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Sandy Beach is a fully 3D sandcastle building game that utilizes the Wii remote to form and detail elaborate sand castles, images of which can then be captured and saved to your photo gallery. Players will be able enjoy co-op play as they design their sandcastle on the tranquil shores of Sandy Beach. Watch out for the invading crabs in Crab Battle mode as they storm your sandcastle. Players will need to strategically build their sandcastle and defend it with cannons as the crabs seek total destruction of your mighty sand creations. After successfully defending your castle use your metal detector to search for hidden treasures to adorn your sandcastle or even find additional cannon to aid in warding off the pesky crabs.


All of the fun, excitement and artistry of building a sandcastle is brought home to the Wii
Defend your sandcastle in Crab Battle mode as waves of crabs attempt to flatten your creation
Capture pictures of your sandcastle and save them in the photo album
Build by yourself or have a partner join you in co-op play as you play on the virtual beach designing your sandcastles
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