There is no story mode this time around, if that bothers you for some reason. However, unlike most of the previous entries in this series, this isn't a retail release; it's an eShop downloadable. In addition to the 180 levels included in the game, there's also a built-in level editor to share new levels with the rest of the Nintendo community. Oddly, there's also four completely unrelated mini-games included, with most of them being a mini Mario take on Angry Birds. (You use the touch screen to manipulate a sling shot.) These games seem like an unnecessary distraction from the main game's puzzles. Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move will be available on the 3DS eShop on May 9.
It's Pipe Mania
Use the touch screen to fling Mario at objects