Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Video game information



Electronic Arts


8 November, 2005



  • Microsoft Windows
  • PlayStation 2
  • Nintendo DS
  • Nintendo GameCube
  • Xbox
  • Game Boy Advance
  • PlayStation Portable
"Can You Master the Magic?"
—Official tagline

The video game adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was released on 8 November, 2005, a few days before the movie release of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

The game follows the three main characters of the movie; namely Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley; and there is an entirely new spell-casting system that will allow for collaborative spells. The characters themselves more closely resemble their movie counterparts than in previous games. It also has higher-quality graphics than the previous Harry Potter video games.

Also, players can play the game with friends, and can combine their magic and spells to make them more powerful. Players can also capture moving beans using Accio and increase their power with collector's creature and character cards.

Much to many fans' anger and disappointment (as voiced on such community review sites as, there is no RPG iteration of the game, unlike with previous titles. Also, it was pointed out that unlike the previous installments, there was not much room to "run around" such as in the second and third game where you were allowed to move freely within the castle and on the grounds.

It also should be noted that anger was raised over the decision not to include a different version for the PC, unlike previous versions. However, it was released a different version for Game Boy Advance.

The game is divided into several nonconsecutive levels, some of which are locked at the beginning of the game until the player collects enough Triwizard Shields to unlock it.



  • Harry Potter (voice Daniel Larner): A fourteen-year-old wizard in training. Harry is unexpectedly selected as a fourth champion in the Triwizard Tournament and must battle his way through three difficult tasks for the Tournament. He is a combination of both Ron and Hermione's weaknesses and strengths, but frequently needs help from his friends when danger is very near.
  • Ron Weasley (voice Greg Chillin): Harry's best friend. Ron has an obsession on Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans and frequently alerts the team when Beans appear on the screen, He is also an avid runner, but can only perform Double Throw Spells, even when upgraded (unplayable during Triwizard Tournament).
  • Hermione Granger (voice Harper Marshall): Harry's other best friend. Hermione is known for her logic and excellent spell-casting. She becomes quite frustrated during the game at Ron's frequent exclamations about finding Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans. She is also a great witch capable of throwing Triple Throw Spells when upgraded (unplayable during Triwizard Tournament).


  • Arthur Weasley (voice Dominic Coleman): Ron's father. Mr. Weasley accompanies the Weasley family, Harry, and Hermione to the Quidditch World Cup at the beginning of the game. He also helps them out in the fight between the Death Eaters and the Quidditch game's spectators. He regularly makes sure that Harry, Ron and Hermione are safe throughout the journey to find the Portkey.
  • Barty Crouch Jr. (voice Sam Hazeldine) (diguised as Mad-Eye Moody (voice Stanley Townsend)): The new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher at Hogwarts. He provides several challenges to increase Harry, Ron, and Hermione's spellcasting abilities.
  • Cedric Diggory (voice Blake Ritson): the first Hogwarts Triwizard champion to be chosen. Cedric tells Harry the secret of the golden egg prior to the second task. In the Third Task, he serves as a loyal friend as he stuns Krum before he could attack Harry. In return, Harry has to save him from the Blast-Ended Skrewts lurking around the hedges. Cedric is Harry's champion card.
  • Fleur Delacour (voice Claudia Renton): the Beauxbatons Triwizard champion. She provides no major part to the game. You only see her during a cut-scene in the game and on one of Ron's cards, as she is Ron's champion card. She's also seen in the bonus movie.
  • Viktor Krum (Voice Boris Mitkova): the Durmstrang Triwizard champion. Under the influence of the Imperius Curse, he tries to attack Harry and Cedric in the Maze. Viktor Krum is Hermione's champion card.
  • The Monsters: Throughout their journey, whether in the castle or outside, Harry and his friends must join forces to eradicate dangerous creatures such as Erklings and Dugbogs. Many advanced creatures, such as Skrewts or a hoard of Vampyr Mosps, require the whole team to unite their strength to destroy them.
  • Lord Voldemort (Voice Ralph Fiennes): The most evil wizard of all time. Harry has to fight him in the last level.
  • Death Eaters (Voices Duncan Wisbey and Matthew Marsh): The followers and supporters of Lord Voldemort.


PS2, PSP, GCN, Xbox and PC versionsEdit

GBA and NDS versionEdit


  • Charms:
    • Accio: Summoning Charm. Used to attract many wizarding goods, such as Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans. The strength of Accio can be adjusted depending on the cards you buy.
    • Wingardium Leviosa: Levitating Charm. Can pick up many obstacles at ease, but sometimes requires the whole team to levitate a particularly heavy object. It can also be used on creatures, such as Stunned Erklings.
    • Carpe Retractum: Seize and Pull Enchantment. Used to pull inanimate objects towards the user. It can also be used to pull drawbridges or other obstacles. Carpe Retractum can also grapple itself on the Erklings' "flutes", or Vampyr Mosps' noses.
    • Aqua Eructo: Similar to Aguamenti (used in the sixth book), this spell creates water to put out fires, which may be created by Salamanders, Skrewts and the Hungarian Horntail. It is also used to cool down Fire Circles.
    • Herbivicus: Plant Growing Spell. Used especially to make lily pads grow for Harry and his friends so that they can safely cross a pond or other bodies of water. It is also used to grow special flowers that the Mosps adore, temporarily giving you a distraction for a quick getaway.
    • Alohomora: Unlocking spell. Blasts open crates and trunks (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
    • Glacius: Instantly freezes water and other liquids (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
    • Reparo: Mending Charm. Restores broken items back to their original state (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
    • Incendio: Charm used to conjure bluebell flames. Used to burn down plants and for herding Skrewts (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
    • Ventus: Used to summon whirlwinds, causing nearby obstacles to be pushed over (GBA/Nintendo DS only).
  • Jinxes: Used to defeat monsters (Dugbogs, Erklings, Skrewts, etc.) or to get special surprises from containers.
    • Orchideous: Reduces Dugbogs or Vampire Mosps into a bundle of levitating flowers.
    • Orbis: Simple blue jinx very similar to the "Flipendo Jinx" used in the previous games. Can be used on leviated Dugbogs and Erklings.
    • Inflatus: Makes Salamanders and Vampire Mosps swell up and pop, or transfigure them into a pack of inflated balloons.
    • Avifors: Transforms Dugbogs and Skrewts into a flock of ravens.
    • Lapifors: Instantly turns Salamanders into innocent little rabbits.
    • Ducklifors: Similar to Lapifors, it turns Skrewts into little ducklings.
    • Melofors: Useful spell used to replace an Erkling's head with an enormous pumpkin.
    • Pullus: Jinx used to mutate Erklings into chickens.
    • Vermiculus: Enchantment used for Vampire Mosps into a tiny little worm.
    • Ebublio: Mutates Salamanders into a cloud of bubbles.
    • Confundo: Jinx that causes confusion on the recipient. Used to momentarily stun and confuse wild beasts. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
    • Verdimillious: A jet of green sparks is emmited from the end of the wand. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
    • Expelliarmus: Disarming charm in duelling. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)


  • Dugbog - Marsh-dwelling creatures that resemble pieces of dead wood while stationary, though closer examination will reveal finned paws and very sharp teeth, they will bite.
  • Salamanders - Fire salamanders are an orangey colour, they will try to breathe fire at you.
  • (Bavarian) Erklings - Elfish creatures which are native to Germany. They have pointed faces and a high-pitched cackle, and will try to shoot you with blow darts, the Bavarian kind is slightly more aggressive.
  • Bubotubers - Thick, green, slug-like plants that are covered in swellings filled with poisonous pus.
  • Blast-Ended Skrewts - Creatures with thick armour and shoot fire out of their blasting ends. (Young [GBA/Nintendo DS only] and Adult [All versions])
  • Vampyr Mosp - Fanged wasp-moth hybrid. Giant insects (purple variants are less aggressive than red variants).
  • Hungarian Horntail - An extremely aggressive dragon.
  • Mushroom - (Possibly Horklumps.) Sending out toxic smoke that blocks the way. Can be destroyed if Bubotubers are thrown at them with the Carpe Retractum Spell.
  • Grindylow - A pale green creature that lives in the weed beds on the bottom of lakes in Britain. It is also known as a water demon.
  • Bowtruckle - A European tree-guardian. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
  • Red Cap - Dwarf-like creatures that live in holes on old battlegrounds or wherever human blood has been spilled. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
  • Fire crab - Resembles a large tortoise with a heavilly jewelled shell. Native of Fiji. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
  • Niffler - This burrowing creature has a predilection for anything glittery. (GBA/Nintendo DS only)
  • Inferi - Voldemort uses 'skeletons' to attack you in the last level.



For a complete synopsis see Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

Harry Potter is unexpectedly chosen as a fourth contender for the title of Triwizard Tournament champion in his fourth year at Hogwarts. Over the course of the school year, he must learn the spells and tricks necessary for him to be able to get through three difficult tasks and, ultimately, escape the clutches of infamous evil wizard Lord Voldemort.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Many plot elements from the film and book do not appear in the game, such as Ron's jealousness of Hermione going out with Viktor Krum.
  • Many of the characters from the book and film appear only in cameos or not at all, including Fleur Delacour, Madame Maxime, and Igor Karkaroff.
  • The Entrance Hall Antechamber can be seen in cutscenes, despite the fact that in the movie it was replaced by the Entrance Courtyard. The Entrance Courtyard is not featured at all.
  • This is the first game to feature a character been voiced by an actor from the actual movie, in this case Ralph Fiennes as Lord Voldemort.
  • In this game, the incantation for the Summoning Charm is mispronounced ("ACK-see-oh" as opposed to the correct "ACK-ee-oh"). This is corrected in the following game.

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series
Philosopher's Stone book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Chamber of Secrets book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Prisoner of Azkaban book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Goblet of Fire book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Order of the Phoenix book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Half-Blood Prince book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Deathly Hallows book film 1 game 1 film soundtrack 1 game soundtrack 1
film 2 game 2 film soundtrack 2 game soundtrack 2
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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Harry Potter: Trading Card Game
Quidditch Through the Ages LEGO Creator: Harry Potter/Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The Tales of Beedle the Bard Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup
Harry Potter Prequel Harry Potter: Find Scabbers
Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Book Harry Potter DVD Game: Hogwarts Challenge/Wizarding World
Harry Potter Film Wizardry Harry Potter: Spells
Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4/Years 5-7
LEGO Harry Potter: Building the Magical World Motorbike Escape
LEGO Harry Potter: Characters of the Magical World Harry Potter: The Quest
Encyclopaedia of Potterworld (potentially cancelled) Harry Potter for Kinect
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J.K.Rowling Official Site Harry Potter and Me
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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter J.K. Rowling: A Year in the Life
Harry Potter: The Exhibition Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup (video game soundtrack)
The Making of Harry Potter Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story
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