DS #3637: SmileyWorld - Island Challenge (Europe)

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World : Island Challenge.

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Looks pretty lame btw
 

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It's sort of a Mario Party for younger kids, around five to seven. It plays on a board game, you move with a spinner and then play a minigame. It's pretty good, I'm definitely going to put in a pre order.
 

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Mario Party for younger kids, if you have a child that's 4~8, this is a good game to get them, most of them are probably just playing Mario Party instead, but heh, alternative.
 

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Jax said:
If it's from ZOO, don't even bother...

ZOO published Order Up (Wii), which was a great little cooking game. Sure, most of what they do falls well below the low end, but they occasionally hit. Either way, they never develop any of their games; they're simply publishing low-bidding developers.
 

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Pyrofyr said:
Mario Party for younger kids, if you have a child that's 4~8, this is a good game to get them, most of them are probably just playing Mario Party instead, but heh, alternative.

I agree. This would be a good alternative once younger kids tire of Mario Party DS. It's got a very colorful aesthetic, and whimsical sound effects.
 
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