Games
Helixe (Game Boy Advance)
Publicador THQ
Media 1 × Nintendo optical disc
1 × DVD-ROM

Los padrinos mágicos: Breakin' Da Rules es un videojuego lanzado para la Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, y Windows exclusivamente en Norteamérica en 2003. Está basado en los dibujos animados de Nickelodeon Los padrinos mágicos. Fue desarrollado por Blitz Games y publicado por THQ. Su secuela, The Los padrinos mágicos: Shadow Showdown fue lanzada en la Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, Windows, y PlayStation 2. Las versiones para consola de este juego presentan un argumento diferente al de la versión para PC. Es el único videojuego basado en Los padrinos mágicos que se lanzó para Xbox, descubre el contenido no utilizado en 2 páginas [1][2].


Trama[]

Versión de Consolas[]

Una vez más, la madre y el padre de Timmy Turner se han ido de vacaciones y han dejado a Timmy con la malvada niñera Vicky. Cuando Timmy intenta pedir un deseo, sus hadas madrinas Cosmo y Wanda le dicen que eso va en contra de "Las Reglas'. Indignado, Timmy desea no tener que seguir las reglas. Entonces, Cosmo destruye el libro. Vicky llega y se apodera de Las Reglas. Desea que Timmy siga durmiendo y, como tiene en su poder un objeto de hadas, se le concede su deseo. Timmy, Cosmo y Wanda van al Tribunal de las Hadas y son acusados de destruir Da Rules. Jorgen Von Strangle les da a los tres 49 ½ horas para encontrar las páginas perdidas de Da Rules. Timmy debe recorrer diez niveles y encontrar las páginas antes de que los deseos de Vicky sean demasiado extremos.

Versión de PC[]

El Sr. Crocker le da a Timmy un montón de deberes para hacer durante el fin de semana. Para empeorar las cosas, los padres de Timmy se van de vacaciones durante el fin de semana y dejan a Vicky a cargo, y ella le ordena a Timmy que haga también sus deberes. Además, Timmy también tiene que conseguir once sellos de Buena Acción para poder conseguir su Insignia de Buena Acción en los Scouts Ardientes. De repente, Timmy se da cuenta de un mensaje en las nubes que dice "Ojalá todos estos libros desaparecieran", lo que Cosmo y Wanda conceden, haciendo que Da Rules desaparezca con ellos. Juandissimo Magnifico|Juandissimo]] se revela entonces, diciendo que ha engañado a Timmy para que desee que desaparezca Da Rules para que Cosmo y Wanda se metan en problemas por ello y sean desterrados de nuevo a la Academia de las Hadas. Como Timmy no puede desear que le devuelvan Da Rules (ya que eso significaría que el Consejo de las Hadas se enteraría de que lo han perdido con toda seguridad), él y sus hadas tienen que perseguirlo a través de los once niveles, cerrando por el camino los portales, recogiendo polvo mágico y haciendo las buenas acciones necesarias para la insignia.

En esta versión destaca la aparición de la madre de Vicky (a la edad de Timmy, ya que el nivel en el que aparece se sitúa en el pasado), llamada Nicky. En este caso, tiene el mismo aspecto que Vicky de 5 años, lo que supone una contradicción directa con la propia serie, aunque el juego se lanzó antes de Channel Chasers, donde aparecieron por primera vez los padres de Vicky. En la serie, la madre de Vicky se parece a su hija menor, Tootie. También es interesante señalar que los diálogos de las escenas antes y durante este nivel sugieren que Nicky fue diseñada originalmente para parecerse y actuar como Tootie. Al igual que en el nivel de su hija menor en la versión de consola, Nicky persigue al jugador a lo largo de su nivel y matará al jugador de un solo golpe al entrar en contacto con ella y obligará a reiniciar el nivel.

Game Boy Advance version[]

Anti-Cosmo and Anti-Wanda plan to make Vicky's evil dreams a reality and to stop Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda from interfering, they steal Da Rules. As they execute their plan, Jorgen then suddenly poofs out and orders them to bring back Da Rules. Until then, they are demoted to fairies third class. Contrary to the description on the back cover (which itself is the same description for the console version), Timmy and his fairies never actually battle Vicky in this version.

Levels (Console Version)[]

Each level of the game is accessed through a part of Timmy's house and is based on an episode from the television show. Most of them feature Timmy in a different costume. They all begin with an animated loading screen similar to the title cards used in the show complete with the phrase "The Fairly OddParents in..." before the level's title. Besides the house serving as a HUB to the game's levels, Cosmo and Wanda's fishbowl serves as a save point. The game starts with a training level that can only be played once. Taking place inside Timmy's dreams, Timmy is wearing PJ's.

After the tutorial, Timmy has access to multiple levels, and they can be done in whatever order the player chooses, an aspect very similar to the Mega Man series.

A Badge Too Far[]

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Timmy disguised as Timantha.

The level is based on 3 episodes, 1. the title is based on A Wish Too Far,2. the "Oh Yeah!" short "Scout's Honor", and 3. "The Boy Who Would Be Queen" due to a disguise that resembles features of Timantha. After taunting Vicky before heading off for an overnight Squirely Scout trip, Vicky wishes there was some way she could prove that the Creme Puffs are superior. This gives her magical scout badges which put the Creme Puffs in her control. Over night, the Creme Puffs kidnap all the Squirely Scouts but Timmy who fights through their forces and takes the badges from Vicky. Timmy's costume in this level is his Squirely Scout uniform and a disguise reviving Timantha. The level is accessed through Timmy's closet.

The Vicky Virus[]

Based on the episode, "Power Mad!". Vicky wishes that Timmy and his friends Chester and A.J. would live inside there video game. Trapped inside, Timmy finds his friends and beats the game's CPU who is a computerized Vicky. Timmy's costume in the level is a Virtual Reality Suit. The level is accessed through Timmy's video game set. (The game's CPU says, "When you're beaten I'll re-program you to be... a hedgehog!", it is referenced from the Sonic the Hedgehog series).

Chinless Blunder[]

Based on the episode, "Chin Up!". Finding Timmy reading his Crimson Chin comic books, Vicky wishes that the Chin was useless and that Timmy was there to see his hero without powers. Assuming the identity of Cleft, Timmy discovers that the Chin's powers have been given to Country Boy, Spatula Woman, and the Gilded Arches. Stopping the criminals, Timmy restores the Chin's powers and leaves Chincinnati. Timmy's costume in this level is that of his alter ego Cleft the Boy Chin Wonder. This level is accessed through Timmy's comic book collection.

Mini Timmy[]

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Timmy in his Shrink suit in mini Timmy

Based on the episode "Tiny Timmy!". Checking on Timmy, Vicky finds him in the bathroom and comments on how dirty the bathtub is. She wishes that there was a way Timmy could clean every tiny nook and cranny and leaves leaving Timmy to magically shrink and fall in the tub's drain. Fighting the germs within, Timmy manages to clean the tub and return to his bathroom where he completes the wish and returns to normal size. And Cosmo admits that they beat Vicky by doing exactly what she wanted them to do! Timmy's costume in this level is his Shrink Suit. This level is accessed through Timmy's bathroom.

Time Warped[]

Partly based on the episode, "Knighty Knight". Looking at Vicky's history homework, Timmy comments on her stupidity and in defense, Vicky wishes that Timmy could go back and time and see how accurate she is. This sends Timmy back to the Medieval Ages where King Arthur is no longer applicable to pull Excalibur from the stone. Setting this straight, Timmy then travels to ancient Egypt to make the pyramids triangular shaped and to ancient Greece to influence their love of sports. Fixing history, Timmy returns home and allows Vicky to believe she is correct. Timmy's costumes in this level are a Robin Hood outfit and Greek and Egyptian clothing. This level is accessible through Timmy's living room couch.

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Running from Tootie.

A Dog's Life[]

Based on the episode, Dog's Day Afternoon. After having Doidle brought to her by Tootie, Vicky wishes that Timmy was as fun and easy to care for as Doidle is. This transforms Timmy into a dog who Tootie loves and keeps Cosmo and Wanda from changing back. Taken to the mall, Timmy searches for a way to make himself less lovable, so that Tootie will not love him anymore. This is achieved by jumping in the mud baths of the mall's salon - and splattering Tootie with mud! Timmy's costume in this level is his transformation into a dog. This level is accessible through Timmy's kitchen.

Crash Landing[]

Based on the episode, "Spaced Out". After hearing Timmy talk about the wonders that could happen on a Saturday, Vicky wishes that Dimmsdale was attacked by aliens. An invasion by the Yugopotamians who kidnap Vicky and destroy the town forces Timmy to board their space ship and travel to their home land of Yugopotamia. Facing the challenges set by King Gripullon and Queen Jipjorrulac, Timmy convinces them to return Vicky and set the town straight. Timmy's costume in this level is his Crash Nebula outfit. This level is accessible through Timmy's back yard.

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Timmy with his Crash Nebula Suit

Bad Luck 101[]

Based on the episode, "That Old Black Magic". As a result of Vicky having extra classes, Timmy has to go to school on a Saturday. After being splashed by a passing school bus, Vicky wishes Timmy had all of her bad luck for his extra day in school. Suddenly, three Anti-Fairies appear and follow the two to Timmy's school. Denzel Crocker is at the school looking for fairies and Timmy realizes he must capture the Anti-Fairies before they are seen by Crocker and are used to prove the existence of Fairy God Parents. Chasing down the three Anti-Fairies, Timmy unleashes one on Crocker's fairy hunting van and the other two on Vicky [though the other one isn't seen at the end]. Timmy has no special costume in this level. This level is accessible through Timmy's front door.

The Ultimate Challenge[]

Partly based on the episode, A Wish Too Far, it serves as the last boss of the game. Returning to Fairy Court, Jorgen informs Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda that they have retrieved all but one single page of Da Rules: the table of contents page, which is all Vicky needs to keep Cosmo and Wanda's wish powers, suspend Cosmo and Wanda's license and have them taken away from Timmy forever. In a desperate attempt to avoid that happening, the judge gets Jorgen to host a show called 'The Ultimate Challenge', where Timmy must battle Vicky, who's under the guise that she is on a TV show and is turned into a dragon, to say, 'I wish I never took the book from Timmy'. After a long, hard battle, Timmy manages to get the wish out of Vicky and Da Rules is returned to Cosmo and Wanda. Timmy has no costume in this level. This level is accessible through a magic door at the top of the stairs which is only seen AFTER you clear all the other levels.

Collectibles[]

Through the game, there are several collectible items scattered through the level that provide various benefits for the player. Although the goal of the game is to undo Vicky's wishes and collect pages of Da Rules, these are never seen on screen.

  • Wish Star-A large star that powers Cosmo and Wanda's training wands. Five are needed to grant a wish. They often run from Timmy and try to get him caught by various guards.
  • Crowns-Each level has an abundance of crowns similar to the ones worn by all fairies that when completing a set of one hundred, give Timmy a one-up.
  • Timmy Head-Gives Timmy an instant one-up.
  • Crimson Chin Cards-There are four Crimson Chin cards in all but the final level that reward the player with bonus videos found in the main menu

Bonus Videos[]

After collecting all four Crimson Chin cards in a level, the player unlocks a video accessible in the main menu. These videos include 8 clips from the show and one full episode.

  • The song Icky Vicky from the episode, Boys in the Band
  • The Star Wars parody from Abra-Catastrophe!
  • The song Shiny Teeth from the episode Shiny Teeth
  • The Arachnid Kid scene from Abra-Catastrophe!
  • The song, "Vicky Free Summer", from the episode, Microphony
  • The Jurassic Park parody from the movie, Abra-Catastrophe!
  • The song, "Good To Be A Man", from the episode, Love Struck!
  • The morning scene of the episode, Action Packed
  • The full episode, Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad (PlayStation 2 version only)

The game also features trailers for other Nick games like Tak and the Power of Juju and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle For Bikini Bottom, as well as a brief behind-the-scenes featurette.

Cast[]

  • Tara Strong: Timmy Turner
  • Daran Norris: Cosmo, Mr. Turner, Jorgen, Crimson Chin, Comic Book Anchorman
  • Susan Blakeslee: Wanda, Mrs. Turner
  • Grey Delisle: Vicky, Tootie, Spatula Woman, Créme Puffs, Nicky
  • Gary LeRoi Gray: AJ
  • Jason Marsden: Chester McBadbat, Male Shopper
  • Carlos Alazraqui: Denzel Q. Crocker, Juandissimo, Mayor of Dimmsdale, Country Boy
  • Faith Abrahams: Female Shopper
  • Laraine Newman: Queen Jipporulac
  • Rob Paulsen: King Gripullon, Catcher, Judge at Fairy Court, Guard, Anti-Fairies, Squirrelly Scouts, Arthur, Gilded Arches

Recepción[]

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Aggregate scores
Aggregator Score
GameRankings PS2: 73.0% (5 reviews) [3]
GBA: 64.0% (1 review) [4]
GC: 61.5% (10 reviews)[5]
PC: 40.0% (1 review)[6]
Metacritic GC: 64% (5 reviews) [7]
PS2: 60% (4 reviews) [8]
Review scores
Publication Score
IGN 5.0 / 10 [9][10][11]

The game received mixed to positive reviews. IGN gave this game 5.0/10. The GameRankings aggregate score was highest for the PlayStation 2 version (73%); the others were slightly negative, as far down as 40% on the PC.

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Referencencias[]

  1. https://tcrf.net/The_Fairly_OddParents:_Breakin%27_Da_Rules_(Windows)
  2. https://tcrf.net/The_Fairly_OddParents:_Breakin%27_Da_Rules_(Game_Boy_Advance)
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