- Enjoy fun and exciting gameplay through a combination of problem solving and mash-em-up fighting
- Utilize each character’s fighting moves and unique abilities in your quest
- Based on the DreamWorks Animation film
- Play as Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Puss In Boots as you fight to save Far, Far Away from the crafty Rumplestiltskin
- Morph between Shrek’s normal world and his alternate reality for twice the adventure
List Price: $49.99
Shrek4 Forever After Description
Morph between Shrek’s normal world and his alternate reality for twice the adventure. .caption ul.indent table.callout img.withlink Play as Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Puss In Boots. View larger. Each character has their own set of special moves. View larger. Problem solving gameplay as well as mash-em up fighting. View larger. Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Puss In Boots are back in Shrek Forever After, the final chapter in the Shrek story. Shrek longs for the days when he was a “real ogre” and not the family man he is today. Making a deal with the slick-talking Rumplestiltskin, Shrek is transported to an alternate world where ogres are hunted, Rumplestiltskin is King and Shrek and Fiona have never met. Fight to save your friends, the land of Far, Far Away from the mischievous miscreant, Rumplestiltskin and reclaim your one true love.
Reviews By A. John : Date May 26, 2010
Got this game for my 5 and 9 year old sons who love Shrek and enjoyed the movie. The game is loosely based on the movie where Shrek is tricked into signing a contract to become an ogre for a day. When he realizes that he’s been tricked he sets out with his trusted friends to get it back from Rumpelstiltskin. The game can be played with up to 4 persons and you’ll play as either, Shrek, Donkey, Puss or Fiona. If you’re into achievements though then you’ll have to be signed in as the primary player as only the primary player gets the achievements. The game is pretty easy and fun for younger kids since you only really use two buttons throughout, A to fight and B for their special moves. You occasionally use the X button when you pick up power-ups but they aren’t necessary. You’ll be fighting witches, trees and the usual bad guys found in the movie.
You may have to help out the younger ones with a few of the puzzles, like the ones in Dragon Keep, the Catacombs and Rumpelstiltskin’s Castle.
Reviews By amazon addict : Date January 4, 2012
Pretty cool game and all of us like it. Little harder for younger kids but, overall a pretty good game.
Reviews By Steven Rader : Date March 21, 2011
Basic graphics, basic game play. Only played for 30 minutes. You essentially run around and keep hitting the A button. Good for young children I suppose.