Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you Steal our Garbage ?!

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Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd you Steal our Garbage ?!

FEATURED Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you Steal our Garbage ?!

  • An original storyline and concept written by series creator Pendleton Ward
  • Classic Action Adventure gameplay
  • Conquer dungeons, collect treasure, and complete quests in the Land of Ooo
  • Punch, kick, or slash foes with Finn
  • Use Jake’s magical stretchy powers

Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you steal our garbage?! is the first video game based on the radical, Emmy nominated Cartoon Network show about two close friends – Jake, a wise old dog with a big kind heart, and Finn, a silly kid who wants more than anything else to become a great hero. Players will explore the Land of Ooo and set out on heroic quests, as their favorite characters Finn and Jake, in a unique action adventure experience. Adventure Time show creator Pendleton Ward is also heavily involved with the game creation, including the design of a brand new storyline, concept, and quests.

Finn and Jake wake up one morning to find their trash stolen by the Ice King! Jake couldn’t care less about half-eaten bananas, crumpled up math notes, and old chicken diapers – but when the Ice King uses these stolen goods to construct a Garbage Princess, our heroes embark on a fantastical adventure and teach him a lesson! Journey through the Land of Ooo in an offbeat adventure and discover perilous dungeons, unimaginable treasures, the true meaning of friendship, and never-ending fun!

Use Jake’s magical stretchy powers to form bridges, change into a boat, and become tiny or huge! Find rare battle abilities to have Finn and Jake perform team moves like the Fist Smash, the Downward Sword-Thrust or the Twirling Death Blossom! Explore multiple lands from the show like the Grasslands, Candy Kingdom, Red Rock Pass and Ice Kingdom

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3 thoughts on “Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you Steal our Garbage ?!

  1. 39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    ALGEBRAIC!, November 29, 2012

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    Because there do not appear to be many reviews online for this I thought I would put my two cents in on this game. I picked this up becasue it was on sale and I love the show.

    Boy am I glad I did!

    GAMEPLAY: the game switches between a 3D roamer (to get from area to area) and a 2D sidescroller (when you are in a city/dungeon). Wandering the land of Ooh has never been so much fun and you will frequently run into random packs of monsters while walking from city to city (they appear as a black cloud you can try to avoid). Thus far (I am about 28% completed) it seems that the game consists of you running various errands for the citizens of Ooh. While some of the running can get tedious, I would have to say that clever dialogue/character interaction keep you interested. On the whole the game is also quite short (maybe played three hours and I am 28% complete) and a litte easy.

    STORY: If you are a fan of the show you will ove the off beat story consisting of the Ice King making a Princess out of garbage and then having F and J chase after him as he makes dungeons for them to enjoy (not because he is evil). This is not complex, but does involve fan favorites such as Pepermint Butler, Cinnamon Bun, LSP and others.

    RPG?: The game states that you gain levels, but this consists of “finding” leves in random chests that you can use to either speed yourself up, make your attack stronger, or give yourself more health. Quite basic.

    ACTION: This is not complicated, you have two different attacks (Fin’s punch/sword and then a ranged attack from Jake). As the game progresses Jake will also gain additional moves that will help you get to new areas. none of these are revoluationary or especially clever, but they help with the progression of the game.

    Overall 4/5 stars
    -Fun with Finn and the crew.
    -Interesting gameplay that feels like a return to SNES days.
    -Mindless fun that is easy to just pick up and play.

    -Running around can get a little tedious
    -Quite easy (even for a kids game)

    Sorry if this is a little confusing, it is my first review on amazon. At the end of the day, if you are a fan of the show and like games, you will likely enjoy this game. If you have never seen Adventrue time, this may not be your cup of tea and you might not feel as connected to the characters. I hope this helps!

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall Fun – Hoping for an expanded Sequel, January 10, 2013
    Z. Wagner “TB7024” (WI) –

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    I’m a fan of the Adventure Time cartoon, and I’ve played Zelda 2 on the Nintendo so I can say that the Adventure Time game “Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you Steal our Garbage?!” is a good homage to Zelda 2 and the show it’s based off of.

    Unfortunately the story wasn’t the most interesting part of the game. Despite seeing a lot of characters and exploring the land of Ooo a lot of the minor characters don’t say much, and the main characters just want you to find something for them and then you move on. It doesn’t seem like a ton of planning went into the development of the plot. The most interesting part of the story is the end and not much development takes place until you get there. I would have enjoyed it if they developed the story/character more so that the whole game has a good story and you want to talk to everyone at each location. I felt myself just finding the main character and talking to them and ignoring everyone else. The minor characters in the game do speak, but it’s mostly inconsequential. As an example most of the banana guards just say “…” and there are 3-4 in the game. I was really expecting one to say something different as a surprise, but they didn’t.

    Graphics were colorful sprites that represented their characters well. Backgrounds and levels were varied and appropriate to the area you’re exploring. The one thing that bothered me were some sprites were missing pixels of color, I’m not certain if this is because it was also a 3DS game and they needed to be on different layers or what not, but I played the DS version. I noticed these small details but it’s so small, I doubt most people would notice.

    Sound and music were all great, extremely fitting and nothing sounded out of place. After listening to the soundtrack in MP3 format on soundhound I can tell the DS hardware for sounds is aging a bit, but it’s still very enjoyable.

    Controls are pretty tight. I was only frustrated with a small lag when switch from using different forms of Jake when I was being impatient, but that’s mostly my fault.

    Some things that I would hope for if a sequel is made:
    -metroid-vania style map when navigating inside the different dungeons
    -notebook that tracks what you have left to do on your quest or whom to see next
    -actually leveling from killing monsters instead of finding wizard stars in chests
    -upgrading Jake/Finn as they level with new abilities/magic for each character
    -playing through the new game plus as Fionna and Cake
    -Instead of modeling the game off of Zelda 2, perhaps model it off of Castlevania symphony of the night or a sequel for the DS that would allow for more development in all areas.

    I beat this game in my spare time in about 2 days and enjoyed it, but most likely won’t be replaying it.

    Overall it is designed as a game for kids as it’s audience with an E for everyone rating and the story and gameplay reflect that. I think older fans of the show should still play the game, but perhaps buy it used, or borrow it from a friend. It’s fun, and I’m excited for a sequel. Thanks to my wife for getting me a great Christmas present I enjoyed!

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing game for fans, December 28, 2012

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    This game is pleasantly challenging (though definitely not hard), has insanely amazing animation, catchy music, and the kind of humor that Adventure Time fans love so much. It plays like Zelda 2, has lots of side-journeys, etc. it was a pretty short game–I beat it in two days– but that might be because I played it nonstop for two days.

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