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The player is part of an international task-force called Spirit Hunters Inc which is charged with capturing mischievous spirits and sending them back to the spirit world. Players will have to hunt down these spirits and coax them out of their hiding places before doing battle with them through their Nintendo DSi or Nintendo 3DS. On capturing or defeating spirits, players will be rewarded with either experience points or in-game currency (Ghoulders), with which they will be able to level up, replenish health, buy useful spirit hunting items and traps and learn new battling abilities.      

Each spirit is aligned to a specific element: fire, light, water, ice, shadow or fungal. The player also chooses an element at the start of the game with which to battle spirits. Battle difficulty will depend on whether the player's element is strong, weak or neutral to the spirit's element. Players can also buy the other elements with their in-game currency as they increase their experience points, allowing them to experience all the elements and abilities. As the player levels up, they will need to think more tactically to win battles against higher level spirits.   
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