Samurai Jack: The Amulet of Time is an action video game developed by Virtucraft and published by BAM! Entertainment for the Game Boy Advance. Based on the animated series Samurai Jack, the game came about after a licensing agreement deal was reached between Cartoon Network and BAM! Entertainment in January 2002. It was released in North America on March 25, 2003.
The game is the first video-game based on the TV series and is a semi sequel to the TV series.
The game starts by showing a tower from the mountains, similarly the tower from The Past where Jack and his family used to live. It then shows in a room where Jack thanks for his hospitality from the monks, who then continues his search to find home. Before leaving, the monk then tells Jack the information about the Amulet of Time, which allows him go back in time, however, Jack must grab the pieces of the amulet: Earth, Fire, Ice and Wind. Jack receives the amulet from the monk. In order to defeat Aku, he must grab the pieces of the amulet to not only go back in time, but use its power to defeat enemies. In his journey from 7 different areas, he unlocks special equipment which helps him for defense and attack.