Jane Hoop Elementary:
Turbo of Catland
Developer(s) KnowWonder, Warthog, Griptonite, Argonaut
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Series Jane Hoop Elementary
Engine Unreal engine
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, Mac OS 9, Mac OS X, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation, Xbox
Release date(s) June 26, 2009
Rating(s) E
Media CD-ROM, Nintendo optical disc

Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland is the sixth video game in the Jane Hoop Elementary franchise, which it was released on June 26, 2009. The game is released on Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360, and Mobile platforms.


Danny Gorden starts his fifth time to be survived by evil Dr. Catwoman, when she is taking him onto the evil adventure she has ever done to him. Danny must survived the relatioship and choose to be with Catwoman to be evil or his friends to became a hero.

The game has a character switching, where there are principal of the five characters; includes Danny, Rebecca, Alec, Cory and Jaquille, and with some character have the number of the team. The game have nearly 11 missions and 5 battles. The game sets took place at Cincinnati, Base, Morphin the Power, Catland and Space, during battle at the final.


Note: Although EA plans to put all of these characters in the game, not all of them have been implemented and may be cut from plans.

  • Ben Diskin as Danny Gorden
  • Carolyn Lawrence as Rebecca Henry
  • Don Harris as Alec Gutzwiller
  • Casey Kasem as Cory Berning
  • Khary Payton as Jaquille Short
  • Chris Fox as Robert Foster
  • Samantha Truman as Belle Lamar
  • Diana Rose as Dr. Catwoman
  • Sandra Green as Shego Dalma
  • Terrence Williams as Shadow the Monkeyman
  • Arthur Walters as Goldenman
  • Miranda Richardson as Miss. Bella Watson
  • George Jones as Mayor
  • Lisa as Alice Kingston
  • Lisa Harris as Dacia
  • Joey Carter as Evan

Notes: Alyssa Hudson originally scheduled to portrayal as Alice Kingston for the game, but she is trated by Lisa Dee, the young actress, to portrayal as the character, since the movie.


The game itself has been received with mixed opinions - although this is common with tie-ins. Most critics seem to prefer the Wii version due to the wand-like Wii Remote controls.

  • ONM (Wii): 82% [1]
  • (PS3): 8.0 [1]
  • (Wii): 8.0 [1]
  • X-Play (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360): 4 out of 5 [1]
  • IGN (Wii): 7.8 [1]
  • IGN (Xbox 360): 7.6 [1]
  • IGN (PS3): 7.6 [1]
  • IGN (PC): 7.3 [1]
  • IGN (PS2): 7.0 [1]
  • IGN (DS): 6.0 [1]
  • Gamestyle (Wii) 6.0 [1]
  • PSM3 (PS2): 56% [1]
  • PSM3 (PS3): 55% [1]
  • GameSpot (All versions): 5.0 [1]
  • Gamestyle (Xbox 360) 4.0 [1]
  • The Wiire (Wii): C+. The Wiire also awarded the game with the Family Friendly and Ease of Use awards. [1]
  • Game Revolution: C- [1]


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External linksEdit

  • Official website
  • Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland at Internet Movie Database