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The story takes place with players heading out on a journey with Anthony the Ant as he searches for the Golden Sunflower.

By guiding Anthony’s marble around the Ant World and searching for items which are valuable to help reach the Golden Sunflower, gamers will help Anthony save his colony. Along the way players will face dangerous mazes and use cool and amazing widgets and gadgets to guide Anthony to his objective. With multiple levels to explore and three difficulty stages within each level, no area is ever the same.

Unique features in Marble Saga: Kororinpa allow fun customization for players. From designing the ball with attributes to helping players navigate through stages easier, to Miis™ and preset fun images, to an Edit Mode which allows for custom design of a unique stage, gamers can really make this entertaining experience their own. For a more competitive tone, a 4-person multiplayer mode allows players to compete with three other opponents on the same map as each races to the finish line. For more customization and group fun with others, the Wii Connect 24 feature allows gamers to share the unique stages they created with their friends or to receive extra stages from Hudson after the game’s launch via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Additionally, Wi-Fi Leaderboards let players compete online against each other to see who can navigate through the world the fastest.

For those who can’t live without gaming peripherals, the Wii Balance Board can be used as players navigate through the world as the ball with this new feature. In addition, gamers can utilize 40 innovative and useful widgets to help assist them in guiding their marble, including shrinking machines, movable bridges, vacuum tubes, cannon vaults and more!

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Posted by Corbie Dillard

Marble Saga proves that messing with a successful formula can sometimes end up doing more harm than good

The original Marble Mania took the simple idea of rolling a marble around a maze-like level and combined it with the innovative control of the Wii Remote to form one of the most unique and charming third-party Wii releases. The game had this simple yet...

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LGamer

#2

LGamer said:

I want it! I want it! Kororinpa (1) was a great game... And you can with Marble Saga: Kororinpa create your own levels! I'm drooling! :D

LEGEND_MARIOID

#3

LEGEND_MARIOID said:

I love Kororinpa 1 and Monkey Ball. I love physics based games in general. However, some of the hands on play test have described dodgy cameras and awful handling. I'll wait for the reviews.

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