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Boom Blox: Bash Party Previews - Wii

Game Description:Steven Spielberg serves up another sequel that's sure to be a smash in this Boom Blox follow-up. The Blox Party is even better this time around, with 400 action-packed levels that challenge you to solve puzzles in crazy ways fit for a Hollywood stuntman (how many puzzlers force you to tackle problems underwater or in zero gravity?). You'll tangle with new blox types, like virus and conveyor blox, build around new block shapes, and use new tools you won't find in the average toolbox, like paintballs, cannons, and slingshots. An expanded online experience lets you grab new levels or make and share your own.
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    Posted: May 21, 2009

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