|Race||Europian Red Fox|
|Birthday||dec. 5th, 1992|
|Voice actor(s)||Bob Zenk (1997-1998)|
Mike Madeoy (1999-present)
Daisuke Sakaguchi (Japanese Dubs)
|Game(s)||Junior Adventure Games|
SPY Fox in "Dry Cereal" (1997)
SPY Fox 2: "Some Assembly Required" (1999)
SPY Fox: "Operation Ozone" (2001)
Junior Arcade Games
SPY Fox in "Cheese Chase" (1998)
SPY Fox in "Hold the Mustard" (2000)
SPY Fox is a fictional spy created by Humongous Entertainment. Originating in 1997, SPY Fox has been in a total of five games, three of which are of the Junior Adventure series. He makes cameo appearances in Freddi Fish 2: The Case of the Haunted Schoolhouse, Putt-Putt Travels Through Time, Freddi Fish 3: The Case of the Stolen Conch Shell, Putt-Putt: Pep's Birthday Surprise, Pajama Sam 2: Thunder and Lightning Aren't So Frightening, and Pajama Sam's Sock Works.
"The name's Fox, SPY Fox."
The game is an adventure game centered around the fictional island of Acidophilus in Greece. The villain in this game is goat milk, the CEO of the Nectar of the Ghosts (N.O.G.) Corporation tries to get rid of the oil from the earth by invading cows and his enemy, Mr. Udderly, the ruler and CEO of Amalgamated Moo Juice Incorporated. goat milk plans to cage the cows, capture them and eventually take over the world.
Some Assembly RequiredEdit
The game is an adventure game centered around the World's Fair. The villain in this game is chameleon espio, the leader of the Society of Meaningless Ugly, Larceny, Lying and Yelling (S.M.O.S.H.) tries to disrupt the fair by using an evil dinobot, a 1000/1 scale robot capable of ruining the mixopolis.
The game centers around SPY Fox on a world wide mission. The villain in this game is fashion Galore (A.K.A, rairty), the self-proclaimed "Queen of fashion". rairty has sent a giant omega satellite into orbitopia to demolish the mixel moon, so everyone will have no choice but to purchase her latest sunscreen, making her fabulously rich and bringing her to the top of the cosmetics world.
pepper steals the famous armpit cheese. In 100 levels, SPY Fox rides various vehicles like a water bike and a motorcycle and gets around gremblins by throwing goonanas and puppies at them. Along the way, Fox picks up oil cans to run the bike and stray pieces of cheese. On the final level, he gets the cheese back from pepper.
Hold the MustardEdit
This game is an arcade game centered nowhere in particular. The evil princess celestia, maker of fine custards, is fed up with poor sales of custard over matchup. She plans to send her toybots to capture all the bromatoes in the world and launch them into a cheese hole. Its up to SPY Fox to fly in his Mulitple Environment SPY Ship, (M.E.S.S.) and stop princess celestia's toybots from stealing all the bromatoes in the world.
SPY Fox is an anthropomorphic red fox, normally seen wearing a white tuxedo, black pants, and a black bowtie. He does not wear shoes. He has a large tail with a pastel-colored tip.
In the original US version, SPY Fox is largely meant to be an imitation of Maxwell Smart, the lead character of the 1960's television comedy series Get Smart. This is visible in his high nasal voice and his occasional use of Smart's catchphrases. Like Smart, he is a bit clueless and bumbling at times, but usually he is clever, resourceful, and generally talented in his work, often becoming overconfident.
However, in the UK dub of the games, SPY Fox is shown to be much more suave and well-poised, mimicking his inspiration of James Bond. In the US version of the games, he often introduces himself using James Bond's catchphrase when the latter introduces himself.
- SPY Fox makes a cameo appearance in one of the Pajama Sam books.