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Fans can follow the Smurfs adventure solo or by playing cooperatively with friends. As players progress in the game, they will be able to choose between nine Smurfs featured in the movie and can join each other in a fun multiplayer experience of up to four users playing simultaneously. Exclusive on Wii U, a fifth player will be able to join in on the action by controlling Clockwork Smurf on the Wii U GamePad.

Each Smurf has their own unique special ability to use when navigating through the more than 30 levels in six different worlds. Whether playing as Papa Smurf throwing magic potions to stun the enemies, stomping onto enemies as Grouchy Smurf, or striking a pose as Vanity Smurf to provide a platform for other players to reach hard-to-get items, each move will be used to aid in the battle against enemies such as Azrael, Gargamel the Evil Wizard and Gargamel’s Naughties.
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