Home Alone is a 2006 video game for the PlayStation 2, which is based on the films of the Home Alone franchise.
The game was released exclusively in Europe and Australia.
The aim of the game is to go through five areas and dispose of the burglars while locking all the doors and windows to stop more getting in. The player is able to collect and use tools to close the entrances, and traps to catch the burglars. Unless the player locks all the entrances on the level, however, defeating a burglar simply means another takes his place. The game only saves the high scores and does not save game data.
In popular culture[edit | edit source]
This game – as well as this very article – were briefly featured in the Angry Video Game Nerd episode "Home Alone Games with Macaulay Culkin," with the Nerd and Macaulay Culkin ultimately deciding to pretend the game did not exist.
References[edit | edit source]
|Home Alone franchise|
|Films||Home Alone • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York • Home Alone 3 • Home Alone 4 • Home Alone: The Holiday Heist • Home Alone (Disney+)|
|Novelizations||Home Alone • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York|
|YouTube||Just Me In The House By Myself • Home Alone Wet Bandit Resurfaces and Responds to Kevin McCalister's Threatening Video • Home Alone Again with the Google Assistant|
|Soundtracks||Home Alone • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York • Home Alone 3|
|Video games||Home Alone • Home Alone 2 • Home Alone (2006)|