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1This page covers the video games made for the ''Franchise/LiloAndStitch'' franchise, all of which shown here are published by [[Creator/DisneyInteractiveStudios Disney Interactive]] except where noted. Any {{crossover}} instances found in other Disney games do not count.----!!''Lilo & Stitch'' video games with their own pages (arranged in chronological release order):!!!Based on [[WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitch the original film]][[index]]* ''[[VideoGame/LiloAndStitchGameBoyAdvance Disney's Lilo & Stitch]]'' (UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance; 2002)* ''Disney's VideoGame/LiloAndStitchTroubleInParadise''[[note]]Titled ''Disney's Lilo & Stitch'' on the [[MarketBasedTitle American PlayStation release]][[/note]] (UsefulNotes/PlayStation and UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows; 2002)* ''Disney's VideoGame/StitchExperiment626'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation2; 2002).[[/index]]!!!Based on ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries''[[index]]* ''Disney's VideoGame/LiloAndStitch2HamstervielHavoc''[[note]]Titled ''Disney's Lilo & Stitch 2'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Europe]] and ''Disney's Lilo and Stitch'' in [[MarketBasedTitle in Japan]], with the title screen of the Japanese version calling it ''Disney's Lilo and Stitch: The Series''[[/note]] (Game Boy Advance, 2004)[[/index]]----[[foldercontrol]][[folder:''Disney Stitch Jam'' and ''Disney Stitch Jam: Doodle in Rhythm'']][[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/disney_stitch_jam.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:300:The North American cover to the first ''Stitch Jam''.]]A pair of {{Rhythm Game}}s for UsefulNotes/NintendoDS that are tie-in games for the ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' anime. Both games were developed by Cattle Call. The first game, ''Disney Stitch Jam'',[[note]]''Stitch! DS: Ohana to Rhythm de Daibouken''[[/note]] was released in Japan on December 3, 2009, in North America on March 23, 2010, and in Europe on March 26, 2010, and is based on the Creator/{{Madhouse}}-produced first two seasons. The sequel, ''Motto! Stitch! DS: Rhythm de Rakugaki Daisakusen ♪'',[[note]]''More! Stitch! DS: Great Mission to Doodle in Rhythm ♪''[[/note]] was released [[NoExportForYou only in Japan]] on November 18, 2010, and is based on the Creator/ShinEiAnimation-produced third season, ''Stitch! ~Best Friends Forever~''.----!!Tropes relating to the ''Stitch Jam'' games include:* AndYourRewardIsClothes:** Players can unlock outfits for the experiments to wear in both games.** The North American version, which has Disney's Nintendo DS-based FriendingNetwork [=DGamer=], allows players to unlock ''Lilo & Stitch''-themed items and clothes for their [=DGamer=] avatars upon completing levels in Story Mode.* AscendedExtra: Felix (X-010) is not one of the Mid Six-Twos (who are all among the franchise's major characters) and doesn't appear in the main story at all, yet he's playable in Free Mode and Challenge Mode.* {{Blooper}}: In the English version, the final cutscene has Jumba referring to Reuben and Stitch as 625 and... 625.* DamselInDistress: Angel is held captive by Gantu and Hämsterviel in the first game's Story Mode.* DummiedOut: The Japanese version of the first game features voice clips for Stitch and Angel from their respective Japanese voice actors Creator/KoichiYamadera and Madoka Takeda, along with what's mentioned under Title Scream below. All these are cut out from the international releases.* PlayableEpilogue: The first game's Bonus Story mode, unlocked from playing Free Mode, has the player play as Angel as she roams around Izayoi Island during her date with Stitch.* PostEndGameContent: In the first game, Free Mode is unlocked after completing Story Mode along with the ability to play as [[DistaffCounterpart Angel]] (X-624), [[TheImp Reuben]] (X-625), and [[NeatFreak Felix]] (X-010). Further content is unlocked from earning stars in Free Mode.* TitleScream: The Japanese version of the first game has a bunch of kids shouting the game's title on the title screen, with each word appearing on the screen one at a time. The English version does not have this.[[/folder]]----

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