The trademark New Age mode constitutes the bulk of the game. It takes the form of a single player adventure, allowing players to pick previously played levels from a map of the island where the story takes place. On a quest to rescue some missing friends, the eponymous Bub or Bob return to play through levels displayed across the two screens of the Nintendo DS. These levels also scroll horizontally to provide a wide, panoramic play area.
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