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Muppets Party Cruise is a video game released for the Sony PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube in 2003.


The plot is minimal -- the Muppets are on a cruise ship, and Pepe has accidentally booked their cabins in the engine room at the bottom of the ship. The player can assume the identity of six Muppets (Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Pepe the King Prawn and Animal) as they make their way to the upper decks of the ship.

There are five decks on the ship, and the object of each deck is to win a required number of matching-colored party favors by playing a collection of mini-games. Mini-games include shuffleboard, speed bingo, and a clone of the video game "Asteroids."


The game features two "modes" that can be played: The Short Cruise & the Long Cruise.

The Short Cruise mode is a non-linear collection of multiplayer mini-games. This mode does not immediately offer play for all the mini-games that are available in the game.

The Long Cruise mode is a linear collection of mini-games. By completing various stages in this mode, the player can "unlock" additional mini-games to play. In addition to unlocking 15 mini-games and 4 additional boards, you can unlock all 20 Muppetisms for each new board/mini-game.

As is customary with games released solely for a gaming console, there are "locked" features which the player can unlock by achieving a certain goal (e.g. setting a high score or winning a section of the game). The locked features for this game are additional mini-games.

Muppets Party Cruise features original music by Chris Tilton, including "Muppets Party Cruise Rag", a song sung by Kermit over the credits. (Muppet writer Craig Shemin wrote the "Party Cruise Rag" lyrics.)

Voice Cast

Mini-Game list

Unlocked from the start
Locked mini-games

Basic Information

  • Developer : Mass Media
  • Publisher : TDK Mediactive
  • Genre : Arcade, Single-Player, Multi-Player

Release Dates

  • PlayStation 2 : November 14, 2003.
  • GameCube : November 21, 2003.

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