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  • Summary: [WiiWare] Enter the world of PictureBook Games: Pop-Up Pursuit and enjoy a family board game set in a pop-up picture book. Instead of simply rolling dice to move along the map, you'll use cards (which can help or hinder progress) and coins (useful for buying more cards, but don't forget about your Coin Bonus at the end of the game). Spaces on the map play an important role in the game's outcome, and your computer-controlled opponents exhibit different personalities and behavior. Occasionally, the mysterious Book of Magick will be opened, causing an event that may change according to how you play. This mixture of exciting game play and charming, artistic atmosphere give Pop-Up Pursuit high replay value and unique depth—even if its characters are flat. [Nintendo] Expand
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    Picturebook Games: Pop-Up Pursuit is essentially Candyland for WiiWare. That's not necessarily praise -- although Candyland is enjoyed by pretty much every kid in America, it's because the game requires zero skill and is so simple a four-year old can wrap their mind around it.
  2. Children won't have the patience for this, and there are much better things to spend 800 points on. In summary, PictureBook Games: Pop-Up Pursuit is the perfect reason to discontinue family game night.
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