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Adventure Time: Finn and Jake's Epic Quest

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Team up as Finn and Jake in a 3D adventure of epic proportions! The Land of Ooo has been transformed into a giant video game, and BMO has been kidnapped. Brawl your way through the Witch's garden, Ice Kingdom, Fire Kingdom, and even the Land of the Dead itself to rescue BMO and uncover the evil mastermind!Key Features: 28 Levels of Mayhem: Slash and bash your way through the Witch's garden, Ice Kingdom, Fire Kingdom, and the Land of the Dead! Butt Tons of Enemies: Battle four terrifying bosses and loads of nasty enemies from the show, including Hug Wolf and Tree Witch! Epic Powers: Collect secret spells to unleash algebraic attacks, like NEPTR, Jake’s Puppies, Knife Storm, and many more! Tag Team Combat: Bust up some bad guys! Level up to unlock new swords for Finn and stretchy attacks for Jake. Extra Spicy VO: The game features a brand-spanking-new story with original VO from Finn and Jake! Turbo Rad Graphics: Sparkling hi-res graphics for your eyeballs to enjoy.
Release date
Apr 11, 2014
NGD Studios
Cartoon Network Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or Amd Athlon X2
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GT240 / ATI RAdeon 4850
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Adventure Time: Finn and Jake's Epic Quest reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
The Game is unfortunately very monotonous, and although you have the Choice to switch between Finn and Jake, you also have very little to no Variety from the Attacks. I am a Fan of the Series and would not recommend it in principle, as, as others said before me, it is very boring. Possibly if offered in the Sale by 1-2 euros, I don't think it's worth any more.
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Microsoft from Spain
I like Adventure Time, but this game is not worth it. On The good side we have a game where every friend, enemy, item, power up and attack is typical of the series and appreciate that. On the other hand we have a quite repetitive game, with a mediocre gameplay, basic combos, little variety, poor designs on the levels, poor artificial intelligence and easy bores. Someone Probably likes to fascinates the series just for the sake of being called Adventure time, but there are many better options to play.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I bought Finn & Jake's Epic Quest as I'm a big AdventureTime fan and I'm not disappointed until now. On the Contrary: By Syncing with the Speakers of the English-language Original, you can feel right at Home in Ooo. The Fact that you meet well-known Figures (Opponents and NPCs) and find "mathematical power-ups" is self-evident. ;) Small Details like the Menus, for example, are great Highlights-if you change the Selection, you hear BMO's Voice: "Beep! Boop! " The Controls are still a bit hairy, but that's certainly a Habituation Thing. Even with my pretty bad hardware configuration (Core2Duo E6600, 2 GB Ram, Radeon X1950 Pro), The Game runs high-resolution and fluid. So far I have played three Levels regret buying no Bit far.
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Microsoft from Spain
Shameful use of the franchise to make a repetitive, boring and cheap video game. The game is very unsightly, without depth and without interesting and fun challenges. The budget has been reduced so much that even the sound effects leave a lot to be desired. Dubbings have been limited to the minimum, the story has no emotion and the end is predictable. The only thing that the protagonists do is to traverse immense scenarios collecting coins and Vapuleando enemies with two only options; Press X to give three hits in a row or press and to hit a hard hit. It Is completely irrelevant to play with Finn or Jake, although the game allows you to vary between both characters, the two respond equally to all situations. The powers of the Enchiridion allow you to do things outside the two options mentioned above but fail to offer anything more to the game, because they are really as irrelevant as the change of characters. I see no interest in developing a funny game in this title, but merely the possibility of making some easy money abusing the franchise, games like this should teach us a lesson about being responsible consumers and encourage them to flee.
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