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Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun DS

Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun



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Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun extends Mama's reach beyond cooking. But as was true for the original games, the key here will be capturing young player's imagination and desire to keep Mama happy.

Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun is the Nintendo DS companion to the Wii's new Babysitting Mama title. You can try your hand at a range of home craft activities ranging from pottery, woodwork, jewellery design to origami.

Each activity maximises the DS's tactile controls as you follow the now famous Mama’s instructions. Working through the different stages you are shown how to create a selection of gadgets and trinkets - a bird box, necklaces, kaleidoscope, cushions and patchwork quilts.

Where Babysitting Mama Wii takes the series in a new direction, Hobbies and Fun looks likely to be the first step of many the apply the Cooking Mama approach to a variety of subjects.

Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun is released on 12th November for Nintendo DS.

Written by Paul Govan

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