The Nintendo DS follow-up to the GBA's Mario vs. Donkey Kong is due out on 9th March, Nintendo said this morning.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis has been around on import for a while, but this will still be good news for those of you still hanging on for, I dunno, a slightly fatter box.
The puzzle-based sequel features touch-screen control to aid accessibility throughout is 80 levels, while Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection allows you to compete with other players in levels you've created.
As well as sending and receiving levels from chums using the Friend Code system, you'll be able to download custom-made levels from anyone in the world. Nintendo reckons Wi-Fi Connection has more than two million unique users.
Look out for a review of Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2 in the near future.
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