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Mary-Kate and Ashley - Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive


GCG0203 - Developed by n-Space, Inc. and published by Acclaim Entertainment Ltd., Dualstar Interactive, "Mary Kate and Ashley Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive" was released for the gamecube on February 14, 2003. This is a rare 3rd-Person Perspective, racing, driving, sailing, board and party game that is one of few specifically geared toward young girls. Mary-Kate and Ashley, the hot super twins, have just turned 16. They have to take a driving test in order to be licensed to drive. So Head on down to the DMV with Mary-Kate and Ashley and help them earn their license so they can drive you nuts as they hit the road, and of course party. And what's a party without friends, so up to four people can play as either Mary Kate, Ashley or as their two friends. Join the popular duo for their official birthday party, which consists of this nice gameborad adventure party for the gamecube platform. Customize your cars and unlock stylish clothes and sick music. Go girl, gain control of that Stereo! In main adventure mode just jump into your hot new car and cruise into excitement with over 30 party-style mini-games. Games with cool appeal such as Birthday Blowout, Freeway Frenzy, Trail Trivia and Caught Up In fashion! Go windsurfing and kayaking. Race cars, jet skis ATVs and more. Money to purchase useful items are awarded based on your performance in these games. In Mary-Kate and Ashley: Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive, the game boards you drive around on are made to look like cities. A random spinner will determine how far each driver can go. And some spots on on the board will cause you to be fined, give you a bonus, or facilitate purchasing items that will help them in the game. Another cool twist to Gamecube's Mary-Kate and Ashley: Sweet 16 - Licensed to Drive, is that if two of the players land on the same spot on the board, they have to face off in a head-to-head competition to see who can stay. The Adventure mode is sweet, but there is also an Arcade mode, which allows you to just play the minigames. And a mode called "Bring It On," where victory is determined by coming out on top in a set number of minigames. You can play head-to-head with up to three friends, or play together in teams. Mary-Kate and Ashley - Sweet 16: Licensed to Drive is also known as MKAA. Pre-owned. Includes case, disk and instruction manual - Plays on Gamecube or Wii - Rated E for Everyone. Rarity Rating B-

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 March, 2014.

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