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Henry Hatsworth & the Puzzling Adventure Videos and Trailers - DS

  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
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  • Developer: Tiburon
  • Release Date:Mar 19, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Cartoon Violence)
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Game Description:Do you ever wish your puzzle games had more adventure? Or that your adventure games had more puzzles? Then your game has arrived! Meet Henry, a colorful character who's taking off on a journey through five different worlds. You'll fight enemies in over 30 different levels, including almost a dozen hidden ones, and take on outrageous world-ending bosses. You can switch between two different worlds on two different screens - the action platforming world and the increasingly difficult puzzle world. Your actions in one world have a cause and effect relationship to the other. Complete puzzles to gain power-ups and help Henry defeat his enemies!
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