Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Screenshots and Images - Xbox 360

Game Description:The Lord of the Games (LOG) has gotten tired of Banjo and Gruntilda's constant feuding. So they've organized a final showdown to determine who will be the rightful owner of Spiral Mountain! Since they're the best video game designers in the world, they've designed the game worlds where Banjo must complete each mission, while Grunty tries to stop him at every turn. Use Mumbo's Motors to build vehicles to use through the missions - and if you can think of it, you can build it. Everything from a basic truck to a flying saucer is buildable. And pre-made vehicles are available out of the box for those who want to jump right in!
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