Banjo-PilotStarting its life as Diddy Kong Pilot before the monkey shines were laid to rest, Banjo-Pilot stars everyones favorite unassuming Honey Bear and loudmouthed Red Crested Breegull as they take to the skies in this exhilarating Gameboy Advance Racer. Joining the fray are several familiar faces from the Banjo-Kazooie universe including Mumbo-Jumbo, Humba Wumba, Jolly Roger, Bottles the Mole and even the wicked witch Gruntilda, who Banjo and Kazooie will have to race through sixteen classic courses from Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie and Grunty's Revenge. Along the way to claim the cup, Honeybear and company will soar over the sands of Treasure Trove Cove, take flight over frigid heights of Freezeezy Peak and even take part in vicious dog fights high above the clouds. There's plenty of unlockable content to keep you coming back for more, whether it's adding another ally to your ever expanding cast of characters, or bribing Cheato the Spell Book for his knowledge over the mysterious "Stop 'N' Swap" feature, Banjo-Pilot offers up some high flying fun!
Banjo-Pilot Team:Game Design - Gary Richards
Art & Graphics - Dermot Fanning, Chris Peil, Keri Wood
Software - Trevor Attwood, Paul Rahme, James Simmons, Rob Ware
Music & Sound Effects - Robin Beanland, Jamie Hughes, Eveline Novakovic
Quality Assurance - Huw Ward, Richard Cousins, Luke Munton, David Wong, Chris Allcock, Ross Bullimore, Simon Chang, Liam Davey, Christian Leech, Scott MacDowall, David Parkinson, Hinesh Patel, Gary Phelps, Anthony Salway, Matthew Smalley, Gareth Stevenson
Production - Leigh Loveday, Gary Richards
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