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The Barbie Diaries: High School Mystery

The Barbie Diaries: High School Mystery (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Gorilla Systems

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The Barbie Diaries: High School Mystery review

Reviewed July 11, 2007

pickhut says: "If you ever get around to playing The Barbie Diaries: High School Mystery, then your health and safety may be at risk. As the warning screen at the start says, you need to read the Health and Safety Precautions Booklet before you start the game, because the last thing we need are people having heart attacks or exploding. Barbie demands it. "
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