Tom and Jerry: The Movie is a 2009 platform video game based on the film of the same name developed by Beenox, published by Activision, and distributed by Warner Bros. Games.
The game is a multiplayer platform game where the players take control of the main characters Tom and Jerry. Each level is divided into multiple in which the player takes control of their abilities to fight off enemies. Tom has a kick attack and a hammer for a weapon, while Jerry has a punch attack and a sword for a weapon.
The plot of the game is different from the movie; in the game, Tom and Jerry have to rescue Robyn, as well as Puggsy and Frankie Da Flea, from Aunt Figg, Lickboot, and Ferdinand and along the way defeat enimies, bosses, and meet new friends.
- The Alley
- The Streets
- Dr. Applecheeks' Pet Sanctuary (Boss Battle Level)
- The River
- Captain Kiddie's Carnival
- Ferdinand (Boss Battle Level)
- Lickboot (Boss Battle Level)
- Aunt Figg (Boss Battle Level)
Consoles w/Release Dates
Xbox 360: July 6, 2009 (NA) July 8, 2009 (UK)
PlayStation 3: July 6, 2009 (NA) July 8, 2009 (UK)
PlayStation 2: July 6, 2009 (NA) July 8, 2009 (UK)
Wii: July 6, 2009 (NA) July 8, 2009 (UK)
Microsoft Windows: July 6, 2009 (NA) July 8, 2009 (UK)
Nintendo DS: July 6, 2009 (NA) July 8, 2009 (UK)
The game received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics. The PlayStation 2 version of the game received a 75/100, and the Xbox 360 received 74/100. All platforms scored 6/10 at IGN, with an exception for the Nintendo DS version, which scored a 4/10.
The game came out 18 years after the movie was released.
There was already a Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear version of the game, but that also came out 18 years after the movie was released.
Richard Kind, David Lander, Anndi McAfee, Charlotte Rae, Henry Gibson, Michael Bell, and Rip Taylor are the only people from the movie that reprised their role in the game.
This was Henry Gibson's last role before his death.
For some reason, the straycatchers, who appeared in the movie, don't appear in the game.
This was Anndi McAfee's first voice role since Phoebe Heyerdahl in Hey Arnold!: The Movie.