Starring the little blue alien from the 2002 summer movie Lilo and Stitch, Disney's Stitch is a platform shooter that takes place across multiple worlds in an uncharted galaxy. Stitch, aka Experiment 626, is charged with the important task of collecting strands of DNA on behalf of his scientist creator, Jumba. The galaxy is besieged by the evil Dr. Habbitrale, who is manufacturing an army of mutants to rule the universe. Jumba believes he can neutralize the threat with his own army, so Stitch embarks on an intergalactic adventure to gather DNA to make the plan a reality.<br><br>Stitch's distinct body -- he has six appendages -- allows him to fight against the various enemies Dr. Habbitrale has sent to stop him. Stitch can carry up to four ray guns while walking, or drop them and gallop at high speeds using all six appendages. Stitch can also use his claws to climb certain areas as well as his strength to lift and throw items like eggs, bombs, or even enemies. A number of power-ups are also available, including a jet pack, grapple gun, freeze ray, and a "big" gun that fires guided rockets. Each area has 50 strands of DNA to collect, which enables the alien to access new worlds.<br><br>Also hidden in each area are movie reels that unlock secrets from the main menu. Since these movie reels are not always found in obvious places, hovering robots called Squid Bots will initiate a high-speed chase to their location once Stitch activates them. Other level features include checkpoints to resume progress and food in the form of mutated alien toes to replenish lost health. Advancing through the different worlds automatically saves progress, so players can continue at the last level where they left off after exiting the game.