Alpha and Omega (Nintendo DS)

Release Date: 28 January 2011
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Based on the animated film about two drastically different wolves who are separated from their pack, Alpha and Omega puts gamers in control of Kate and Humphrey as they attempt to escape Sawtooth National Recreation Area and return home to Canada's Jasper National Park. The story mode closely follows the events of the movie, but gamers can also guide the canines through four mini-games, including 30 levels of log rolling, and 30 different holes of Goose Golf.
Log Racing – A side-view, physics based simulation of sledding over hills and slopes with wolves on logs racing to escape their pursuers, pull off stunts for fun, or just finish fastest

Alpha Run – Kate is on the run, viewed from the side, as you dictate when to jump and when to slow down or dash to navigate obstacles and chasms. Kate must collect pack members and lead them to the end of the run, or sometimes, just make the run within a time limit

Goose Golf – A mash-up of miniature golf and pinball. Help Marcel rack up the highest score by hitting as many collectables and “Points-of-interest” with his rock-ball while still getting into the hole with the least strokes. And don’t anger the woodpecker or he may break your golf ball!

Wolf Howling – Uses music in a rhythm game. Earn points for each note tapped with correct timing. Getting 10 notes in a row increases the points value of subsequent notes. If you miss a note at any time, then the multiplier value drops back. Special wolf-notes show a howling wolf icon which prompts you to howl into the microphone which triggers a howl bonus. But be careful not to make too many mistakes, or the birds will fall off their perch!
Release Date: 28 January 2011

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Catalogue No: ZZZ60109