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Zhu Zhu Babies - Nintendo DS

Zhu Zhu Babies - very similar to the DS game Zhu Zhu Pets, but with more content and more pink.
  • Release date: 2011
  • Genre: Simulation
  • Developer: GameMill Entertainment
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Rating: Everyone (E)
  • Players: 1-Player
  • Donated by: Felicity from Worcestershire, United Kingdom
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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