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Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 is a platform game released for the PlayStation 2. It serves as a prequel to the film Lilo & Stitch, showing the life of Jumba and Experiment 626/Stitch before their capture by the Galactic Federation. In the game the player plays as Experiment 626 as he causes destruction and collects DNA for Jumba's illegal genetic mutations. The game also features the only appearance of Experiment 621/Chopsuey.

Plot

Dr. Jumba Jookiba has just finished creating his latest experiment, number 626. He has high hopes for this experiment and is sending him on a mission: collect strands of DNA from all over the galaxy and cause destruction along the way if necessary. The purpose of this mission is to help Jumba create new experiments and fuel teleporting machines that allow 626 to move between worlds. Jumba had previously sent another experiment on this mission, number 621, but was disappointed by the results.

626 encounters a number of obstacles in his mission including:

  • Soldiers from the Galactic Federation sent by Captain Gantu to capture 626 because of the destruction he is causing.
  • Dr. Habbitrale, an evil scientist and rival to Jumba believes that 626 has been sent to attack him . He responds by placing a mutating gene in members of an alien species called Greema and sends the Greemas to destroy 626 in order to prove he is a better scientist than Jumba.

626 eventually finds himself in Habbitrale's lair where he is confronted by Habbitrale controlling a giant robot. 626 destroys the robot with the help of rockets and Habbitrale is left floating through space trapped inside a giant hamster ball.

Jumba is pleased with 626's efforts, however experiment 621 is becoming increasingly jealous and develops a hatred of 626. 621 has secretly been collecting his own strands of DNA and eventually uses them to mutate himself into a large monster with the intention of killing 626 and impressing Jumba. 626 defeats 621 by tricking him into repeatedly electrocuting himself until he is knocked out.

As soon as Jumba finds 621's unconscious body, Gantu arrives and arrests them both. 626 was able to hide and his mission is now to rescue Jumba while collecting DNA along the way. After he rescues Jumba the pair decide to take revenge on Gantu. They do this by knocking him out using a freezing gun and some rockets.

The pair decide to fly through the galaxy with a space cruiser and Gantu vows to eventually catch them both.

Gameplay

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626 in the Greema Jungle.

Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 is a basic platformer, with an environment for exploring, item finding and fighting enemies.

Throughout the game, Jumba gives advice to 626 through floating intercoms. When 626 loses health he can replenish it using "alien toes" which resemble chicken drumsticks. A rare but helpful item is a golden lightening bolt which gives 626 temporary invincibility. 626 will turn gold himself during this period.

626's main weapons are plasma guns with fire power increasing as he finds more guns. He can carry up to four plasma guns at once. There are 2 special guns: a "Big Gun" that fires guided rockets which do massive damage and a Freeze Ray which coats enemies in ice. 626 can also lift and throw enemies and can slam into them when in the air.

626 has the ability to move at a high speed, making the world around him appear in slow motion. However, this ability is limited and players must collect floating timers for him to be able to use it. 626 is also capable of climbing walls covered in wires or vines.

Two additional gadgets appear in some levels: a Grapple gun which allows 626 to swing from branches and beams and a jet pack which can allow 626 limited flight time.

Like most platformers, the game includes collectibles that the player must find to progress throughout the game. The primary collectible is DNA strands which unlock new levels and bosses. Another collectible is movie reels which unlock scenes from the Lilo & Stitch film. Movie reels can either be floating in random areas or are obtained by chasing after flying robots called Squid bots. There are 900 DNA strands and 105 movie reels in total.

Worlds

Not much is revealed about the worlds that 626 visits on his travels aside from a few comments by Jumba through the intercoms. 626 often visits different levels within the same world.

Jungle World

The jungle world is visited frequently by 626. It is the home of Greemas, Buzzards and whale-like creatures called Wuncs. As its name suggests, the jungle world is full of trees, rivers, waterfalls and lakes, however instead of water the liquid is a poisonous acid. Dr. Habbitrale set up operations in this world so he could genetically mutate the native Greemas.

Gas Giant

This is a world which appears to frequently use gas, likely as a power source. 626 explores two factory-like areas and a metropolitan city. The city is also featured in a deleted scene in the Lilo & Stitch film where a video of Stitch causing destruction is shown at his trial.

Jumba's Lab

Main article: Jumba's Lab

626 visits different parts of his creator's lab including an egg factory, an aviary used for jetpack flight and an area full of energy beams appearing to be the main source of power. It is also in Jumba's lab where 626 battles 621.

Military Complex

A ship or planet run by the Galactic Federation which is rife with soldiers.

The prison where Jumba is held in the Lilo & Stitch film is featured in a level called "Welcome Aboard". 626 rides on top of police cruisers to travel through this area.

Cast

Experiments

Gallery

Covers

Models

Characters and bosses

Items

Enemies


v - e - d
Lilo & Stitch Logo
Media

Films and Television: Lilo & Stitch | Stitch! The Movie | Lilo & Stitch: The Series | Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch | Leroy & Stitch | Stitch! | The Origin of Stitch | Video
Soundtracks: Lilo & Stitch: An Original Walt Disney Records Soundtrack | Lilo & Stitch: Island Favorites | Lilo & Stitch Hawaiian Album
Video Games: Lilo & Stitch (GBA) | Lilo & Stitch Pinball | Lilo & Stitch: Hawaiian Adventure | Lilo & Stitch: Hawaiian Discovery | Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise | Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 | Lilo & Stitch 2: Hämsterviel Havoc | Kingdom Hearts II | Stitch Jam | Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep | Stitch Jam 2 | Disney INFINITY | Disney INFINITY: 2.0 Edition
Books: Disney's Wonderful World of Reading

Disney Parks

Disney Animation Building | It's a Small World | Stitch's Great Escape! | Stitch and Friends Summer Surprise | Stitch Encounter | The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents Aloha e Komo Mai!
Entertainment: Celebrate the Magic | Disney's Showtime Spectacular | Disney's Wishes | Fantasmic! | Lilo's Luau & Fun | Mickey and the Magical Map | The Golden Mickeys
Parade: Disney's Stars 'n' Cars... As Never Seen Before | Flights of Fantasy Parade | Jubilation! | Stitch's Summer Dance Bash
Christmas: A Totally Tomorrowland Christmas | World of Color: Season of Light

Characters

Lilo Pelekai | Stitch | Nani Pelekai | Jumba Jookiba | Pleakley | David Kawena | Captain Gantu | Jacques von Hämsterviel | Grand Councilwoman | Galactic Armada | Mertle Edmonds | Elena, Teresa and Yuki | Susan Hegarty | Cobra Bubbles | Moses Puloki | Mr. and Mrs. Pelekai | Ice-Cream Man | Mrs. Edmonds | Officer Kaihiko | Mrs. Hasagawa | Keoni Jameson | Mr. Jameson | Victoria | Charles and Mary | Sara | Mr. Cooper
Stitch! Characters: Yuna Kamihara | Obaa Kamihara | Penny | Sasha | Taro | Hiroman | Jessica | Tigerlily | Kenny | Ani Pelekai | BooGoo | Kijimunaa | Delia
Video Game Characters: Dr. Habbitrale
Experiments: Reuben | Sparky | Angel | Felix | Sample | Kixx | Richter | Cannonball | Yin | Yang | Mr. Stenchy | Phoon | Sprout | Clip | Shortstuff | Splodyhead | Slushy | Melty | Snooty | Skip | Shoe | Dupe | Fibber | Remmy | Poxy | Retro | Poxy | Tank | PJ | Houdini | Wishy-Washy | Topper | Belle | Holio | Spooky | Phantasmo | Bonnie | Clyde | Slick | Spike | Finder | Bugby | Nosy | Heckler | Frenchfry | Drowsy | Yaarp | Ploot | Babyfier | Gigi | Hannerface | Heat | Thresher | Plasmoid | Swapper | Sinker | Swirly | Hunkahunka | Amnesio | Elastico | Slugger | Checkers | Spats | Lax | Morpholomew | Doubledip | Hamlette | Gotchu | Forehead | Hocker | Zawp | Mulch | Shredder | Pix | Boomer | Cloudy | Manners | Woody | Wrapper | Blowhard | Derrick | Backhoe | Poki | Deforestator | Squeak | Ace | Glitch | Woops | Snafu | Link | Zap | Fudgy | Nosox | Stamen | Tickle-Tummy | Clink | Jam | Digger | Mary | Huggo | Slimy | Stopgo | Splat | Kernel | Sproing | Mashy | Butter | Choppers | Millie | Kingpin | Weasel | Carmen | Nodesserto | Vialet | Cooler | Crystallene | Precious | Chopsuey | Blake | Shrink | Twang | Mrs. Sickly | Stank | Pop | Dorkifier | Wormhole | Toons | Hertz Donut | Welco | Lorider | Witch | Sproutling | Evile | 628 | Leroy | Cyber | Dark End
Other: Elvis Presley | Pudge | Jimmy the Cockroach | Various Aliens | Various Robots | Tantalog language

Episodes

Season One: "Richter" | "Phantasmo" | "Clip" | "Mr. Stenchy" | "Spooky" | "Holio" | "Cannonball" | "Yapper" | "Yin-Yang" | "Kixx" | "Splodyhead" | "Amnesio" | "Swirly" | "Fibber" | "Tank" | "Sprout" | "Elastico" | "Yaarp" | "627" | "The Asteroid" | "Topper" | "Melty" | "Houdini" | "Sinker" | "Nosy" | "Finder" | "Slushy" | "Dupe" | "Shortstuff" | "Angel" | "Felix" | "Poxy" | "Hunkahunka" | "Sample" | "Babyfier" | "Bonnie & Clyde" | "Slugger" | "Bad Stitch" | "Drowsy"
Season Two: "Spike" | "Frenchfry" | "Swapper" | "Shoe" | "Slick" | "Skip" | "Checkers" | "PJ" | "Ploot" | "Snooty" | "Retro" | "Belle" | "Morpholomew" | "Spats" | "Heckler" | "Wishy-Washy" | "Phoon" | "Bugby" | "Rufus" | "Shush" | "Lax" | "Remmy" | "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats/Ace" | "Glitch/Woops" | "Snafu" | "Link"

Songs

He Mele No Lilo | Heartbreak Hotel | Stuck on You | Suspicious Minds | (You're the) Devil in Disguise | Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride | Aloha `Oe | Hound Dog | Burning Love | Can't Help Falling in Love | Rubberneckin' | I Need Your Love Tonight | A Little Less Conversation | Always | Aloha, E komo Mai | I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry | Jailhouse Rock

Locations

Hawaii | Honolulu | Kokaua Town | The Beach | Lilo's House | Animal Shelter | Hula School | Mertle's House | Mrs. Hasagawa's House | Birds of Paradise Hotel | Kilauea Lighthouse | Kauai Airport | Rental Hut | Beach Gym | Pineapple Water Tower | Farm | Bugopolis | Haunted House | Kiki's Coffee Hut | Japanese Restaurant | Beauty Parlor | Junior Dog Show | Pet Shop | Costumes | Hip Hop Fusion Studio | Orchard Falls Mall | Mart | Macki Macaw's | French Fry's | Shave Ice | World's Largest Sandwich | Jumba & Pleakley's Bed & Not Breakfast | Baseball Field | Golf Course | Observatory | Underwater Base | Waialeale Peak | Ali'i Trail | Kimo's Arcade | Onaona Skunk Farm | Kokaua Wildlife Preserve | Museum of Natural History Kauai | Kokaua Town Prison | Kokaua Town Lanes | Laundry Store | Gas Station | Cinema | Turo | Plorgonar | Prison Asteroid K-37 | Jumba's Lab | G.A.C.C. | Aloha Palooza | Lihue Airport | Izayoi Island | Okinawa New Town

Objects

Experiment Pods | Experiment Pod Container | Jumba's Computer | Plasma Cannon | Net Cannon | Galactic Cell Phone | Prison Capsule | Sample Extractor | Fusion Chamber | Projector | Time Machine | Protoplasmic Growth Ray | Plasmatic Englobulatron | Luggage | Scrump | Lilo's Experiment Book | Spiritual Stone

Vehicles/Spaceships

Jumba's Ship | Gantu's Ship | Police Cruisers | The Red One | Yellow Plantation Trucks | AHI Tanker Truck | Tsunami Air Boeing 747 | Dr. Hämsterviel's Ship | Manta Shuttle | Lilo's Ship | X-Buggy | Federation Ship | B.R.B. 9000 | G.A.C.C. Ship

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