Around the World in 80 Days is a side-scrolling action-adventure game. Set in the 19th century, it features pre-rendered sprites, and follows almost the film's storyline and most of its locations. In the game, the player controls Passepartout, a Chinese valet hired by an inventor Phileas Fogg in attempts to circumnavigate the world in 80 days. During gameplay, the player encounters various enemies along the way, including warriors sent by General Fang. There are four blue symbols scattered throughout each level; the player must collect all four of these symbols in order to advance to the next level. Collecting them also increases the length of the health bar. The health bar depletes when being attacked by enemies or traps, and when emptied, one of the remaining lives (dubbed as "vials" in-game) will be used automatically. An extra vial is granted if the player collects 80 golden coins scattered throughout the game.
The Game Boy Advance's R, A and B buttons are used for kicking, punching and jumping, respectively. Pressing the Select button at any point will display the controls. Passepartout can perform various actions, such as sliding, jumping from wall to wall, and grabbing ledges. The player can also attack while jumping or crouching. The game uses a password function, which allows the player to return to a specific level in the game.
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