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'Baby Life' (NDS) - 5 New Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

In Baby Life, players take charge of their own, unique babies. A combination of different "genetic material" allows players to (pro)create a baby that almost no one else could have, with more than 3 millions possibilities. Each baby is unique physically and mentally. The baby behaves very realistically, its movements are life-like, it plays, smiles or cries.

As parents, you have to help your baby to grow up from 9 to 15 months, team him/her to speak, move, and behave better. More

In Baby Life, players take charge of their own, unique babies. A combination of different "genetic material" allows players to (pro)create a baby that almost no one else could have, with more than 3 millions possibilities. Each baby is unique physically and mentally. The baby behaves very realistically, its movements are life-like, it plays, smiles or cries.

As parents, you have to help your baby to grow up from 9 to 15 months, team him/her to speak, move, and behave better. More than 100 items of clothing can be used either for one's own toddler or swapped with others via the integrated Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. In the second part of the game, players will have to demonstrate their newly acquired abilities when they babysit up to four children at once.

Baby Life for Nintendo DS will be published in the fourth quarter of this year.

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