Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem!
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Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem! is a Nintendo DS game and the fourth in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series, and the last Mario game for Nintendo DS. It was Wi-Fi compatible, using the same system as in Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis, adding challenges where players submit their levels and other players rate them.
Mario is opening his new theme park with his honored guest Pauline, and as an opening gift he is giving Mini Pauline toys to the first 100 guests to arrive at the park. Donkey Kong desperately wants a Mini Pauline and charges through the line of Toads to get to the front, only to find out that he is the 101st guest to arrive and Mario informs him they are all out of stock. Donkey Kong loses his temper and kidnaps the real Pauline in his rage, leaving Mario and his force of Mini Marios to rescue her.
After venturing through many attractions, the Minis reach the Final Ferris Wheel and defeat Donkey Kong. Pauline is then freed and Mario runs to hug her. However, Donkey Kong jumps and kidnaps her again, which allows the player to play the Plus Mode. In the second ending, when Donkey Kong is about to kidnap Pauline again, Mario offers him a Mini Pauline. Happy, Donkey Kong takes it and gets into the Ferris wheel along with Mario, Pauline, and some other Minis. Several Toads can be seen celebrating the end of the conflict between Mario and Donkey Kong.
Players are able to drag objects such as girders, springs, conveyor belts, pipes, and ladders to guide the Mini Marios to the ends of levels. There are also separate doors for different Minis.
The cards that spell "Mini Mario" from Mario vs. Donkey Kong: March of the Minis and Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! reappear in this game. They will be now available in the Construction Mode, even though they are shaped like crowns.
Additionally, the game features an optional "Mini Guide," similar to the Super Guide first seen in New Super Mario Bros. Wii and the Tip Network and Cosmic Guide first seen in Super Mario Galaxy 2. If the player chooses to play the guide, they can see an example of how to get the Mini Marios to the end of the stage.
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