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The Fairly OddParents: Clash with the Anti-World

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Title Screen

The Fairly OddParents: Clash with the Anti-World

Also known as: Los Padrinos Mágicos: Contra el Anti-Mundo (ES), Cosmo & Wanda - Wenn Elfen helfen!: Die Anti-Welt (DE), The Fairly OddParents: De strijd met de Anti-Wereld (NL)
Developer: Razorback Developments
Publisher: THQ
Platforms: Game Boy Advance
Released in US: October 17, 2005
Released in EU: November 18, 2005

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The sequel to The Fairly OddParents: Shadow Showdown and the last FOP game for consoles. This time Timmy and his Fairy GodParents must defeat all of the evil fairies and foil Mr. Crocker's plans for world domination.

Version Differences

Language Selection


A language selection screen was added in the European version of the game.

Copyright Screen

US Europe
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While the copyright screen in the European version was updated to include additional Nelvana copyright text (with the font made smaller as the result), unlike the previous game, Nickelodeon references included there, as well as the Nick Games logo after the screen were kept in the US version, due to Nick by that point regaining some international rights to the show.

Title Screen

US/Europe (English) Europe (Spanish) Europe (German) Europe (Dutch)
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The title screen retains the orange edge with Nickelodeon from the US version if you select the British flag (representing English language) in the European version, but the graphic was still repainted to dark blue in German, Dutch and Spanish versions, as it was in European version of Shadow Showdown. The position of the logo, Press Start notice along with Cosmo and Wanda even differs between the languages.