Imagine being an orphaned Dalmatian puppy and being "dognapped" (along with 100 of your puppy friends) by Cruella DeVil's two bumbling henchmen and thrown into the decrepit mansion that was once her childhood home. In Disney's 101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor, you are an orphaned Dalmatian puppy named Patches. You have befriended another puppy, Wizzer, who will give you advice, encouragement and act as a playmate throughout the game. You and Wizzer have managed not to be thrown in with the other puppies. It is your job to find a way out of DeVil Manor without being caught by Horace and Jasper, thrown into the locked game room and eventually killed. Once you find a way out, you can go get help and save the other puppies.
The game begins with an excellent intro of the story leading up to you and Wizzer planning to explore the mansion to figure out how to escape. Newspaper headlines explain items such as the zoo acquiring a rare tiger, the tiger's disappearance, Pongo and Perdy's wedding (Dalmatians) along with the wedding of their humans, Roger and Anita, Perdy having 15 puppies and the subsequent sudden disappearance of those pups.
You then see and hear Cruella's henchmen pull up to DeVil Manor and throw the puppies into a room. Wizzer and Patches come out into a hallway and the adventure is on. Your quest is to explore each room, move items around, find places to hide in case Horace and Jasper come to investigate any noise and figure out a way to escape.
101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor has superb graphics that make you feel like you're in the game. They give you the feeling of being a part of a Disney animation feature with movie quality you'd expect from that studio. The puppies stay in character and interact and behave as puppies would. Even their conversations are from a puppy point of view, keeping with the attitudes in the
Graphics: The graphics are superb. The puppies interact well with their surroundings and each other. Even their expressions and body language changes with what is going on and integrates well with the sound.
Sound: The sounds are realistic and varied. As an adult, Wizzer's constant initial reminders that I could get help from him were a little annoying but are no doubt intended for the targeted 6-12 age group. The voices were also young sounding, just as a puppy's would be if able to talk.
Enjoyment: The booby traps are really fun to execute and some of the hiding places are ingenious and imaginative. I thoroughly enjoyed this game.
Replay Value: Maybe once again for fun.
In this 3D adventure game for kids based on the Disney animated movie, you play as a new puppy character named Patches who has to save the other puppies and find a way out of Cruella De Vil's mansion. There are puzzles and games to play to accomplish this task and a companion named Wizz who helps you out by giving you hints. The player can go through the rooms in the first-person perspective view which is called "Puppyvision". It's recommended for players six and older but the difficulty can be changed according to the child's ability.
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