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Banjo-Tooie (2000) Online
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Video Game / Animation / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Fantasy
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Directror :
Gregg Mayles
Cast :
Eveline Fischer,Grant Kirkhope,Steve Malpass
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Gruntilda the witch is revived by her two sisters and seeks to steal the life essence of creatures to regain her complete body. Banjo and Kazooie travel various worlds in search of Jiggies to stop Grunty in her plans.

Banjo-Tooie (2000) Online

It has been two years since Banjo the bear and Kazooie the breegull (a type of bird) defeated the nasty witch Gruntilda and imprisoned her under a huge green boulder. Banjo, Kazooie, and their friends Bottles and Mumbo Jumbo resumed living happy, carefree lives on Spiral Mountain. One night, as the four sit down at a table in Banjo's house to play cards, a huge rumbling noise comes from outside. The rumbling is actually Gruntilda's sisters: the tall and skinny Mingella, and the short and fat Blobbelda, who have come in their drilling machine to release Grunty from under the rock. Meanwhile, Mumbo Jumbo decides to go out and investigate. Mingella pulls out a magic book, utters a magic spell, and lifts the rock. Gruntilda emerges, but in a totally different condition than before - she decomposed into a skeleton! Mumbo frantically races back to warn the others, but Gruntilda sees him and fires a blast of energy, which hits Banjo's house. Banjo, Kazooie, and Mumbo stumble out from the ...
Credited cast:
Eveline Fischer Eveline Fischer - Humba Wumba (voice) (as Eveline 'Twinklies' Fischer)
Grant Kirkhope Grant Kirkhope - Mumbo Jumbo / Jinjos / King Jingaling / Jamjars (voice) (as Grant 'Old King Coal' Kirkhope)
Steve Malpass Steve Malpass - Jolly Roger (voice) (as Steve 'Mingella' Malpass)
Lee Ray Lee Ray - Bottles (voice)
Chris Seavor Chris Seavor - Gruntilda / Additional Voices (voice) (as Chris 'Pawno' Seavor)
Chris Sutherland Chris Sutherland - Banjo / Kazooie (voice) (as Chris 'Superstash' Sutherland)

Also planned but scrapped was Devil version of Bottles, the character was modeled up ready to go, but was eventually cut from the storyline. Although his face can still be seen in the Tower of Tragedy quiz.

The only items from the first game to not appear in this game are the Mumbo Tokens and the Extra Life Trophies.

The music score for the underwater areas of Jolly Roger's Lagoon was originally written for Banjo-Kazooie (1998).

Planned but initially scrapped was a data transfer plan that would allow players to transfer data from Banjo-Kazooie (1998) to this game and back, however this was scrapped due to the fact that Rare could not find a way to transfer data from one Nintendo 64 cartridge to another without going over-budget.

Two Eggs and one Ice key is hidden in this game. Originally they were to be part of the data transfer plan. There were originally going to be four more eggs and a Fire key as well.

The name of Bottles' two kids are Googles and Speccy which were names that Kazooie called Bottles in the first game.

The first appearances of King Jingaling, Honey B., Jamjars, Jiggywiggy and Humba Wumba.

The Pirate character, Captain Black Eye, mentions he once had a dream of being in his own game before a Bear stole his glory. This is a development gag referring to the early history of Banjo-Kazooie (1998), which began development as an RPG with a boy hero and pirates (among them Captain Black Eye) before numerous revisions created the concept of Banjo-Kazooie.

When Donkey Kong got his own video game on the SNES, Diddy Kong was the side-kick. Diddy got a video game on the N64, called Diddy Kong Racing. In this, another playable character was Banjo. Banjo-Tooie is Banjo's second game in which he's the main character. In this game, One of Bottle's children has a toy in his hands that closely resembles Donkey Kong.

The only seven secondary characters from Banjo-Kazooie to return in this game are Gobi the Camel, Boggy Bear, Tiptup the Turtle, Conga the Gorilla, Soggy, Moggy and Groggy.

The bee and washing machine are the only two transformations to appear in both N64 games, even though the washing machine was a cheat in the first game.

All the moves from the first game remain the same except the Claw Swipe which has been replaced by a ground version of the Rat-a-Tat-Rap.

Tootie does not appear in this game except for a face on a milk carton in Cloud Cookoland.

This game takes place two years after Banjo-Kazooie.

Gruntilda's sisters names are Mingella and Blobbelda.

There are three encounters with Klungo in this game.

The five types of eggs in this game are Blue Eggs, Fire Eggs, Grenade Eggs, Ice Eggs and Clockwork Kazooie Eggs.

Once you free Sabreman from being encased in ice, he mentions he's been frozen there since 1984 the same year Sabre Wulf (1984) was released.

User reviews



Banjo-Tooie is a sequel to the best-selling Rareware adventure game Banjo-Kazooie. Banjo-Tooie takes place two years after the main characters Banjo (a lazy bear) and Kazooie (an egotistical bitch of a red-crested breegull who is foul-mouthed, rude and proud of it!) defeat an evil fat witch named Gruntilda. Trapped under a boulder for all those years, her two evil sisters Mingella and Blobbelda come and rescue the already-skeletal Grunty. She and her sisters then fire a huge laser from their colossal digger and Banjo and Kazooie's house and in the process, one of their friends, Bottles the Mole, dies. Once again, Banjo & Kazooie go on an awesome epic quest to follow and kill Grunty and revive Bottles.

In Banjo Tooie, there is a lot more crude themes, humour and very subtle sexual references than its predecessor. this is the reason why although Banjo-Kazooie games look kiddish, they attract full-grown non-retarded adults as gamers. It is definitely an improvement to the first game, being longer (for the average person it takes 50 hours to get every single item), more sweet-looking worlds (like an underwater lagoon, a world in the clouds, a prehistoric world, and a two peaks with completely opposite climate), and generally a better audience.

I really like Banjo-Tooie for the N64. It easily makes my top ten any day.


although many people don't agree with me, but Banjo-Tooie, Banjo-Kazooie's so called "Prequel" is not what it's says. it's the sequel to one of the best games of 1998. it's funny, too. this game has 14 Mini- Games!, and bosses like Klungo and Weldar! I recommend renting or buying this with your wallet full of $50!


This game is really, really, really, really, really, really, good! It's so fun! It's got better graphics than Banjo Kazooie, and a better storyline. Grunty the witch comes back to life and tries to get revenge! It sounds boring, but I just don't want to spoil some of the cool stuff. This game is really funny, too. Banjo Kazooie will always be a great game, but it's awesome sequel is better. Very fun game. I love it. If you've never played it, buy it, because it's better than Banjo Kazooie! You can even play as Mumbo in this, and he goes faster than Banjo. He has a really cool staff, too. 8/10! A must buy game for fans of Banjo Kazooie.