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Box artwork for Hook.
Publisher(s)Sony Imagesoft
Year released1992
SeriesPeter Pan
ModesSingle player
Developer(s)Core Design
Publisher(s)Sony Imagesoft
Year released1993
System(s)Sega CD, Sega Genesis
Publisher(s)Sony Imagesoft
Year released1993
System(s)Sega Game Gear
LinksHook (SNES) ChannelSearchSearch
For other games named Hook, see Peter Pan.

Hook is a game that was released in 1992 on four different consoles. The original version for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was designed and developed by a Japanese game developer, Ukiyotei. The Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Sega Mega-CD/Sega CD ports were handled by Core Design. The Sega Game Gear port was handled by Spidersoft (this was also supposed to be released for the Sega Master System; a prototype exists). All versions were published by Sony Imagesoft and were essentially identical; however, the Sega CD version has the musical score from the film and better cut scenes with voice actors and digital stills.


The player controls Peter Banning through various side-scrolling levels on, yet again, a quest to save his children from Captain Hook. This game received mostly positive reviews, making it stand out from the typical movie-game adaptation.

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