I've never heard of this TV show.
"¡Mucha Lucha!(tm): Mascaritas of the Lost Code"
has shipped on the Game® Boy Advance
Get ready to enter the ring at the
Foremost World Renowned International School of Lucha
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - November 18, 2003 - "Honor, Family, Tradition...and Donuts!" Ubisoft announces that "¡Mucha Lucha!: Mascaritas of the Lost Code" has shipped on the Game® Boy Advance. Based on the hugely popular Warner Bros. Animation series airing on Kids' WB!, "¡Mucha Lucha!: Mascaritas of the Lost Code" places gamers into the wild, colorful world of "¡Mucha Lucha!" and is set in The Foremost World-Renowned International School of Lucha.
Players will wrestle their way through a wacky adventure infused with the creative art style and hilarious characters - including Rikochet, Buena Girl and The Flea - that live within the "¡Mucha Lucha!" world. "¡Mucha Lucha!: Mascaritas of the Lost Code" for the Game Boy Advance showcases the three mascaritas (little masked ones) in over-the-top action, episode-style level design, and awe-inspiring wrestling signature moves as they fight to win back the Code of Masked Wrestling!
While in the care of Rikochet, Buena Girl and The Flea, the official "Code of Masked Wrestling" has been stolen from the main office of the School of Lucha. The three mascaritas must find the book or be expelled! The quest to retrieve the book leads them to bizarre landscapes and to a final encounter with the dreaded El Dolor de Kurtz, the evil leader of room 207.
About the Game
Developed by Digital Eclipse Software, Inc., the game enables the player to play as all three of the mascaritas; Rikochet, Buena Girl and The Flea. Each character has their own signature move, but the other amigos can really help in a challenge when the player tags them in. Other game features include:
"¡Mucha Lucha!: Mascaritas of the Lost Code" has an ESRB rating of "E" for Everyone and will have a suggested retail price of $29.99.
What is Lucha Libre?
First conceived in the 1930s, Lucha Libre, the theatrical style of Mexican pro masked wrestling, was the inspiration for the "¡Mucha Lucha!" animated series. Very popular in Mexico and Latin America, Lucha Libre matches are enjoyed by entire families, and the appeal has since broadened into the United States.