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The Legendary Starfy
Game Description:Looks can be deceiving. And as cute and lovable as he looks, the star-shaped Prince Starfy isn't afraid to let bad guys have it! The fearless hero teams with his no-nonsense, talking-clam sidekick Moe for another pointed adventure in Legendary Starfy. A mysterious visitor (with bunny ears) has lost his memory. Starfy's out to find it. Along the way, he and Moe will find plenty of action, soaring across bottomless pits, gliding up rainbows, and swimming through swirling oceans. Shapeshift into four powerful forms - like the fire-bellied Monstar or the cluckin' Roostar - to conquer challenges and defeat enemies. The legend continues in wireless mini-games and wireless co-op play.
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