Flushed Away (JP) is an action-adventure game released for the GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and DS systems towards the end of 2006. Published by D3Publisher, it was however developed by a mixture of different game producers for each port. The game itself is an adaptation of the DreamWorks and Aardman's Flushed Away movie.
A Japanese version was launched for the DS console the next year, under the Japan-exclusive brand 'Simple series', which is a collection of budget video games promoted by D3Publisher. In this case, it was numbered as volume 17.
The game itself is styled upon a premise of action-based adventure with elements of platforming as the player controls the protagonists, Roddy and Rita.
The game's story plot is a modified variation of its movie counterpart, with the addition of new enemies and environments not seen in the movie.