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Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise
Game Description:The original Rare Ltd. team behind Viva Piñata has reunited to bring gamers Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise, the newest piñata adventure that invites gamers to return to magical Pinata Island. Unfortunately, not all is well on the island, as Professor Pester along with his gang of Ruffians have wiped out Pinata Central’s computer records, which poses a threat to parties everywhere. To help Pinata Central, players must gradually rebuild the computer database by sending pinatas at full candiosity to parties all around the world. While thwarting Professor Pester’s evil plot, players still build and maintain piñata gardens — using their creativity and imagination to attract, trap, protect, train and manage more than 100 different pinata species.
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