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All Grown Up: Express Yourself
Box artwork for All Grown Up: Express Yourself.
Developer(s) Altron
Publisher(s) THQ
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Party
System(s) Game Boy Advance
Players 1-2
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Preceded by Rugrats Go Wild
Followed by Rugrats Food Fight
Series Rugrats
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All Grown Up: Express Yourself is a party game, developed by Altron for THQ and released for the Game Boy Advance, on October 19, 2004; based upon the Rugrats spin-off series of the same name (which in turn was based on that two-part episode of the original series where the babies build a time machine and travel ten years into the future), it is the second game to feature the Rugrats characters as teenagers, and as such, is geared primarily towards that age group (as reflected by the storyline).


This is taken from the back of the game's box, the front of which is displayed in the image to the right:

Teen Power!
Finally a game made just for teens!
Help Angelica with the school newspaper,
sing a song with Susie, put together stylin'
outfits with Lil, swap information with your
best friends, take a vote on a hot topic or use the
PDA function to plan your busy week!

Unlock 8 different mini-games
(3 can be played head-to-head!)
Store information about yourself and friends
or plan your weekly schedule
using the PDA function

Acquire different accessories to
wear for Kimi, Angelica, Susie or Lil!
Customize your main menu with different
characters, clothes, wallpaper and music!
© Viacom International Inc. 2004

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