With several exceptions, the school year is winding to a close throughout USA. Now it’s time to focus on screens as Dreamworks’ Madagascar releases a third version for games and movie theaters during the first week of June. Madagascar 3 is set to release for all game formats on June 5 2012.
The videogame is set for release along with a movie version. Produced by Dreamworks, the movie is set to release in 2D and 3D theatres on June 8, 2012. It stars favorite characters from previous versions. Their journey takes them through Europe where they find the perfect cover: a traveling circus, which they reinvent – Madagascar style.
Madagascar 3: The Video Game will bring the circus to life with all of your favorite Madagascar characters including Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe. In single or two player co-op mode, players will travel across Europe to promote the circus by completing challenging and zany missions given by the Penguins, performing amazing publicity stunts on some of Europe’s most notable landmarks, and dazzling the crowd with fun circus acts fit only for a Madagascar-style circus extravaganza! All the Madagascar friends are along for the ride in this comedic circus adventure including King Julien, Maurice and Mort, the chimps Phil and Mason, the Penguins, plus their new circus pals Stefano the Sea Lion, Vitaly the Siberian Tiger and Gia the Jaguar.
Madagascar 3: The Video Game for Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation-3 computer entertainment system has been developed by Monkey Bar Games, a division of Vicious Cycle Software, and is currently rated “E” (Everyone – Comic Mischief) by the ESRB. In Madagascar 3: The Video Game for Nintendo 3DS and DS, players will experience a unique side-scrolling platform adventure by participating in stealthy missions and performing publicity stunts throughout Europe, all while avoiding the pesky clutches of animal control officers. The Nintendo 3DS and DS version of the video game is under development by Torus Games and is currently rated “E” (Everyone – Mild Cartoon Violence) by the ESRB.