Futurama (video game)

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Its Futurama the game!

Genre: Action
Players: 1
Platforms: Xbox, Playstation 2
Released: 08/01/03(EU), 08/14/03(US)

The Story

Act I: Fry

At Planet Express, Fry, Leela and Bender learn from the Professor (who's wearing a sombrero) that he's sold the company to Mom. Immediately after this, a report comes on the news saying that she is now the majority shareholder, and ruler, of Earth. Mom claims everyone as slaves and sets a curfew so the crew decide to escape. Unfortunately the ship is severely damaged, with unknown reason, and needs repairs. While everyone else does something important, Fry is instructed to find a hammer. Fry dies getting the hammer but is brought back with the Professor's new invention, the Reanimator (which looks like a giant toaster). Fry keeps the hammer (for a weapon), which the Professor didn't need, and heads off to find the tools that are needed. After the repairs are done, it turns out that the backup dark matter engine is needed, but was pawned. Fry is given a gun and sent via the sewers (to avoid the Hoverbot Death Troopers) to Rook Takes Pawnshop.

Act II: Bender

Fry returns with the engine and they install it, the four escape, taking the Reanimator with them. Mom converts the planet into a spaceship in order to take over the universe and is annoyed to hear that the Planet Express crew is escaping. She then proceeds to try to hunt them down, but the Earth's engines aren't powerful enough. At Sal's Salvage on an asteroid, Sal informs them that the only kind of engine that will move the Earth is a dark matter engine ("and a big ones at thats"), and she'll need the Professor to get it. The Professor informs Bender that he's now a playable character and the ship gets caught. Sal has helped out Mom by trapping the Planet Express ship in a suck beam. Bender abandons ship, in full view of Mom and her sons, then dies on impact with the asteroid and is brought back by the Reanimator, which falls on his disassembled body. He then agrees to rescue the others in exchange for a box of magazines with fembot centre folds.

On his way to rescue the crew Bender has to evade Ignar in a turret, machinery activated by Larry and finally win in battle against Walt, who's in a tank. Bender pulls the leaver, boards the ship, and they escape.

Act III: Leela

The Professor says that he's not skilled enough to invent something to save the day; they'll have to visit his mentor and former graduate advisor Adoy, who lives on Bogad in the furthest corner of the universe. They don't have enough fuel, so Leela, who's now playable, is asked to get some. Mom catches them because she wants blueprints for the dark matter engine. They only exist in the Professor's head so she takes that, in a jar, and sends the ship hurtling towards the Sun. The ship crash lands near Sun City. Ra-Ra the Sun King offers them dark matter in exchange for protecting his people from the Sun God and his army.

Act IV: Zoidberg

Act V: Mom

Additional Info


  • In the options menu, Billy West provides audio for SFX Volume and Speech Volume testing.
  • Both Scruffy and Hermes are seen sleeping on the job.
  • Terry's "Welcome to the word of tommorrow!" features in the intro remix.
  • Due to the episode's nature, it is best viewed as an "Anthology of Interest" (2ACV16, 3ACV18).
  • The four types of mutant seen in this game are how they were expected to be in 2ACV01, there is no sign of intelligence and minimal, if any, humanity.
  • Leela's parents' house appears to be in Old New York.
  • Bender's birth stone is Robobium.


  • Farnsworth: Good news everyone, I've sold Planet Express to Mom.
  • Morbo: At the risk of ediotorialising, this reporter aplauds the demise of the pathetic human species.
  • Fry: Wow! I had my first kiss in a subway car just like that one. Huh, homeless people.
  • Fry: Ah, Old New York. Over there is where I first got mugged. *muttering* Homeless people.
  • Bender: Farewell, big blue ball of idiots!
  • Sal: Don't worries, I've gots an idea, I mean, an ideas.
  • Bender: "I sure am lucky that rock tower just happened to be there."
  • Ignar: "If you see Mommy tell her I killed you!"
  • Walt: "Cursed robot! You haven't seen the last of me! Unless you die before I see you again, in which case you haaaaave!"
  • Farnsworth: "The worst part is the phantom hemoroids."
  • Leela: "Is everyone alright?"
    Bender: "Yeah I'm okay, fortunately I landed on something soft."
    *Bender is seated on another of Fry's corpses*
  • Leela: "Be careful Fry, your not supposed to look directly at the Sun."
  • Ra-Ra: "That-um big toaster."

Inside References

  • The Professor sites the fact that the crew never charges anyone as a reason for selling the company.
  • Employee locker contents (left to right):
    • Amy - a photo of the professional beach bully from 1ACV12, clothes and perfume/deoderant.
    • Fry - a photo of Leela, Zero-G Juggs magazine and food scraps, containers and stains.
    • Hermes - a caged Nibbler (in the game Nibblers are collected to unlock extras).
    • Bender - cash, a photo of Calculon, a womans shoe, a purse, circuit diagrams, stack of Fembot magazines, some mechanical nuts, keg of beer and a gold violin.
    • Leela - security pass for the building and some boots.
    • Professor - photo of Mom, photo of Cubert, Death Clock and Finglonger.
    • Zoidberg - Planet of the Clams poster, human skeleton and human arm.
  • Mom finally gets her Mother's Day wish.
  • Two of the items Fry collects are the Captain's Handbook and Zoidberg's pogostick.
  • In the sewers; signs warn not to feed the crocs.
  • Bender mentions his gold tooth (2ACV07)
  • Bender's first person view is like the one shown in Mother's Day.

Outside References

  • In the end of Act I, the Chicken Walker is a reference to Star Wars.
  • The initial meeting with Adoy on Bogad is a reference to a similar scene in Star Wars when Luke meets Yoda on Dagobah.
    • Additionally, the character and planet names in the game are the Star Wars names backwards.
  • In Act II a flying saucer contains one of Elvis Presley's costumes and a spacesuit with a helmet that is shaped likehis hair.
  • The characters occassionally break the fourth wall, mentioning "playable characters" or just the fact that this is a game.
  • Ra-Ra the Sun King's name is based on Ra, the Egytian sun god.


  • Using a sucide booth with the invincibility cheat turned on removes the Fry character model from the screen but doesn't kill you.


(In alphabetical order)

Types of Generic Enemy Characters

As these are groups of minor enemies introduced to be killed in the game, every appearance is a debut appeearance.

  • Non-sentient Sewer Mutants
  • Gas mask troopers
  • Red Light District Robots
  • Hoverbot Death Troopers
  • Alien weasels
  • Rock monsters
  • Mining robots
  • False Sun God's army.
  • Sentry robots



  • Movies
    • All 33 FMVs
    • Season 3 - DVD Trailer
    • Attract Movie
    • Credits Movie
  • Music
    • Game music
  • Gallery
    • Loading Screens

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