Make way for more Mini Marios in this sequel to 2004's platform-puzzle hybrid on Game Boy Advance. The basic storyline has the jilted Donkey Kong up to his usual tricks; if you can't woo the girl, throw her over your shoulder and start climbing. The ill-fated female is none other than Pauline, who reprises her ape abductee role from 1981's classic Donkey Kong arcade title. The object is to rescue Pauline by guiding the Mario wind-up toys through a series of increasingly challenging, hazard-filled levels. The stylus and touch screen let players tap and drag the Minis to jump over dangers or to activate elements such as switches and elevators. Once the Minis make it safely to the level's exit, play resumes on a different stage until Pauline is freed from her cranky captor. March of the Minis also includes a level editor and Wi-Fi Connection support, with the latter allowing players to download user-created stages and surprise bonuses.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (Nintendo DS, 2006)
$19.99 - $49.99
|Game Special Features||<li>Guide the Mini Marios past various obstacles with the stylus and touch screen<br/><br/><li>Create custom maps to share with friends<br/><br/><li>Wi-Fi support for downloading levels, viewing player rankings, and more<br/><br/>|
|Game Series||Mario vs. Donkey Kong Series|
|Rating||E - Everyone|
|Game||Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis|