Bee Movie Game, based on the DreamWorks-animated movie of the same name, was released in October 2007. Beenox developed the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, and Microsoft Windows versions of the game; Smart Bomb Interactive developed the Wii version; and Vicarious Visions developed the Nintendo DS version. As Barry B. Benson, players take on an adventure to save the bees' production of honey through New York City. Players get to experience Barry's life within the hive and navigate their way around the world from the feature film using many techniques. Players can drive through the city using race cars, scooters, taxicabs, and trucks. Players can "fly" Barry at high speed through the sky. Using the Pollinator, players can Blast through obstacles or they can Buzz to cause a chain reaction. Jerry Seinfeld, John Goodman, Patrick Warburton, and Tress MacNeille reprise their voices from the movie.
Ya like speed? Bee Movie Game is silly, simple speedrun based on the cult-classic movie. Each of the three different versions of the game, developed by three different studios, are host to separate mechanics and route. The games also have a lot in common: speeding through dumb mini-games, buzzing around iconic scenes from the movie, and lots of bee puns.
Bee Movie Game (PC, X360, PS2) is a 2-3 hour experience with lots of minigames, a few glitches, and several large-scale 3D levels to adventure through.
Bee Movie Game (DS) is a shorter, 2D experience with a healthy mix of mini-games and levels.
Bee Movie Game (Wii) is the shortest of the three, and focuses almost entirely on 3D-level navigation.