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Super Mario 3D World Alternatives for Nintendo DS

#1 New Super Mario Bros. Wii

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New Super Mario Bros. Wii is an Action, Side-scroll Platform and Single-player video game developed by Nintendo EAD and published by Nintendo. It is the marvelous entry in the series of Super Mario and offers a similar game to previous entries.

Control the protagonist named Mario and walk through a series of levels to fight against foes, and face the boss to rescue Princess Peach. Collect power-ups to enhance your abilities, and gather coins to score the highest points in each level.

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#2 Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure

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Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure is an installment in the series of Crash Bandicoot developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Universal Interactive. The game takes the combined element of Adventure and Puzzle-Platform to offer immersive gameplay.

According to the story of the game, it allows the player to take on the role of a protagonist named Crash Bandicoot, who starts his adventure against a series of antagonist Doctor Neo Cortex. During the gameplay, the player can explore the fantasy game world, gather all the crystals to increase his health, and use his abilities to kill all enemies to progress.

#3 Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter

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Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter is a 2D Action-Adventure, Platform, and Single-player video game created by 5th Cell and published by THQ. It is a sequel to the original title, Drawn to Life, in which the player can create his character to play.

There are three different forms that the player can play, such as blob, spider, and humanoid; each type has its unique perks. These forms become available to play after the completion of the required levels.

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#4 Drawn to Life

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Drawn to Life is an Addictive Action-Adventure, Platform, Single and Multiplayer video game created by 5th Cell and published by 505 Games. The most exciting and enjoyable thing about this game is that it allows the player create his playable characters, accessories, object, weapons, and platforms. It has three different game mode such as Village Mode, Adventure Mode, and Draw Mode. The village mode offers top-down central hub where the player progress through the story and interact with the Raposa, buy new items form the shop, collect coins and accesses levels. The player draws multiple items in village mode to complete his main objective. In village mode, the player can play lots of mini-games to gain more points. The Adventure mode is the best mode of the game offers side-scrolling platform experience with more than 16 exciting levels. In each level, the player can battle against the enemies, rescue Raposa and collect items. In Draw mode the player can create multiple things such as weapons, items, tools, and heroes. The game also allows the player to trade his drawn heroes and other objects. Drawn to Life features excellent game setting, great mechanics, enjoyable soundtrack and beautiful visual details. Do try it out, you’ll enjoy it.

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