| The Chronicles of Henry the Moose |
|Release date|| Japan- November 8, 2009 |
U.S.A.- November 26, 2009
Europe- January 2, 2010
|Mode(s)||Single Player, Multiplayer (seperate)|
The Chronicles of Henry the Moose is the first installment of the Henry the Moose Series. It was developed by SMB productions and will plan to release November 8, 2009 in Japan, November 26, 2009 in U.S.A, and January 2, 2010 in Europe. The game includes many cameos from original Nintendo characters such as Mario, Fox McCloud, Captain Falcon, and others. The game was rated E10 for comic mischief, crude humor, and violence.
Story Plot Edit
In Henry's first adventure, he starts off wandering in his homeland, The Forest. However, a crazed llama sniper-assassin targets Henry as he carries out a direct mission for Tango the Llama Lord to eliminate Henry for further purposes of invasion. Right as the shot is taken, a familiar mustached hero pushes Henry out of the way, saving his life. After Henry and Mario "deal" with the assassin, they notice a badge on the assassin entitled with the initials, "ALLF", otherwise known as the "Assassin's League of the Llamnian Federation". Henry takes notice immediately and understands that since Tango is now the Llamnian leader (and what Henry did not actually mean to do to him) and could carry out assassination attempts. Meeting several other Nintendo characters on the way, Henry easily clears the path to the liberation of tyranny for the Llamnian society. Disposing each threat at a time.... The only question is........can Henry really defeat Tango?
Grand Immortal's Power: Expansion Plot Edit
After Henry's first adventure, mysterious events begin taking place in The Forest, such as animals found scattered across the Forest entirely cased with stone. Each clue at a time, the perpetrator reveals himself among the shadows, hissing into Henry's ears every time he finds a clue. When Henry finds Pineapple to help him, he was too late. Turned into stone. Henry's alone, no help, no assistance, just him. After a tree fall on Henry, he is forced to hide, and not let his weakness show. No use, as the Grand Immortal finally reveals his physical being, a giant black-furred wolf. Injured, Henry is forced to flee. Even if Henry fully recovers, would he be able to take down a beast known as the "Grand Immortal"?
This game has the practical 3D "beat-em-up" style gameplay. Most notably like the LEGO adventure games. However, the characters use special abilities and can be upgraded to 3 ranks.
- Antlers: Rank 1 (Start)
Henry goes on a rampage and randomly bashes anything within a 5 foot radius for 3 seconds.
- Endured Antlers: Rank 2 (1,000 Moose Cash) (Bought at the Moose Valley Super Market)
Same as Rank 1, except he bashes anything within a 10 foot radius for 5 seconds.
- Super Rampage: Rank 3 (5,000 Moose Cash) (Bought at the Motorcycle Canyon Black Market)
Henry goes on an outstanding rampage and devastates the enemies within 20 feet for 15 seconds!
- Fireball: Rank 1 (Start)
Mario shoots a single stream of 5 fireballs; great for collaterals.
- Fire Blast: Rank 2 (1,000 Moose Cash) (Moose Valley Super Market)
Mario fires a huge blast of fire across the screen; as wide as 10 feet.
- Fire Quake: Rank 3 (Found during level 11-3)
Mario leaps up into the air and punches the ground as he lands. This causes every enemy on the screen to perish, but injures Mario and his partner by 25 HP. Can only be used 3 times in a level.
In the options menu, the player may switch the difficulty modes.
The easiest difficulty. Enemies are super weak and the player is very strong.
Not too easy, not too hard. Enemies and the players are balanced. The ideal starting difficulty.
Hard, the enemies deal way more damage, while the player does less. Normal mode must be beaten first.
Very hard. Enemies deal 5 times more damages than the player does. Only for players seeking the ultimate challenge. Hardcore must be completed first.
- Cut-scene 1: To Save the Day
To start off the game, Henry is shown walking through The Forest. Then the camera shift over to a tree branch. A Llama drops down onto the branch and pulls out a sniper rifle. The cross-heirs from the scope line up with Henry's head. However, as soon the sniper pulls the trigger, Mario dives and tackles Henry out of the way. The sniper looks back from the scope with a scared look on his face. Henry and Mario get up, and glare angrily at the sniper.
- 1-1: ALLF
This level is the tutorial level. All you need to do is defeat the sniper, then finish the tutorials for Henry and Mario.
- 1-2: Disposing the Rest
After finishing the tutorials, you will get strange radio transmission messages coming out of Henry's phone.
Henry then looks startled, then cuts to a flashback in which Henry mentally scarred Tango. Mario looks at the ground and points at a few footprints left by other Llamas. Go along a trail, every 20 steps or so, you'll be be attacked by a group of 2 llamas. Once you've followed the trail, Henry and Mario will enter a large round dirt arena. The screen turns black.
- 1-3: Captain Wool's Friends
As the player enters the large arena, a sheep with a pirate captain's hat will jump out of the bushes, along with goons.
Capt. Wool: Arrrrrrr! Tango be lookin' fer yer! Git 'em boys!
There will be 3 waves. The first wave will consist of 10 llama pirates. The second wave will have 30 llama pirates. The final wave will have 50 llama pirates. The first wave should not give the player any trouble. The second wave will highly recommend the player to use either Henry's or Mario's special abilities at least twice. The final wave will undoubtedly have the player use the special abilities. After the waves are defeated, Captain Wool will retreat.
Capt. Wool: You soft, fluffy sea dogs! I'll have yer head, moose!
- Cut-scene 2: To Visit a Lil' Somethin' Somethin'
- 2-1: Hail Pineapple! The Loyalest Squirrel!
- 2-2: Mastering the Buck-teeth
- 2-3: More of Captain Wool's Friends....
- Cut-scene 3: A Break-In To Remember
- 3-1: On a Side Note.....
- 3-2: Visiting the Throne
- 3-3: When You Infiltrate Something, Be Prepared to Make a Decent Exit....
- 4-1: The Beginning of the Beginning
- 4-2: The Green Spark
- 4-3: The Fleet
- 5-1: On the Dock
- 5-2: To the Poop-deck!
- 5-3: Cap'ns Quarters
- 6-1: On the Road Again
- 6-2: Unexpected Rendezvous
- 6-3: Motorcycle Canyon
- 7-1: Meet the Boss
- 7-2: Chase the Boss
- 7-3: Fight the Boss
- 8-1: Uranium Fields
- 8-2: This is Almost Chernobyl!
- 8-3: Tango's Radioactive Pet
- 9-1: Escape!
- 9-2: The Explosion Heard 'round the World
- 9-3: The Winged Messenger
- 10-1: Gathering the Intel
- 10-2: Tactics, comrades, tactics!
- 10-3: Found them!
- 11-1: Save the Princess!
- 11-2: A Familiar Scene
- 11-3: Sorry, but the Princess is in Another Castle....just kidding...
- 12-1: Estate
- 12-2: Castillo de Tango (Tango's Castle/Spanish)
- 12-3: Endkampf (Final Battle/German)
Grand Immortal's Power Walk-throughEdit
- 13-1: Back in Action
- 13-2: They're Stoned...literally....
- 13-3: A Turn of Events
- 14-1: Scavenger, Part 1
- 14-2: The Fleeing of Henry the Moose
- 14-3: Scavenger, Part 2
- 15-1: On the Path
- 15-2: The Lair
- 15-3: The Bad Guys Always Lose
- Llamnian Desert
- Llamnian Desert version 2
- Hawk's Theme
- The Forest!
- Henry's Theme
- Battle 2
- Tango's Theme
- Level Clear!
- The Chase I & II version 1
- The Chase I & II version 2
- Tango's Castle
NOTE: Achievements are not finished yet, thank you.
|Achievement and WiiScore Given||What to Do|
|Your First Smack-down- 10 WS||Lay the Beat-down on your first enemy|
|Meet 'Em n' Greet 'Em - 10 WS||Clear levels 1-1 through 1-3.|
|It has buck-teeth.... - 10 WS||Clear levels 2-1 through 2-3.|
|Infiltration - 10 WS||Clear levels 3-1 through 3-3.|
|A Ghost in the Blizzard - 15 WS||Clear level 3-1 without alerting or defeating any enemies|
|Scurvy Dog - 10 WS||Clear levels 4-1 through 4-3|
|Ain't that so, cap'n? - 20 WS||Clear levels 5-1 through 5-3.|
|First-Mate - 30 WS||Defeat Captain Wool without losing 3 health.|
|Welcome to the Canyon boys... - 20 WS||Clear levels 6-1 through 6-3.|
|So Soon? - 50 WS||Clear The Chronicles of Henry the Moose on any difficulty.|
|Ordinary - 50 WS||Complete the game on Normal|
|Moose on Steroids - 150 WS||Complete the game on Immortal.|
|Full Power! - 20 WS||Have Rank 3 on any character's special ability|
|Make Them Tremble With Fear! - 15 WS||Defeat 300 enemies in 1 level.|
|Invincible - 50 WS||Defeat Tango without losing 3 HP|
|I've Seen Better... - 30 WS||Clear 3 worlds without dying.|
|Good For You....... - 60 WS||Clear half the game without dying.|
|Get Some Fresh Air! - 90 WS||Clear 9 worlds without dying.|
|Get a Life! - 120 WS||Clear the whole game without dying.|
|Unsupervised and Loving It! - 10 WS||Only use 1 character on a Free-Play level. (Not Story)|
|Hey Everyone! - 10 WS||Use every playable character in Story Mode.|
|Need Help? - 5 WS||Die 10 times in 1 level.|
|The New Beast on the Block - 25 WS||Complete Levels 13-1 through 13-3 with the new Expansion Pack from the Shop Channel|
|The Beast Revealed - 75 WS||Complete Levels 14-1 through 14-3 with the new Expansion Pack|
|No Stone Left Unturned - 150 WS||Complete the Expansion Pack|
|Immortal - 150 WS||Defeat the Grand Immortal without losing 5 HP|
Tell your views on this game. Put you comment down along with your username.
- Extrasolar ~ Love the plot, love the characters. Keep it up! :)
- Max2 (Talk - Contibutions - LP) ~ Fresh new characters and enemies mixed with the ones we know and love, it's amazing. Keep up the good work!
- ~ This is awesome! I love it! It deserves to be in F3!
- Minimariolover10 20:17, 4 July 2008 (UTC) An interesting mix. And it is always nice to use your childhood memories and creations to use in current games. Fantendo needs things like this more.
- Crossover Kirby ~ This is a very creative idea for a game! I'm giving your game an A!
- - The game is SO COOL and one of my favorites, B+.
- JesseRoo ~ "hot damn girl dont tie your shoelaces" - THIS GAME IS AWESOME. The fact it's based on your childhood creations only makes it better.
- CK11 (Talk) :D
- I'm sorry to say this, but this game deserves a B. Bad coverart, and The game isn't finished. Just saying.-sorastitch
- "The best Henry the Moose game yet!" - RedYoshi (Talk)
- "One for the ages!" - --YoshiEgg · Talk to me... 20:22, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
- Please reply! Seeing isn't believing! Creepy plot...Sounds good!
- Stelios7Talk To Me... - It's great, especially that it was from your childhood imagination.
- Level 10-2's title (Tactics, comrades, tactics!) is said by the pig named Squealer is George Orwell's novel Animal Farm
- 12-2 and 12-3's titles are the only titles in a different language.