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Disney Stitch Jam

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Disney Stitch Jam

Also known as: Stitch! DS: Ohana to Rhythm de Daibouken (JP)
Developer: Cattle Call
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: December 3, 2009
Released in US: March 23, 2010
Released in EU: March 26, 2010


RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Disney Stitch Jam is a cutesy rhythm game that is based on the controversial Stitch! anime spin-off of the Lilo & Stitch franchise. This game was released in the United States over eighteen months before the show's 2009-debuted English dub made its very brief American run on Disney XD in October 2011. That being said, the anime elements in this game are rather minimal, with only a couple minor characters and other elements exclusive to the show appearing.

Regional Differences

The Japanese version of the game includes voice clips for Stitch and Angel, whose voices are provided by their Japanese voice actors Kōichi Yamadera and Madoka Takeda, respectively. These voice clips are removed from the international releases.

The logo on the title screen comes up in different ways between the Japanese and English versions. In the Japanese version, the game's title is shouted out by a group of kids, with each word in the logo appearing on a white field as they are spoken. After "Daibouken" appears, the white field shatters to reveal Stitch, Angel, Reuben, Felix, and BooGoo enjoying the beach. Occasionally, BooGoo might float in front of the white field before the beach is revealed. In the non-Japanese versions, the logo comes in all at once without the title spoken at all, and the white field shatters almost as soon as the logo comes up.

The North American version of the game includes DGamer, Disney's kid-friendly social network for Nintendo DS games that operated from 2008 to 2013 exclusively on the continent. Completing levels in Story Mode unlocks DGamer badges and avatar items.

The Disney Interactive Studios opening logo has different copyright years depending on the version. The Japanese version only shows 2009, while the international release adds 2010. In addition, the North American version adds a DGamer splash between the Cattle Call and DIS splashes in the opening logos.