Codename Kids Next Door: Operation B.E.S.T. (lost online game; 2004-2005)

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KND: Operation B.E.S.T.
An ad for the game.
An ad for the game.
Status Lost

Codename KND: Operation B.E.S.T. was an MMORPG style game on the Cartoon Network Website created and shut down in 2005. This game's purpose was for the player to create their own KND Operative to take on missions as a member of Sector V to gain points for a high score. Operation B.E.S.T. lasted until someone gained the highest score. After the game's highest score was displayed on TV, it was shut down forever. Minus a commercial and a few screenshots, little other information on the game is available. After the game closed down, the player with the highest score was revealed on a television episode to be a player from Hawaii named "Ninja Z". Nothing else is known about the identity of "Ninja Z".

Missions

  • Training - "You are assigned to go to the Artic Base to be trained by Numbuh 60 before being sent to Sector V. (You may return here any time if you feel you need more training.)"
  • Mission 1 - "Candy hungry hostile zombies wreak havoc upon the neighborhood. It's up to you to put a stop to this madness and eliminate the problem at the source."
  • Mission 2 - "Numbuh 6 has gone berserk. You are to obtain a new weapon to shut down Numbuh 6 and fix the skunk with Numbuh 2's assistance."
  • Mission 3 - "H.I.P.P.I.E.-H.O.P. has gone berserk! You'll need to shut it down with the help of Numbuh 3."
  • Mission 4 - "A bunch of robots from the house of the DCFDTL are terrorizing the streets. Sneak into the mansion of the DCFDTL and put an end to the machines' objective."
  • Mission 5 - "Cree and a team of lollipop-loving teenage girls are up to no good. With the help of Numbuh 6, infiltrate the hospital to stop Cree in her tracks."
  • Mission 6 - "Numbuh 13 has been stirring trouble in the treehouse. Stop his army of clones and take down the original perpetrator before anything worse happens."
  • Mission 7 - "Numbuh 4 asks you to jump into his swimming pool where you stumble upon the negative universe. Scout out the area and be sure to put an end to Negative Numbuh 4's reign."

Gallery

TV Spot for the game.

Links

Homepage of the Game (Wayback Machine)

Comments


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Nscott144

10 months ago
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if I could create an operative he/she wouldn't look like that
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Catlinconroy

10 months ago
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Oh my God, I used to watch this show when I was young. So many memories...
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Anonymous user #1

10 months ago
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Oh my god I remember playing this game when I was younger it's a shame it's lost
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Catlinconroy

10 months ago
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I've never played it, the games I stuck with were retro games. Yeah, it's a shame it's lost, however, if we find more information, the closer we'll get to finding it
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Anonymous user #2

10 months ago
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Man, I remember wanting to play this so badly when it was out, but my old computer would never load it. If only it could be found, then I'd actually get a chance to see what it was like.
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KingQuagsire

10 months ago
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I Don't Understand, Is It A Physical Copy Thats Missing Or Will The Game Not Load Even Though We Have A Copy Of It
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Anonymous user #3

9 months ago
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I don't know how but you missed every part that says it's an online game from Cartoon Network's website. There was no physical copy.
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Anonymous user #4

9 months ago
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I remember going on Cartoonnetwork.com on the wayback machine and seeing an advertisement for it. I could cap that if need.
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Anonymous user #5

9 months ago
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God, that operative looks hideous o.o
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Gorillaz27

7 months ago
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THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST THE BEST
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Anonymous user #6

7 months ago
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Ninja Z killed this game
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Riskware

7 months ago
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He cannot be stopped..
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Anonymous user #7

6 months ago
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damn ninja z
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Anonymous user #8

5 months ago
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Hey, wait a minute...Ninja Z lives in the same state i'm from! Shall I start looking for this "Ninja Z"?
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SilenceEnigma

3 months ago
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Sure, if you can do that
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Gorillaz27

3 months ago
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Honestly, I don't think that would be a good idea. I mean, wouldn't that technically be considered stalking? Not only that, but I don't think "Ninja Z" would be able to provide much information on the game, considering this is about 11-12 years old and he probably would have long forgotten this
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Willowizard

17 days ago
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It'd be a pointless waste of time. There's no effective way to find "Ninja Z", they likely wouldn't be able to tell us much about the game that we don't already know, and even if against all odds, we found "Ninja Z", there'd be no way for them to verify their identity.
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Anonymous user #9

3 months ago
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Glad to see this on here. I remember having so much fun when I was younger and then it was gone.

Felt like I was the only one who remembered it until I found this page. I hope someday it can be playable in some way again.
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Anonymous user #10

3 months ago
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Oh hey, I remember this game. The final boss of the game was the Negative version of your character.
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Anonymous user #11

2 months ago
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i think i remember playing something like this....or maybe that's just me

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