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    Avatar de Lan Zone
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    Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-land Mayhem Review



    Mario and Donkey Kong have been having it out for almost 30 years now and, thankfully, the two don't appear to be anywhere close to settling their differences. The rivalry has made for some of the most delightful handheld puzzle games over the years, a tradition that continues with Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-land Mayhem. This is one of the best DS games of the year. It's not at all a departure from previous entries in the series and essentially provides more of the same, but I'm not going to complain about more of a good thing.

    Donkey Kong has made off with Mario's girlfriend, Pauline, again. Remember, Donkey Kong Mario dates Pauline, while Super Mario Bros. Mario dates Princess Peach. Think of it like those pilots that have different wives in different cities. Anyway, Mario is out to get his girl back and he'll need the help of the Mini Mario toys to do it.



    Your objective in every level is the same: get the Mini Marios to the exit door. You don't take direct control of the toys. Instead, you set them in motion and must provide safe passage for the little guys using your stylus. It's sort of a simplified version of the classic game Lemmings. At the beginning you only need to worry about placing and replacing the red girders you know from the original Donkey Kong. But each new world introduces new tools of transport you'll be able to exploit such as warp pipes, conveyor belts, and ladders. The trick is you usually only have a limited supply of objects at your disposal and must be smart about where you place them, lest the Minis march themselves into a pit of spikes or a fireball.

    Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-land Mayhem isn't an incredibly challenging game and I only had to retry a few levels in the main quest. I can't stress enough, though, that it is a pure joy to play. It's absolutely adorable, and the clever puzzles are satisfying to work out even if they won't always make your brain break a sweat. While merely getting your Minis to the exit may be surmountable, collecting all the coins, M-tokens, and Mario Cards is a different story. There is definitely a lot of replay value here for gamers who want to return to completed levels and try to collect everything. Plus, there are unlockable Special Levels that exist outside the story mode, and these stages can be quite difficult.

    Fuente: IGN
    Calificación: 9.0


    Sin duda un título que todos los fiebres de la saga de Mario y ahora con Donkey, tienen que tener en sus DS, ustedes que opinan?
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