Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise

Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise, the newest piņata adventure that invites gamers to return to magical Piņata Island. Unfortunately, not all is well on the island, as Professor Pester along with his gang of Ruffians have wiped out Piņata Central's computer records, which poses a threat to parties everywhere. To help Piņata Central, players must gradually rebuild the computer database by sending piņatas at full candiosity to parties all around the world. While thwarting Professor Pester's evil plot, players still build and maintain piņata gardens - using their creativity and imagination to attract, trap, protect, train and manage more than 100 different piņata species.

Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise
Publisher : Microsoft Game Studios
Developer : Rare Ltd.

Release Date : September 2008
Price: TBA
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Gameplay  - Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise also offers a vast level of customization within your main garden. Now, along with planting grass, trees and flowers, and digging ponds and lakes, players can place sand and snow in their garden to make exotic species of piņata feel more at home. Players also can choose to enhance their garden with themed object packs - make your garden into a space centre, a pirate cove or a haunted graveyard. Buy objects to change the weather, or new toys for your piņata to play with. You have total freedom to create any kind of paradise you want! Thirty-two new species of piņata can run, crawl, fly and swim into your garden in Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise. Large, small, fierce and cute, the new piņatas will join all your favourites for thriving activity throughout your garden. Among these new species are sour piņatas that will infiltrate and wreak havoc in the garden. In Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise, players can choose to either tame sours, or feed them candy to keep them sweet.

World  - Designed for beginner players, kids and those just looking to explore Piņata Island, this mode allows players to jump into the garden and interact with the unique piņata world. In this mode the difficulty has been turned down and the fun has been turned up. Sour piņatas stay away, resident piņatas remain healthy, weeds don't plague your garden and you have an infinite chocolate coin bank account, allowing you to turn your garden into a veritable utopia of colorful creatures. Presenting a challenge for experienced piņata gardeners and dedicated gamers, the Standard gameplay mode provides a more tricky option, where players must keep a watchful eye on their garden. Sour piņatas, feuding species, weeds, illness and limited money call for you to exercise problem solving and creativity to build and maintain an environment where piņatas can flourish and grow.

Spontaneous  - Pester knows where your garden is, and he's got a few nasty tricks up his sleeve to make piņata life difficult. Foil his plans by sending your piņata around the world to save parties everywhere. Also, you must deal with new, untamed sour piņatas with bad attitudes and more troublesome Ruffians who will try to spoil your creation. Pester will try to block piņatas from ever reaching your garden, but you can break the blockades and teach him who is in charge on Piņata Island. However, don't underestimate Pester - he's likely to make some personal appearances to attempt to put you in your place.

Social  - The world of Piņata Island is an inviting and rewarding place to be. Family members and friend now can share in the joy of creating a garden by simply plugging in an extra controller. The second player has access to all tools, actions and activities, but he or she also can collect magic by helping. Player two can spend magic by tinkering items, healing a sick piņata or filling a piņata candiosity meter. It's a new way to play. Using the new photo mode in Viva Piņata: Trouble in Paradise, you can snap, print and upload pictures of your unique garden or customized piņatas showing them off to your friends. You also can photograph your piņata and turn it into a piņata card, share it with your friends so they scan it and put it into their own garden using the Xbox LIVE Vision camera.

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