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She cultivated your green thumb in Gardening Mama, turned your world into a work of art in Crafting Mama, and rocked the little ones to sleep in the innovative Babysitting Mama, but Mama’s talent is truly unparalleled in the kitchen.
The original video game chef is whipping up all kinds of fresh fun in her Nintendo 3DS debut. From new recipes and ways to play to exciting kitchen activities and dish combinations, the iconic kitchen cutie has some tricks up her sleeve that will magically transform kitchen newbies into master culinary artists!
• Use the stylus as your ultimate cooking utensil to chop, slice, stir,
knead, roll, toss and more in more than 200 mini games.
• Use the Nintendo 3DS gyroscope to cook: crack eggs, balance plates of food, flip meals in a pan, grate cheese and more.
- Nintendo 3DS
- Release Date
- Nov 15, 2011
- No. of Players
- up to 4 players
- Majesco Entertainment
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