BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Revenge of the Chaos Jenny Invasion (also know as BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: The Ultimate Battle in Europe) is a 2002 video game based on the animated series BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends developed by Traveller's Tales, Radical Entertainment and Blitz Games and published by Paramount Interactive, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, and Activision.
PlayStation 1 (NA release), Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color versions were initially scheduled for release but were ultimately abandoned for unknown reasons, probably due to the discontinuation of the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color for the latter version and the PS1 was forgotten because the PS2 was more popular than the PS1, and games from 2002-2004 were only released on the PS1 in European countries.
As Demented Chaos' ghost stalks Foster's, she plots to secretly possess the spirit of Jenny and force her to run away from the home and into a mysterious place, described as an abandoned school that was closed 29 years ago. TBA.
The home console version
The home console versions consist of a 3D platform open world adventure/action gameplay with a few shooting elements that are played in a third-person view similar to the Grand Theft Auto series Playing as Bloo, Mac, and other characters, the player gains several abilities throughout the game that are needed to progress. The player can alternate between abilities by entering tents set up in each level, the latter of which are connected to a ten-way fork.
The GBA version
The GBA version of the game is a 2D platformer, which is similar to other 2D platformers released at the time, such as TBA.
Talk of another BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends game began in early 2001.
- On BFHFIF Season 1 DVD if you put the DVD on the Computer On PC Friendly you can download the free demo/alpha version of the game, which contained content that was about to be in the game, but were taken out for unknown reasons.