The story once again has the duo venturing through strange and exciting environments packed with obstacles on their way to find the moon. Cookie and Cream's unique yet accessible control scheme on the Nintendo DS has players navigating through the worlds on the top screen while solving puzzles and disarming traps on the touch screen below. The game can be played on one system as a single-player game where one person controls both characters, or as a two-player cooperative game with each player controlling a different rabbit. Expanding the action, the game is wireless and Wi-Fi compatible for cooperative gameplay as well as 4-player Battle action!
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