Video game adaptation of Disney's animated film Tarzan (1999). This platform game features 13 action-packed levels based on scenes from the movie. The story is told through clips from the movie.
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Tarzan (voice)
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Young Tarzan (voice)
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Clayton (voice)
Naia A. Kelly ...
Jane (voice) (as Naia Kelly)
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Tantor (voice)
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Terk (voice)
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Prof. Porter (voice)
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Kerchak (voice)
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Kala (voice) (as Suzanne Blakeslee)
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Thugs (voice)
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Baby Baboon (voice)
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Mungo (voice)
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Video game adaptation of Disney's animated film Tarzan (1999). This platform game features 13 action-packed levels based on scenes from the movie. The story is told through clips from the movie.

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29 June 1999 (USA)  »

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Disney's Tarzan  »

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To unlock every clip from the movie, the game must be beaten on hard. See more »

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Spun-off from Tarzan (1999) See more »

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Son of Man
Written, Produced, Arranged & Performed by Phil Collins
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Very Basic
12 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

The game occasionally has its good moments (such as tree "sliding" and doing things as Older Tarzan), but overall it's a very easy, short, simple, cash-in game without much thought or skill put into it. The graphics are weak and the game is so simple that it uses what seems like 2-D animation throughout much of the levels. (We see Tarzan from the side and the background behind him.)

It's not a terrible game. I bought it used for N64 with a bundle of other games (Mario Golf, Mario Tennis, Zelda, etc.). It's not terrible.

But I'm glad I didn't pay full price.

3/5 stars.

  • John Ulmer


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