Thursday, October 6, 2011
Mama develops her wilderness skills in Camping Mama: Outdoor Adventures that features 100 different stylus based games across a broad range of challenges. Craft a fishing pole, then use it to fish and cook your catch; capture wild chickens for a tasty egg breakfast; set up your tent; collect exotic insects. Both girls and boys can enjoy fun outdoor activities like rock climbing, spelunking, rowing and tree climbing. There are 38 different levels that span forests, mountains, and seas. Would-be campers can choose to play as either the son or daughter, with Mama or Papa providing guidance depending on the challenge. With customization options and collectible play, Camping Mama lets everyone go wild in the great outdoors. Developed by Cooking Mama Limited, Camping Mama: Outdoor Adventures was released for Nintendo DS on September 6th by Majesco Entertainment.
My family goes camping every weekend for seven months out of the year, so to have a game geared towards camping was a thrill for my kids. It's geared towards both girls and boys. There are two main characters to choose from, Ringo the boy or Ichigo the girl. Two modes of play, Explore and Challenge, are available. Fishing, racing, swining on vines, collecting butterflies, and grilling fish are just some of the things to do. A mini game is unlocked at the end of each level. You can view 'Books' to see what equipment you've unlocked, what you've caught, and what food you've cooked. There are levels and mini games that are more challenging than others. We've never played any of the previous Cooking Mama games, but the whole family has had fun with this one.
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