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Product Description

Train in all types of gymnastic activities such as uneven bars, balance beam and trampoline, and work all the way up to the Olympics to compete for a gold medal.

Key Features

• Perform as a gymnast and flip and twirl through a series of gymnastics training and performances

• Creative expression: Create individual routines by combining moves from more than 100 different options

• Learn new moves and compete in five different events:
• Uneven bars
• Balance beam
• Floor exercises
• Vault
• Free-style performance

• Customizable gear, outfits and accessories

• In story mode, players can watch as their gymnast goes from the local gym all the way to the Olympics

• Fun and unique mini-games with unlockable items such as new moves, accessories and outfits

Product Specifications
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: 1st Playable
Ship Date: October 2008
Platform: Nintendo DS
Category: Girls sports
ESRB Rating: Pending (E expected)

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