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Cooking Mama: World Kitchen Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:The mother of all cooking games returns with a new round of recipes and new game modes. Cooking Mama: World Kitchen serves up more cooking challenges, presented with tasty new 3D graphics. Once again, your Wiimote is the ultimate cooking tool. It slices, it dices, it chops, it stirs, and more! Use it to prepare 300 recipes from around the world including ginger pork, fruit gelatin, and a classic potato salad. Cook with real-time effects, earn new animations and keep them to rewatch later, or go head-to-head in a two-player cookoff. Wacky surprises await in new mini-games, and, of course, Mama's waiting to judge your work and award medals.
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