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Mario And Donkey Kong: Minis On The Move release date confirmed

Over 180 stages in new Mario and DK eShop puzzler

Nintendo has confirmed the Mario And Donkey Kong: Minis On The Move release date. The new puzzle game will be released through the 3DS eShop on 9 May.

Minis On The Move is very different from a Mario Vs Donkey Kong game. It is a game in which you manipulate objects to guide the tiny mini Marios to the goal. You have to place different tiles on the flat map on the touchscreen while looking out for the obstacles on the upper screen.

There are over 180 different stages across four different modes and once you're done with all that, you can upload stages you've created. There are also four different types of mini-game.

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  1. Waldy565 Wednesday 17th Apr 2013 at 17:48

    Surprised there's no comments on this or many comments on the Pikmin 3 announcement. Maybe people are still getting over that amazing Direct. Still, I think I'll get this AND Pikmin 3 to be blunt, I love my RTS' haha! Hmmm, or do I get LEGO City for my 3DS? SO MANY CHOICES!

  2. goldtanooki Wednesday 17th Apr 2013 at 18:52

    I'll probably be downloading it, but it depends on the space and price of the game. my 3DS only has about 2000 blocks left, and that lowers every time I go on eshop :(

  3. Riverlution Wednesday 17th Apr 2013 at 20:00

    May buy it. Being a mario game, its likely to never reduce in price, especially as there is only one place you can get the game from. I'll wait for reviews first though

  4. imbusydoctorwho Thursday 18th Apr 2013 at 12:45

    Looks good,but I bet it'll be one of the more expensive E-shop titles.

  5. MartinIsAwesome Thursday 18th Apr 2013 at 22:42

    Hells yeah. I love Mario Vs Donkey Kong: Mini-land Mayhem, and this looks so new and it's fantastic that they've taken it to a different direction. I'm also amazed to see that on top of the main puzzle game, there are mini-games as well which look like they could be as addictive as the ones in Super Mario 64 DS.

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