Cheese lovers of the world, unite! Put down your sandwiches and have a look at what Frontier Developments have brought about with Wallace and Gromit in Project Zoo, a 3D epic with the requisite W&G humour. We're not surprised to see them on PS2, just a little taken aback with just how good this game is. The diabolical penguin Feathers has incarcerated all the baby animals of the zoo in order to persuade their parents to do his bidding and manufacture gems from coal using the incredible `Diamond-o-Matic'. But Wallace and Gromit have sensed the fishy presence of Feathers and have developed an elaborate plan to infiltrate his domain. And so the duo construct the most integral part of their scheme, the Trojan Penguin. When the giant wooden bird is placed at the zoo gates, Feathers' narcissistic personality embraces the 30-foot tribute and makes it the zoo centerpiece. Unbeknownst to Feathers, Wallace and Gromit reside in the Trojan Penguin, complete with lamp and armchair. At night, the pair can start their amazing adventure. Playing as Gromit, and following the dubious hints given by partner Wallace, you'll find yourself traversing some 24 large levels spread across five massive gaming locales. You'll meet many zoo residents and make use of some seriously unconventional tools such as the Porridge Gun and Knitting Machine. You'll also be able to build Springy Boots and mine carts to help you get around the vast game world. It's all good fun.