Fans of AUSTIN POWERS will find a lot to do in AUSTIN POWERS: Oh Behave! This game turns your Game Boy Color into a mini-organizer, complete with a word processor (Austin's Pad), a calculator (the Shagulator), and a mockup web browser that contains facts about the popular movies. Looking for something a bit more game-related? Well, AUSTIN POWERS has those in spades, too! The largest of the games, "International Man in a Platform Game," is just what it sounds like. In it you play as Austin through a multitude of platform levels that feature full-color graphics inspired by the movie. Also available for your enjoyment are the "Mojo Maze," a takeoff on PAC-MAN, "Domination," a board game similar to OTHELLO, and finally "Rock or Paper or Scissors," which pits you against an Austin Powers villain in a play of the classic game. Customize the backdrop of all the fun by choosing wallpaper, screensavers, sound effects, and more. You can also link up to play some of the games with a friend or foe using either AUSTIN POWERS: Oh Behave! or AUSTIN POWERS: Welcome to My Underground Lair.
Austin Powers in Goldmember | Malika Msefer
Undoubtedly, Myers creation of The Guru Pitka is an original one. Something we really haven't seen in a movie before. But everything that surround him, we have. He bends his legs over his head like the Austin Powers villain Goldmember, he rides around on a motorized pillow reminiscent of Dr. Evil and his various troublesome chairs, he unleashes a stream of Freudian slips when he encounters ("How do you do? Shrimp?" "I'm sorry, I didn't catch your gnome... name!" "You are a midget") similar to Austin Powers meeting Number Three character in . You know - the one with the mole? ("Moley, moley, moley!") There is an Austin Powers-esque dance number and The Guru Pitka has unfortunate body hair like Powers as well - there's another trailer showing him showering with long nipple hair that comes to a point like his beard.
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Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) - IMDb