In the video game world, there seems to be an unwritten set of rules in making games based on kids' properties. In the beginning, the first rule is that the property has to be made into a platformer. Whether the property in question is a hardcore action cartoon or a gentle comedy, the video game version needs to be made into something as close to Super Mario Bros. as possible. The second rule is that the property needs to fit into a game genre that features some sort of competitive multiplayer. Whether it's a fighting game or a kart racing game, characters from that property who have been lifelong friends will always want to compete for a sport championship or prize. The most recent rule is that the property is put into some sort of mini-game compilation.