Mom has bought Planet Express Deliveries from Professor Farnsworth and has gained control over planet earth. It's up to the player's crew (Fry, Leela, Dr. Zoidberg, Bender, ...) to stop her evil plans.


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Cast overview:
Billy West ... Philip J. Fry / Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth / Dr. John Zoidberg (voice)
Katey Sagal ... Turanga Leela (voice)
John DiMaggio ... Bender Bending Rodriguez unit 22 / Sal / Igner / Pawn Shop Owner (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Mom / Linda (voice)
Maurice LaMarche ... Morbo / Walt / Sun God / Destructor / Additional Voices (voice)
David Herman ... Larry / Adoy / Ra-Ra the Sun King (voice)

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When Professior Farnsworth sells Planet Express to the evil Mom, it means she owns over 50% of the Earth, and becomes it's supreme ruler. It's up to Fry, Leela and Bender to save the Earth - and the universe - from Mom, as their mission takes them from New New York to alien asteroids, the surface of the sun, the farthest corner of the universe, and even through time itself! Written by Chris McFeely

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It was established very early on just one small ball of dark matter weighs to much one person can barely carry it, yet on the Sun planet, two servants each wheel out rickety wheelbarrows full of them with barely any effort. See more »


Philip J. Fry: Oh, Professor! Here's the hammer I died getting for you.
Professor Farnsworth: Er, Wha? Oh, you can keep that piece of junk! I only made you look for it to get you out of my metaphorical hair!
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Spun-off from Futurama (1999) See more »

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Funny Stuff!
1 September 2004 | by einTeufelSee all my reviews

The game isn't the best or most innovative game. By gaming standards, its marginal, fun, but nothing remarkable. Now you throw in all the Futurama elements, and this game is hilarious! I have never laughed out loud so much during a game before! There seemed to be so many references thrown through the game (The junk in everybodys lockers at Planet Express, the "Space Jockey" from Alien in the Bender area... brilliant!). The animation of the cut scenes was okay, but it really took second base to the comedy. The only thing missing, sadly, was Zap Brannigan... though I do love Mom as the evil tyrant! All in all a decent outing, totally worth playing! It seemed to be over too quickly, though it played it roughly 10hrs, I just didn't want it to end!

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