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The Smurfs Dance Party

The Smurfs Dance Party (WII) game cover art
Platform: Wii
Genre: Music (Dancing)
Developer: Landho Co., Ltd.

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
07/19/2011
EU
07/29/2011
AU
09/08/2011
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Staff Reviews

The Smurfs Dance Party review

Reviewed August 16, 2011

Joseph Shaffer says: "The Smurfs Dance Party is a simple, relaxing title featuring silly fun for kids. Anyone over the age of nine might want to consider a title with more substance, but you might want to give the game a go if you’re just looking for a simple and charming family night diversion. I don't recommend paying more than $20, though. "
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