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Disney's Meet the Robinsons

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Disney's Meet the Robinsons
Publisher(s): Disney Interactive Studios (US, AU, EU)
Nintendo (Spain)
Release dates
N. America: March 27, 2007
Europe: March 30, 2007
Australia: March 29, 2007

Meet the Robinsons is a Game Boy Advance game. It is based on Disney's Meet the Robinsons franchise. In Spain, it has the bar code prefix 045496, suggesting it was published by Nintendo.


A platformer-action game. The player has to clear 40 missions and travels through 6 different locales. The player can create items using components, and unlock new features with blueprints. The game includes a Breakout like minigame.

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