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Pitfall: The Big Adventure Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:Pitfall Harry has conquered almost every console that video games have to offer. Now old friends can get reacquainted and a new generation of gamers can join an all-new adventure as the classic hero swings onto Nintendo Wii. Enter the Peruvian jungle, where you'll find more than 60 levels filled with lush rain forests, mysterious caves, soaring icy mountains, and plenty of hungry crocodiles. Classic Pitfall gameplay is here, with tricky puzzles to solve, lost treasures to find, and dangerous traps to avoid. Of course, you'll experience it in all-new interactive ways, using that Wiimote to swing over those hungry crocs and much more.
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