Some movies, mostly those that have achieved commercial success, have their game adaptations, thanks to which even those who do not watch movies can become familiar with the title. One of such games is "Peter Jacksons King Kong The Official Game of the Movie", which was based on the popular movie "King Kong" by Peter Jackson.
The action of the game begins when the film crew led by Carl Denham arrives at Skull Island. This place turns out to be especially dangerous because of the hostile natives and the local fauna, which is not very normal. At one point, King Kong, a giant gorilla, kidnaps actress Ann Darrow. A closer bond develops between them over time. The film crew manage to capture King Kong and take him to New York as an attraction for the local population. King Kong, however, escapes from bondage and climbs the Empire State Building for one final battle against the biplanes. There are two endings to the game - good and bad. The latter is associated with the death of the gorilla. On the other hand, the player who defeats all the biplanes can count on unlocking the good ending, in which King Kong returns to Skull Island with Ann and lives in peace with people.
In the game "Peter Jacksons King Kong The Official Game of the Movie" the player can play two characters - Jack Driscoll (one of the members of the film crew) and King Kong. While controlling Driscoll, the player observes the world from a first-person perspective, and his task is to survive in a dangerous environment. While controlling King Kong, the player has the opportunity to travel the world of the game from a third-person perspective, and his task is primarily to protect Ann.
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