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Step into the moon boots of Napoleon Dynamite and relive some flippin sweet movie moments like dancing to Z-Kwon, throwing the pigskin a quarter mile with Uncle Rico, smashing piñatas with Pedro and many more! Napoleon Dynamite brings 20 mini games for the DS and 30 for the PSP that really need you to use all your good skills to pass…even your bow-hunting skills for when you’re hunting Wolverines with your uncle in Alaska! So hurry up and play already and all your wildest dreams will come true. Gosh!

Features:

• Experience the world of Napoleon Dynamite with a hilarious story that picks up right where the movie left off

• Interact with Napoleon, Pedro, Uncle Rico, Kip, and even Tina the Llama in outrageous game moments

• Play dozens of addictive mini games (20 for the DS and 30 for the PSP) based on scenes from the movie

• Utilize your stylus in unique ways such as baking a cake with Pedro, playing tetherball at school, feeding Tina the llama, and much more
(DS only)

• Girls like guys with skills, so prove your skills by earning bronze, silver, or gold medals in each mini-game

• Earn sweet rewards like concept art from the movie, , audio and video clips (PSP only), sweet trinkets, and even costumes for Napoleon throughout the game

• Play multiplayer games head to head wirelessly with your friends (PSP only)
 

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