The player can control Phineas, Ferb, and Perry in this game's two modes. In "Exploration Mode", the player controls Phineas and Ferb as they explore different areas, from their backyard to the moon, for cool artifacts. In "Action Mode", the player controls Perry as he infiltrates Doofenshmirtz's lab in order to stop the evil doctor from activating his latest schemes. As Phineas and Ferb, the player can build and upgrade an A.T.T. (All-Terrain Transformatron Vehicle).
FEAST YOUR EYES ON THE BOYS’ NEWEST INVENTION AS MAJESCO ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES THE OFFICIAL GAME TRAILER FOR ‘PHINEAS AND FERB: QUEST FOR COOL STUFF’
Edison, NJ – June 11, 2013 – Today,Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of games for the mass market, along with Disney Interactive, debuted the premiere trailer for Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff. Watch Major Monogram showcase the latest in automotive technology as he features the boys’ newest ride, the A.T.T. (All-Terrain Transformatron). The upgradeable, ultra-cool amphibious A.T.T. is equipped with wall-scaling pincers, indestructible drills, and customizable colors. It’s a fun, out-of-this-world treasure-hunting adventure as the inventive stepbrothers enjoy their last week of summer. Meanwhile, Perry the Platypus, aka crime-fighting Agent P, isn’t fooled by competitors like Dr. Doofenshmirtz who plans on unleashing his evil horde of robot–inators to get rid of cool stuff in the Tri-State Area.
Based on the top-rated Emmy Award-winning hit series, Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff is expected to release on the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Wii Uvideo game system, Wii™, Nintendo DS™ and Nintendo 3DS™ this August.
For more information on Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff, please visit www.QuestforCoolStuff.com.
For some reason, the game wasn't shipped until August 15 to stores.
This is the only game to be released on Xbox 360 since Across the 2nd Dimension was never released due to Disney wanting the game to capitalize on the motion control capabilities of the Wii Remote, which the Kinect was unable to perform because of its full body tracking functionality.