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Mama makes her babysitting debut in an inventive game that lets players use the Wii Remote in a whole new way! By tucking the Wii Remote into the back of...
Mama makes her babysitting debut in an inventive game that lets players use the Wii Remote in a whole new way! By tucking the Wii Remote into the back of...

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Mama makes her babysitting debut in an inventive game that lets players use the Wii Remote in a whole new way! By tucking the Wii Remote into the back of the plush baby included with the game, girls can play the game as they play with the doll. Players can enjoy more than 40 activities using the doll and Nunchuk
much more. Babysitting Mama features six unique babies, each with his or her own personality and needs, along with a range of indoor and outdoor environments that Mama and baby can play in. The game even supports two-player mode, because when it comes to newborns, Mama could use some help!

Babysitting Mama is an entry in the Mama series where the player has to take care of a baby through different mini-games. The game comes optionally with a plush baby doll (also available separately) with a gap in the back where the Wii Remote can be inserted. The Wii Remote is then connected to the Nunchuck so the game recognizes movement of the doll combined with the analog stick and buttons of the Nunchuk for the main controls. It is also possible to play without the doll.

The game progresses through many different mini-games such as taking pictures of the baby, feeding, washing, burping, rocking it to sleep, changing diapers, playing with a seesaw or a mobile, stopping it from crying etc. Each mini-game has a different lay-out and controls, often based on timing correctly with room for a few mistakes. Based on the final result a bronze, silver or gold medal is awarded. If the movement of the plush doll is too violent, the game pauses briefly and displays a warning. There are multiple environment such as inside the house or outside in the park. There are six babies to choose from, unlocked gradually: Daniel, Emma, Koyuki, Lucy, William and Yuto, each with their own baby book with six pages to unlock.

Other types of mini-games include feeding multiple babies at once, a crawling race, pushing a swing, a simplified tug-of-war or collecting bottles. The mini-games can be practiced in a training mode and by completing them in the story mode various unlockables are opened up. The game is split up into several levels (pages) with four to five mini-games each. Some of the mini-games are based around mama when she has to swat flies or climb a tree to retrieve her hat. The game has a versus mode for two players simultaneously, each controlling their own doll. After completing the game it is possible to view an album with pictures of all of the baby's activities.

Mama makes her babysitting debut in an inventive game that lets players use the Wii Remote in a whole new way! By tucking the Wii Remote into the back of the plush baby included with the game, girls can play the game as they play with the doll. Players can enjoy more than 40 activities using the doll and Nunchuk
much more. Babysitting Mama features six unique babies, each with his or her own personality and needs, along with a range of indoor and outdoor environments that Mama and baby can play in. The game even supports two-player mode, because when it comes to newborns, Mama could use some help!

Babysitting Mama is an entry in the Mama series where the player has to take care of a baby through different mini-games. The game comes optionally with a plush baby doll (also available separately) with a gap in the back where the Wii Remote can be inserted. The Wii Remote is then connected to the Nunchuck so the game recognizes movement of the doll combined with the analog stick and buttons of the Nunchuk for the main controls. It is also possible to play without the doll.

The game progresses through many different mini-games such as taking pictures of the baby, feeding, washing, burping, rocking it to sleep, changing diapers, playing with a seesaw or a mobile, stopping it from crying etc. Each mini-game has a different lay-out and controls, often based on timing correctly with room for a few mistakes. Based on the final result a bronze, silver or gold medal is awarded. If the movement of the plush doll is too violent, the game pauses briefly and displays a warning. There are multiple environment such as inside the house or outside in the park. There are six babies to choose from, unlocked gradually: Daniel, Emma, Koyuki, Lucy, William and Yuto, each with their own baby book with six pages to unlock.

Other types of mini-games include feeding multiple babies at once, a crawling race, pushing a swing, a simplified tug-of-war or collecting bottles. The mini-games can be practiced in a training mode and by completing them in the story mode various unlockables are opened up. The game is split up into several levels (pages) with four to five mini-games each. Some of the mini-games are based around mama when she has to swat flies or climb a tree to retrieve her hat. The game has a versus mode for two players simultaneously, each controlling their own doll. After completing the game it is possible to view an album with pictures of all of the baby's activities.

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We strive to never cancel orders or pre-orders but may be forced to due to situations outside our control such as allocations, cancellations, pricing errors, etc.

Orders may occasionally be delayed due to stock locations to consolidate and ship all order items together.
Orders ship once ALL items in your order have been released.

Orders may be delayed do to product being received in insufficient condition from distributors requiring replacement.

We strive to never cancel orders or pre-orders but may be forced to due to situations outside our control such as allocations, cancellations, pricing errors, etc.

Orders may occasionally be delayed due to stock locations to consolidate and ship all order items together.