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The Incredibles is a 2004 video game based on the film of the same name. It was released on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and Game Boy Advance. The game notably has Samuel L. Jackson, Spencer Fox, Sarah Vowell and Jason Lee reprise their roles. It was followed by a non-canon sequel The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer in 2005.

Tropes include:

  • Adaptation Expansion: The game has levels that last longer than the scenes of the film.
  • Adapted Out: Jack-Jack and Edna Mode aren't seen in the console version of the game, excluding film clips.
  • Company Cross References: The Eggman Movers and Pizza Planet trucks from Toy Story can be seen during the Late for School level, despite the latter not appearing in this game's parent film.
  • Demoted to Extra: Syndrome only appears in his younger Incrediboy alter-ego near the start of the game and doesn't appear as Syndrome after the Time Skip, save for in the cutscenes pulled from the movie.
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  • Final Boss: The Omnidroid.
  • Foe-Tossing Charge: Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl both have Incredi-power attacks that let them charge forward and knock out any enemies they collide with. Mr. Incredible's takes the form of a football tackle, while Elastigirl rolls up into a wheel.
  • Konami Code: Directly referenced in a cheat that refills 25% of your health, UUDDLRLRBAS.
  • One-Hit-Point Wonder:
    • Dash will immediately die if he hits an obstacle or boosts too long in either of his stages.
    • In Violet's one level, she instantly dies if an enemy shoots her.
  • Password Save: The Game Boy Advance version has this.
  • Stealth-Based Mission: Violet's Crossing has Violet sneaking through clusters of enemy guards using her invisibility.
  • Timed Mission: Both of Dash's levels put him on a time limit: Late for School forces him to get to school in five minutes while 100 Mile Dash has him race to several checkpoints within a short time limit.
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  • Warm-Up Boss: Bomb Voyage.