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  • Summary: All of the fun and thrills of your favorite amusement parks and carnivals have gone portable! Wonder World Amusement Park for DS offers the complete day-at-the-park experience with 6 themed zones full of action-packed mini games that let you earn prizes and accessories for your character.All of the fun and thrills of your favorite amusement parks and carnivals have gone portable! Wonder World Amusement Park for DS offers the complete day-at-the-park experience with 6 themed zones full of action-packed mini games that let you earn prizes and accessories for your character. Step right up and test your skills in a fun filled experience for the whole family. Handheld companion title to Wonder World Amusement Park for Wii that launched Summer 2008. Use the Touch Screen to toss, drive, shoot, whack, fish, spin, and more as you unlock 30 different park mini-games. Explore the park's six themed zones: Carnival, Spooky, Fantasy, Pirate, Space, and a hidden bonus. Challenge a friend via local wireless multiplayer. Choose from six unique characters to play. Play mini-games to win tickets to spend in the Fun Room--stock up on prizes for your collection or new outfits and accessories for your character. Unlock new game modes, games, and even a secret Park Zone. [Majesco] Collapse
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  1. Wonder World Amusement Park is one of the rare occasions where a handheld version is actually far better than the console edition. It's a decent themed mini-game collection with reasonable replay value and just enough charm to keep younger players busy for an hour or two at a time.
  2. Altogether, Wonderworld: Amusement Park could have been a pretty solid collection of mini-games if a little more thought had been put into the stylus control scheme.
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