Bee Movie Game
takes you through parts of the movie, of course, but mostly it's an exploration game that allows you to move about Hive City. As a bee, it is your goal to stay busy. Not just busy; as a bee you have a role to play for the hive. Visit job terminals and pick up tasks, or wander around town to check out some of the shops where you can buy clothes and cars. Perform these tasks to earn honey. Honey is the currency of the world for a bee. Use this to earn your flight privileges or afford your extravagant bee lifestyle.
The job terminal is where you will pick up your tasks. Choose from the Honex Corporation, the Pollen Jockey Academy, or the Cab Company. Each will have several mini-games that you will have to complete in order to open two locked areas of the game. The Honex Corporation is the heart and soul of the bee hive. They make honey 365 days a year. Once every four years, they make honey every 366 days. The Pollen Jockeys are the epitome of toughness and sacrifice for the hive. They not only defend the hive, they get to go outside to carry out various tasks of pollination and gathering. Join the academy to learn how they do their thing before actually going out into the world. The Cab Company plays exactly like Crazy Taxi, minus all of the accidents.
In order to actually leave the hive, you must use the Flight Pass Agency at the mouth of the hive. Join the Pollen Jockeys as they go about their work of collecting pollen, defending the hive, and pollinating flowers. The first flight is free, so go earn your honey to afford the different flight passes.
With plenty of unlockable content and a multiplayer mode, there is plenty to stay busy with. The Wii version comes packed with exclusive extras. Additional content for the unlockable jobs. Four Wii-only mini-games and 6 competitive 2-player mini-games. There is also a preview for the new Kung Fu Panda Game trailer. The game releases along with the movie in 2008. I guess it is never too early to start advertising to the kids.