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Box artwork for Austin Powers: Oh, Behave!.
Austin Powers: Oh, Behave!
Developer(s)Tarantula Studios
Publisher(s)Rockstar Games
Year released2000
System(s)Game Boy Color
SeriesAustin Powers
ModesSingle player, multiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB Teen
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Austin Powers: Oh, Behave! is a product released by Tarantula Studios, which emulates the interface of the Windows 95 operating system. In addition to containing a text editor and calculator, it has four minigames.

Rock, Paper, Scissors[edit]

Rock Paper Scissors

The Rock, Paper, Scissors minigame can be played against the computer or another human opponent. It is accessible from the games folder on the desktop, and by default, you play a single set of three rounds.

To select your choice, press Left dpad or Right dpad to cycle between the three choices. Press B button when the green light appears; pressing too early or too late will cause you to lose the round.

In single player mode, you are able to select the difficulty as well as the opponent.

Mojo Maze[edit]

Mojo screenshot

Mojo Maze is a minigame based on Pac-Man. It is accessible from the games folder in the desktop. The board is separated into four sections, and the player will need to collect all male symbols from the board.

There are three pickups:

  1. Two items in the corner of each section serve the same function as power pellets; the enemies roaming the maze will be vulnerable to capture for a few moments. While this pickup is active, you will see the word "Mojo" in the bottom-right corner.
  2. Somewhere in each section is a lightning bolt. This boosts your speed temporarly, and will show "Maze" in the bottom-right corner.
  3. When all monsters are freely roaming the board, you can collect a heart from their spawning point. This gives an extra life.

The difficulty may be set among three settings.


Domination screenshot

Domination is based on the game Othello or Reversi, and is accessible from the games folder. As with the original game, you can place a piece on a valid tile (marked with an 'X'), which captures any pieces along a line that are between your newly placed piece and other pieces that you control.

While your opponent may sometimes say "", this is not used in the emulated Internet browser in the product. Entering this into your browser brings you to a third-party commercial website, unrelated to the series.

The difficulty may be set among three settings.

Platform game[edit]

Platform game screenshot

The International Man in a Platform Game is accessible from the icon in the bottom-left corner. In that menu, head to the top and select "Platform Game" from the listing, and choose OK.

Press Left dpad or Right dpad to move Austin left or right. Press B button to fire a bullet (only two are allowed on-screen); keep shooting enemies to turn them into a triangle, and touch the triangles to knock them off screen. Press A button to jump.

Once all enemies are defeated, you can reach the exit.

Other notes[edit]

In accordance to the interface emulation, turning off the Game Boy improperly will cause the analyzer to run. To avoid this, use the icon in the bottom-left corner, and choose "Shut down" if you are finished with the product.