Guinness World Records: The Videogame
Publisher: Warner Bros. Price: £19.99 Format: Wii (also on DS) Age rating: 3+ AS Roy Castle used to sing, if you want to be the best, you ve got to beat the rest and nowhere is this more true than here. Made up of 36 mini-games, each one comes with a
Publisher: Warner Bros.
Format: Wii (also on DS)
Age rating: 3+
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AS Roy Castle used to sing, "if you want to be the best, you've got to beat the rest" and nowhere is this more true than here.
Made up of 36 mini-games, each one comes with a high score that needs beating, but once you have managed to set a new record you can then compare it to other players' scores from around the world. The ultimate aim is to become world champion, with the added incentive of having your feat recorded in the actual book. So, if you fancy your chances competing in the 100m egg and spoon race, building the world's tallest skyscraper, shearing sheep or tearing up imaginary phone books, this game is for you.
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