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Submitted by Diselage 3166d ago | news

Mag Kid DS features motion sensing peripheral

Famitsu Magazine has printed some details about an exciting new Nintendo DS game called Mag Kid. What sets this game apart from the pack is its innovative control scheme, which makes use of a motion-sensing stand that plugs into the GBA cartridge slot of the DS Lite. Players interact with the game by tilting, pushing and sliding the DS unit around on the surface in front of them. This motion is needed to move the main character "Mag" around a puzzle-filled house. Mag possesses a magnetic personality, which helps him stack useful pieces in a row behind him like a caterpillar. These pieces can then be used to fight enemies and progress through the various environmental puzzles in the game. ( Slide Adventure: Mag Kid, Nintendo DS)

FadedDRFT  +   3166d ago
EVERYBODY WATCH THIS!!!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watc...
MrBIGGLES  +   3166d ago
Anyways, Pertaining to the article... not some flame bait....^
I'm happy to see that the DS gba slot is being used for innovative game play features. I *heart* my DS. Give me some more games!
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