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Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy
Geo Adventure 3 PS1 cover NTSC
Developer(s) "Balls"
Cerny Games
Realtime Associates (N64)
Publisher(s) Universal Interactive Studios
THQ (Game Boy Color)
Engine GeoBob Engine
Platform(s) PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Network, Steam
Released PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Microsoft Windows:

NA November 17, 1998
EU December 2, 1998
JP January 12, 1999

Game Boy Color:
NA March 30, 2000

PlayStation 2:
JP May 8, 2000
EU November 24, 2000

PlayStation Network and Steam:
NA March 8, 2008
EU March 17, 2008
JP May 1, 2008

Genre(s) Platform
Mode(s) Single-player

Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy (known in Japan as Geo Adventure 3: Gree Guy Got His Revenge Again! ジオアドベンチャー3:グリーガイは再び彼の復讐を手に入れた!Jioadobenchā 3: Gurīgai wa futatabi kare no fukushū o teniireta!) is a platform video game developed by "Balls" and published by Universal Interactive Studios. It was released for PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and Microsoft Windows in 1998. The Game Boy Color port was released in 2000. The PlayStation 2 port was released in Japan and Europe in 2000. Sega Saturn (was advertised but were never released)[1] and Dreamcast releases were to be in development, but were cancelled after Sega ceased production of the Sega Saturn on August 10, 1998.

GameplayEdit

Coming soon!

StoryEdit

Coming soon!

DevelopmentEdit

Development for the game began after the release of Geo Adventure 2 in 1997. Universal Interactive Studios and "Balls" announced they were planning to release a third Geo Adventure game. They tested a work-in-progress character as an example for the game, and Universal Interactive said that they would do it. Homer Simpson was originally going to appear in the game as one of the main characters in the game, but he was cut for the final version of the game. He was replaced by Bloo.

The game was originally subtitled The Ched Ed since December 1997, then the title was changed to just simply Geo Adventure 3. In January 1998, "Balls" announced a new subtitle: The Rise of Gree Guy.

An early beta trailer was released on April 14, 1998, and was originally set to be released in August 1998, but "Balls" showed the trailer, and was pushed to November 1998.

The end credits include a special tribute to Bill Williams, who died in 1998.

Level editorEdit

Main article: Geo Adventure 3 Kit

A level editor that runs on Microsoft Windows was released and was called "Geo Adventure 3 Kit". It allows people to create custom graphics and edit the homeworlds.

CreditsEdit

Main article: Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy/Credits

GalleryEdit

Cover ArtsEdit

ScreenshotsEdit

Coming soon!

TriviaEdit

  • The line Mr. Loseit says sometimes is "Oh, yeah, I can't wait to get my hands on Geo Adventure 4 game." This was a reference to now-cancelled Geo Adventure 4.

More coming soon!

ReferencesEdit

  1. An advertisement for Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy for Sega Saturn is on the back of Geo Adventure 2 Sega Saturn version instruction manual.
Geo Adventure
Main series
Geo Adventure (1996) • Geo Adventure 2 (1997) • Geo Adventure 3: The Rise of Gree Guy (1998) • Geo Adventure: Gree Guy's Returns (2002) • Geo Adventure: Geo Guy Land (2008) • Geo Adventure: The Adventure Starts Again (2012) • Geo Adventure Twinsanity (2013) • Geo Adventure IV: 10th Warrior (2015, cancelled) • Geo Adventure: Reunion (2015, reboot)
Spin-offs
Geo Quest to the Guest (1999) • Minions (1999-present, spin-off series) • Geo Adventure Advance (2002, remake) • Geo Adventure DS (2005, remake) • Geo Generations (2014, remake) •
Other
Geo Adventure: The Complete Series (2013)
Cancelled
Geo Adventure 4
Characters
Geo GuyGree GuyArthur the AardvarkDoom VercettiJea TenromonMr. LoseitRicoLittle GuyMinions (DaveStuartKevin) • Evil MinionsBikouMoobinKing FerinHomerBlooMore...
Related
Geo Adventure (film) (2018)

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