In Turn It Around players use the DS stylus to spin the turn wheel in 24 mini-games that range from classics like Arkanoid, Elevator Action and Bubble Bobble, to sports games like Golf and Skateboarding, to wacky additions like Packed Train in which players have to keep their balance without getting motion sick. In addition, players can challenge a friend in three multiplayer modes or choose from two different single player modes.
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