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Original Title :
Viva Piñata
Genre :
TV Series / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy
Cast :
Gregory Abbey,J. David Brimmer,Soraya Butler
Type :
TV Series
Rating :
6.1/10
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Viva Piñata is a Canadian-American animated television series created by Lloyd Golfdine and developed by Norman J. Grossfeld and Lloyd Golfdine for 4Kids TV. It spawned an Xbox 360 game a couple months later after its release. It is produced by an American company, 4Kids Productions and Bardel Entertainment, a children's animation company in Canada

Viva Pinata is a Canadian television series first aired in the year 2006. Premiering in the . on Saturday mornings on FOX Network September 9 2006, the Viva Piñata computer animated cartoon comedy television series follows the high-energy adventures of a cast of living piñata animals in a vibrant world where anything and everything can happen.

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Viva Piñata - For other uses, see Viva Piñata (disambiguation). List of Viva Piñata episodes - The following is a list of episodes for the animated television series Viva Piñata. It premiered on August 26, 2006 on 4Kids TV. It is a co production between 4Kids Entertainment and YTV, and is animated by Bardel Entertainment.

4Kids TV and The CW4Kids in the United States stopped airing the show on August 2, 2008 and October 25, 2008 respectively, but it continued to air in Canada on YTV until June 24, 2011. com/Viva Piñata (TV series). Viva Piñata is a video game franchise by Microsoft Studios and Rare. The series' first game, Viva Piñata (2006), was conceived as a mobile gardening game before Rare was acquired by Microsoft

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Viva Piñata is a Canadian-American animated television series created by Lloyd Golfdine and developed by Norman J. It is produced by an American company, 4Kids Productions and Bardel Entertainment, a children's animation company in Canada. It is aired on YTV in Canada, Nicktoons Network. The series has ended its run on January 18, 2009 in Canada. 4Kids TV and The CW4Kids in the United States stopped airing the show on August 2, 2008 and October 18, 2008 respectively, but it continued to air in Canada on YTV until June 24, 2011. The program has also made the leap to DVD via Shout!

Viva Piñata is a Canadian-American animated television series seen around the world. It is based upon the Xbox 360 video game of the same name. It is produced by an American company, 4Kids Productions and a Canadian company Bardel Entertainment, a children's animation company in Canada. It is aired on YTV in Canada, Nicktoons Network and CITV in the UK, TV Tokyo in Japan and on Nickelodeon in Australia

Viva Piñata is a Canadian-American animated television series seen around the world. It is aired on YTV in Canada, Nicktoons Network and CITV in the UK, TV Tokyo in Japan and on Nickelodeon in Australia.

The daily trials and tribulations of the inhabitants of an uncharted island, all of whom are living piñata animals.
Series cast summary:
Gregory Abbey Gregory Abbey - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
J. David Brimmer J. David Brimmer - Professor Pester 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Soraya Butler Soraya Butler - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Christopher Collet Christopher Collet 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Wayne Grayson Wayne Grayson - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
David Lapkin David Lapkin - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Ted Lewis Ted Lewis - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Gary Littman Gary Littman - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Mike MacRae Mike MacRae - Prewitt Profitamole 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Emlyn Elisabeth Morinelli Emlyn Elisabeth Morinelli - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Lisa Ortiz Lisa Ortiz - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Andrew Paull Andrew Paull - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Mike Pollock Mike Pollock - Langston Lickatoad 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Sean Schemmel Sean Schemmel - Chortles Chippopotamus 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Erica Schroeder Erica Schroeder - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Andrew Scott Andrew Scott - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Tom Wayland Tom Wayland - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Andi Whaley Andi Whaley - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Oliver Wyman Oliver Wyman - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Stuart Zagnit Stuart Zagnit - Additional Voices 70 episodes, 2006-2009
Rebecca Soler Rebecca Soler - Ella Ellaphanilla / - 54 episodes, 2006-2008
Jamie McGonnigal Jamie McGonnigal - Teddington Twingersnaps 33 episodes, 2006-2008
Brian Maillard Brian Maillard - Paulie Pretztail 32 episodes, 2006-2008
Marc Thompson Marc Thompson - Franklin Fizzlybear / - 32 episodes, 2006-2008
Dan Green Dan Green - Hudson Horstachio 31 episodes, 2006-2008

Microsoft released some free episodes on the Xbox Live Marketplace.


User reviews

IGOT

IGOT

I love the X-Box 360 game Viva Pinata, I can't get enough of it, so when I was channel surfing on Saturday morning before work and I find a show based on the game, well I had to watch it, and while it is really nothing like the game, it is still fun to watch. The piñatas all have great voice work, and its really a blast watching them do stuff or mention things that are in the game.I also like how they give actual voices to the villains of the game, they sound just like I expected them too. Now it has been along time since I watched any Saturday morning cartoons, I think Darkwing Duck was the last one I watched, but I will continue to watch Viva Pinata and I hope it lasts longer than most shows these days.
Stonewing

Stonewing

Viva Pinata is one of the best children shows to come down the pike in a long time. A joint venture between Fox Kids, YTV, Microsoft and Rare, VP is about the adventures of the various Pinatas that live on Pinata Island. These piñatas are hoping that they can be chosen to entertain at a children's birthday party.

While there are multiple characters on the island there are four piñatas that are pretty much the lead characters. Franklin Fizzlybear is a friendly, happy-go-lucky sort who sounds very similar to Michaelangelo of TMNT fame with the California surfer accent. Hudson Horstachio is a vain horse-type piñata that loves attention and being a regular visitor to "kids with sticks". Fergy Fudgehog is a neurotic type who fears being used as a piñata and tries to do everything he can to avoid being launched to a party via the cannon at Pinata Central. Paulie Pretztail is a cocky, intelligent sort who looks out for his friends.

The show's computer graphics are very nice, the writing is excellent and should appeal to all ages and even has made me laugh on occasion. VP is one of the better kid's shows and I highly recommend it. It can be seen on FOX in the U.S., YTV in Canada or via free downloads if you own an Xbox 360 like I do. The game based on the show is great, too.
Qudanilyr

Qudanilyr

For a company such as "Rare", one of whom isn't a stranger to making titles filled to the brim of bizarre subject matter, has pretty much shown the top of the barrel with there newest creation. "Viva Pinata" is a game that is very hard to pin down as far as games go. Indulging in amazingly bizarre sceneries. As well as a gameplay style that shares many different perspectives from different games. WHich all wraps up in a game that is hard to be understood. Yet, with its many different issues, and there really are some, it does all come together in a gameplay experience that is, in one word, irresistible.

In "Viva Pinata" you are placed in the whimsical world of Pinata Island. A island totally inhabited by strange, yet, lovable paper-mica animals. As well as the people who care for them. You are put under control the task of supervising a garden of your own. Where you must create a desolate land into a piñata paradise.

The gameplay in "Viva Pinata" is a strange mix between "The Sims" and "Animal Crossing". Start off your garden with nothing more then a desolate land of dead grass and gravel, yet, before no time you will have a land thriving with many different and varied piñata creatures. To get piñatas to visit your garden you must begin with a lower level piñata to attract more higher level piñatas. You begin with a worm, the worm attracts the sparrow, and then the sparrow attracts the snake and so one and so forth.

The Creatures of "Viva Pinata" are varied in there look as well as behavior. Each creature is a strange spin off of a real world animal. Yet, with a snack related name. Such as a flying sparrow themed piñata with the last name as "mint". Which together become "Sparrowmint". Each creature as well has there own behavior. For example, some creature just relax as other are more prone to fighting other piñatas that invade there territory. Which is where you come in to stop them from doing so.

There are also "Sour Pinatas", piñatas that are evil in nature. They will come in and either persuade the resident piñatas to battle each other or battle other piñatas themselves. Which is one of the areas of which "Viva Pinata" is more targeted for older more experienced gamers. Since the game can get very out of hand at times, driving into a game that can at times be too much to handle for younger children.

There is also an entire level to "Viva Pinata" that requires you to breed you piñatas in the form of a ritual called the "Romance Dance".

There are places where you can buy items for your gardens and piñatas from stores. As well as an online mode that allows you the ability to trade piñatas with others over Xbox Live. Which is a good feature, yet, it would have been nice to see more functionality with online. Such as a feature that allows you to visit others gardens or something along that line.

As far as achievements in "Viva Pinata, the game deals them out in increments of 20. The achievements run the gamete of small and easy requirements such as naming a piñata. To achievements that will take you very long to do. Such as becoming a "Master Romancer" for 20 different species of piñatas or playing the game for more then 50 hours of real world in game time. The achievements overall are very well designed and breath even more life into a game that is already very fun to play.

The presentation in "Viva Pinata" is absolutely riveting. While it may not be up to the likes of "Gears of War" as far as technical aspect goes. It borderlines perfection as far as art design. The world is whimsical and vibrant with color. Complementing the games target audience of a younger group even more. Even the piñatas themselves have a paper look to them to emulate there piñata look even more. The audio is also very well done. With the piñatas all having there own sounds that really help the world come to life even more.

The real problem with "Viva Pinata" is the fact that the game is clearly designed for children. Yet, the gameplay is much the opposite. As it can be just too much for children to handle. making the true target audience a little off for this game. Yet, at the end of the day. "Viva Pinata" is filled with amazingly vibrant vistas and a fun and addictive gameplay that could serve to keep a player hooked for hours on end. No matter what kind of game player you are, you owe it to yourself to give "Viva Pinata" a try.
Keath

Keath

Bardel Entertainment is an animation studio based in Vancouver and this animated television show was voiced in New York City by the 4Kids Entertainment voice talent. Another Vancouver-produced cartoon voiced by the 4Kids Entertainment voice talent was "Chaotic" (2006). All cartoons produced by Bardel Entertainment were voiced in Vancouver. Therefore, I wonder. Was this animated television show and "Chaotic" (2006) were intended to be voiced in Vancouver, like many cartoons produced by Bardel Entertainment? If these two animated television shows produced by 4Kids Entertainment were voiced in Vancouver, it would be better. Too bad 4Kids Entertainment didn't outsource their properties to Los Angeles, Vancouver and other important dubbing places. For this reason, I strongly believe that 4K Media Inc. will surely correct such mistake.
Rigiot

Rigiot

VIVA PINATA is my favorite show , I would add episodes to the TV series. I'll forget buying the video game! David Doenut (Brendan Fraser) is a cool deer , Brendan Badgesicle (Ralph Macchio) is wearing a Hawaiian shirt , Larry Lackamint (Charlie Sheen) got a Viva Pinata Shirt. Triple cool. Jorge Jameleon (Tom Cruise) is a physic reader chameleon , Florence Fizzlybear (Tara Strong) is Franklin's girlfriend , she wishes to marry Franklin , Fury Fizzlybear (John Leguizamo) is a bear who's name is from a kind of disaster or somewhat is something , there are more appearances and there are more than 60 species to appear! Triple Wow and Bearabunga! Did You Know Hudson Horstachio got webbed gloves? Cocktail is the same name from Tom Cruise's Movie which is being aired or not , I don't know. Adding More Episodes and More Species will be added to my favorite TV show , not the video game. This contains no violence. It also contains adult language like Fergy saying "Oh , Fudge!" , "Holy!" and he is grounded. Grrrrr. 14 year old boys and girls will see the show. Marc Thompson moved to Minnesota and met Brian Maillard. Franklin Fizzlybear and I will see you!
Kazigrel

Kazigrel

good show watch it any time I can I'm a fan of the show and I think it has a good story and great animations I think Kirby: Right Back at Ya!is a little better but probably my favorite show on 4kids The best part of the series that I have seen so far is when Fergy tries to get out of parties from Lanstin Lickatoad & Pauile Tries to help him out one great things about the series is the Comedy sometimes the Comedy sequences can blow your mind there so impressive and well put together Pinata Island. thats has got to be my favorite part of the series.

Brilliantly done! This show has vivid and well formed characters. Indeed Viva Pinata provides perfect caricatures of pacific islanders. The main characters's are exceptional and with story lines that provide both excitement and entertainment value. At times the humor isn't accessible to everyone but extremely well done even though it is generally cultutally specific to any who played the game (I haven't). for people from Canada and islanders abroad (not including the states) this will be a favorite.