Myth Makers: Trixie in Toyland - Nintendo Wii

3.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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  • Pounce on enemies from above and follow up with the magic rattle
  • Collect power ups to increase the power and accuracy of weapons
  • Hop, skip and jump around toy land levels
  • Seek out the missing orbs while avoiding killer clowns and hover copters
  • Myth Makers latest wacky adventure

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Join The Myth Makers in their latest adventure, Trixie in Toyland! The Evil Penumbra, Leader of the Aristocrat Riders has stolen the Myth Makers Orbs and has hidden them in Toyland. Trixie must explore every inch of Toyland and find the stolen Magical Orbs and return balance to the Myth Realm. But its not going to be easy! Along her way, Trixie must do battle with Killer Clowns, Rampaging Robots, and Hovering Helicopters.

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ASIN B001AMH4U6
Release date June 24, 2008
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3.2 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #53,196 in videogames
#1,600 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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By Marshall Carter VINE VOICE on December 13, 2010
This is simply the same game you've played before as Ninjabread Man and Anubis II, two other dismal titles from Data Design Interactive. They use the same game engine, apply a different textures to make the main character and enemies look different and then call it a new game. The problem is that they never do anything to improve the gameplay. Controls are near-impossible to use, animations are horrid and everything's generally been put together with a seeming disdain for the consumer. The most insulting thing is that many of these games are aimed at a younger market, but due to the dismal controls, even the most experienced gamer would find them difficult in the worst way imaginable. Do not buy this game, or any other DDI/Conspiracy game. The fact that Data Design Interactive has been successful releasing titles like this is a sad reflection of the current state of the Wii market, as well as underhanded ways that a lot of these shovelware developers are more than willing to sell you the same substandard product over and over and over again. You've been warned.
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There are Nine levels in the game, plus a tutorial level. In order to proceed to the next level, players must collect eight power rods to activate a teleporter. When the player completes a level and plays it again, a menu appears with a second mode available, `Score Pickups'. If the level is completed again in this mode, the player will unlock `Time Attack' mode. Completion of this mode unlocks the `Hidden Pickups!' alternative mode.

The controls are very innovative. You use the analog stick on the Wii Remote's nunchuk to move -- and you swing the same nunchuk upward every time you have to jump! The Remote itself does nothing except sit in your other hand. And since the odds are good you're going to put the Remote in you right hand if you're right-handed and vice-versa, you do everything in this game using your less dominant hand, which really provides an intense challenge.
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This was by far the worst Wii game we have ever purchased! If I could have given it a lower score I would have. It's suppose to be geared toward young children, however, as an adult I found the characters creepy and distrubing. Who wants clowns chasing you and destroying you? I got so frustrated with it that I gave it to a friend who is a Wii fanatic and can figure out any game. After about an hour of play he wanted to "stuff Trixie's little bunny ears up her bunny rump" (which was the most enjoyment we got out of the game because my 5 year old son laughed uncontrollably at that statement). He played it for over 20 hours total and could never find all of the orbs that were needed to complete the game. The game was then passed to another friend who had the same luck. Needless to say, the game is stuck in the back of a cabinet someplace because it is so frustrating no one even want to look at it. Save your money!
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