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Samba De Amigo Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:The beloved game from Sega's days in the arcade has made its way into your living room! Grab your Wiimote and get ready to shake your maracas with Samba and a colorful, creative cast of characters. Songs from the original, as well as modern tunes, will keep you shake-shake-shakin' at different tempos, depending on the color of the icons. Shake your Wiimote and Nunchuk together or separately, high or low, and sometimes even in circles. You'll have to keep up with all the moves to be at the top of your game. But don't get too wiggly, you may have to pose and not move at all!
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