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  • Summary: Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force introduces kids to all new adventures in the Club Penguin world, giving players a chance to complete secret agent missions, solve mysteries and connect with friends in new ways via DGamer, Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and ad hoc play. The game allows players to take on the role of a covert agent in the top secret Elite Penguin Force. Players embark on missions utilizing familiar and all-new gadgets, accessories, vehicles and locations to investigate mysterious events in the Club Penguin world. Players can wirelessly connect with the virtual Club Penguin world using the Nintendo DS to unlock special features and upload coins to their online penguin account. [Disney Interactive] Expand
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  1. In conclusion, Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force won't win any awards for the outstanding adventure game genre, however it's refreshing to see a developer make a decent game for the younger gamer without the need for violence.
  2. 70
    The game offers a decent amount of challenge, and is pretty lengthy. It isn't flashy by any means, but the style is charming.
  3. 70
    Though it's short on content and marred by a few notable glitches, the loyal replication of the virtual world's look and feel along with innovative online features that tie the two together should draw a healthy flock from the millions of Club Penguin players.
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  1. Feb 6, 2011
    Your little penguin friends will satisfy but at what cost? The puzzles are fun but easy, even for kids. The mini-games are fun and will probably add 30 minutes to a 6-8 hour game. Expand
  2. Dec 14, 2011
    Good attempt for Club Penguin's first ever game. It is sensible to question why they partnered with Nintendo. This might be a good game for the PSP instead. However, decent game play and story line. This game is very short, so if you are desperate to get this game for your child, I recommend just renting it or buying a second hand one. It is really not worth the price. Expand

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