Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise

Publishers Sony Computer Entertainment, Disney Interactive
Developers Blitz Games
Release date 2002
Genre Action, Platformer
Game rating

Game Description

Disney’s Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise (titled simply Disney’s Lilo & Stitch for the American PlayStation release) is a 2002 action-platform video game developed by Blitz Games for PlayStation and Microsoft Windows. The game is a tie-in to and based on the Walt Disney Feature Animation film, Lilo & Stitch.

Download Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise

We might have the game available for more than one platform. Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise is currently available on these platforms:

PlayStation (2002)

Lilo_& (270.8MB)

Windows (2002)

Lilo_& (212.7MB)

Additional files, patches and fixes

Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise Screenshots


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  1. tried to install and it wont open to play the game… anyone have an idea? im not very techy so maybe im doing something wrong?

  2. My daughter grew up with this game. She loved it so much that I made sure to always have it available for her to play. The final functional install is on a Windows XP 32-bit system.

    The trick is that all graphics adapters deprecated the functionality needed by this graphics system. The last PCI graphics card I found that supports this game is an NVIDIA GeForce4 MX4000. Nothing above that worked. I could never find 64-bit drivers or any newer drivers than WinXP. So I couldn’t have the MX4000 installed in anything newer than XP. And the game won’t run on anything newer. It’s a shame.

    Yes, you can install an MX4000 video adapter in Windows 10, but the only driver that will work is the standard Microsoft VGA driver. This will work for your desktop, albeit very slowly, but it does not support the direct graphics access this game needs.

    So I have XP installed in a multi-boot system that has Win10, WinXP, and Ubuntu. Whenever you want to play the game, you have to boot XP.

    The ancient motherboard (AM2+) in her computer literally blew up a few weeks ago (10/2022), and I spent the last few days moving this system to a new computer (socket LGA1155). That’s why I’m here. I was hoping someone figured out something better. Looks like this is still the only thing that works for me.

    Sorry for the long post and good luck!


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