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Based on the highly anticipated animated feature film from DreamWorks, Madagascar ™ is the only game that lets players enter the world of four hilarious Central Park Zoo animals—a personality-packed crew made up of a lion, zebra, giraffe and hippo. Players must master each animal's natural skills while adventuring through the exciting city of New York and the dangerous island of Madagascar , interacting with other animals and tackling obstacles and enemies in scenarios from the movie and beyond.


•  The Only Game that Lets Players Relive the Film and Beyond — Fighting for survival has never been this much fun. Players control one of four main characters from the movie – Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, Gloria the hippo and Melman the giraffe as they overcome obstacles, interact with film and game-exclusive characters, and face off against enemies.

•  Get Your Groove on as You Go — Players develop new skills as they take the role of each zoo animal, helping Alex maximize the power of his claws, roar and pounce; pumping up Marty's jump, back kick and stealth crawl; learning Gloria's butt smash and running barrel move; and perfecting Melman's helicopter spin and ammo-throwing neck fling, which he uses to launch coconuts and lemurs.

•  Rock the city and rule the jungle — Players test their animal abilities as they explore a variety of diverse environments in mini-games and 11 action-packed chapters, including "Marty's Escape" from the Central Park Zoo, "Penguin Mutiny" on board a giant cargo ship, and "Lemur Rave" with the exotic animals in the jungles of Madagascar.

•  The Fun is Never Done — Players can improve their performance as they replay chapters and unlock character-specific bonuses and cheats.

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