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ADORABLE 4yr old PLAYS WII U Mario Smash Bros Mario Kart CAPTAIN TOAD
ADORABLE 4yr old PLAYS WII U Mario Smash Bros Mario Kart CAPTAIN TOAD

Today we are in Target playing around with the WII U display and sampling some video games. This is just a short demonstration of the awesome gaming skills our 4 year old has. She started playing Super Mario 3d world for the Wii U when she was just 3! Now she is a pro! She really loves her Mario games as you can tell. She loves to “kill Link” in Super Mario Brother Smash Up.

She can really control her way around the racetrack in super mario kart. And she enjoys playing the new Wii U game Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. This is our routine when we go into Target looking for toys. It start with a 30 minute stop at this WII U display. And it’s awesome! The Wii U is a perfect gaming system for kids and has more titles that are kid friendly than any other system. Kids just love Super Mario Bros! I definitely did when I was little. For kids, we rate the WII U a 9/10. A must have! Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, known in Japan as Susume! Kinopio-taichō (進め! キノピオ隊長?, lit. March Onwards! Captain Kinopio), is an action puzzle video game developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo and published by Nintendo for the Wii U. The game is a spin-off of the Mario series which builds upon a minigame originally featured in Super Mario 3D World. It supports Amiibo figures, specifically the Toad figure. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker builds upon the Adventures of Captain Toad minigame within Super Mario 3D World, where the basic gameplay model had been first introduced. In the game, players control Captain Toad, or sometimes his companion Toadette, who must safely navigate through various obstacles in order to reach a gold star at the end of each level.[6]

The player can manipulate the camera to view around the level, which can reveal hidden areas containing bonus items. Captain Toad can be hit twice before dying, and can collect mushrooms to restore his health. As in Super Mario 3D World, Captain Toad is able to walk and run, but unable to jump (as Toad is carrying a heavy backpack that weighs him down). Toad can pull up plants from the ground, which yield either coins to be collected or turnips to be thrown at enemies. He can collect a pickaxe that, similar to the hammer found in Donkey Kong, briefly allows him the ability to clear out enemies and obstacle blocks. The game makes use of the Wii U GamePad’s features, as the player can touch the screen to manipulate platforms, as well as use gyroscopic controls to aim turnips while riding mine carts.[7] The game makes use of Amiibo figurines: using the Toad amiibo places a “pixel Toad” in levels for Captain Toad to find, hide and seek style.[8]