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New Super Mario Bros Water Game DS

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Update: August 07, 2006

«©NCSX» When a jet of water hits an object, kinetic energy is transferred from the water to the object. As a consequence of energy transference, the object is pushed in the same direction as the water. The New Super Mario Bros Water Game DS operates on this principle where the player uses two jets of water to motivate objects into receptacles. Three variants of the Mario water game are in stock today as follows:
 
» White Nintendo DS : Mario and Coin Game
Use the power of water to push five gold coins into a [?] basket.
» Black Nintendo DS : Fire Mario and Ball Game
Thrust three red spheres and three green spheres into open-mouthed Piranha Plants of the same color. [SOLD OUT]
» Pearl Blue Nintendo DS : Luigi and Block Game
Send three Tetris blocks of varying shape swirling into a receptacle.

   To play the games, the d-pad on the left and the face-button-pad on the right are pushed to send jets of water coursing through the tiny replica Nintendo DS touch screen. By using direct streams of water as well as cross-currents, a player may deftly guide the objects into their appointed destinations.
 
 
Pros of the New Super Mario Bros Water Games
» No batteries required. Your thumbs provide all the power.
» Simple operation ensures that your mind won't be taxed.
» When stranded in the Sahara, the water may slake thirst.
» Cheaper than a video game and almost as fun.
» Collectible - once they're sold out, they're gone forever.
 
Cons of the New Super Mario Bros Water Games
» No batteries required. Your thumbs will ache from the fevered exertion.
» Aren't interesting enough to occupy the kids on a 6 hour flight.
» Unlikely to impress the girls.
» Potentially leaky top may ruin the comic book you left it upon.
» Collectible - vandals perpetrate when they spot little NDS replicas.
 
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