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5TH Cell invites players from all backgrounds to use their imagination and wit in this groundbreaking, original IP for the Nintendo DS! The premise is simple: You use the touch-screen to help your character, Maxwell, acquire the star in each level by solving a series of puzzles. The twist is, in order to solve each puzzle you use the notepad to write down objects that are used to reach the goal. This game is all about experimentation, imagination and endless replay value. Think of any person, place or thing, write it down, and watch it come alive! Write Anything, Solve Everything!

* Play the entire game in a sandbox style right on the title screen.
* Innovative side scrolling action where objects spelled out to solve spatial puzzles become real and combinable in-game and can be reused.
* Thousands of in-game items available in game, but which must be acquired wirelessly from different hot spots, making this the new standard in mobile gaming.
* 220 levels of single player, pick-up and play fun.
* Share levels you create with the level editor via Nintendo DS Wi-Fi Connection.
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