IGN: Spy Fox in Dry Cereal Review

Humongous, as a developer, is better known these days for the Backyard Sports series of games. But back in the '90s, the point-and-click PC adventure was where the company found its identity. Majesco's decided to revisit and republish those games of yesteryear for today's Wii audience, and while Spy Fox in Dry Cereal is certainly dated and unimpressive on a technical level any more, it is nice that some of the same experiences gamers got to have when they were younger are now being made available again for today's new generation of kids. At its budget price of $19.99, Spy Fox is certainly worth considering if you've got young gamers in your life who've enjoyed other, similar titles like Zack & Wiki.

Presentation - 3.0
Graphics - 4.0
Sound - 3.5
Gameplay - 7.0
Lasting Appeal - 7.5
Overall -

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