Nintendo Wii > B > Bonsai Barber


Platform:
Category:
B
Publisher:
Zoonami Ltd., Nintendo
Release Date (US):
03/30/09
Release Date (EU):
08/07/09
Release Date (JP):
04/06/10
ESRB Rating:

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The village residents are hungry for the latest in foliage fashion, and it's up to you, the new barber, to fix them up. Use the tools of your trade: scissors, clippers, spray can, and more in this humorous, first-of-its-kind "first-person groomer" game. Bonsai Barber features a colorful cast of 12 intriguing customers, including a temperamental shallot starlet (don't call her an onion), an oddball strawberry boffin, a cactus cowboy, a daredevil carrot, and a suave banana with top-secret clearance. Each day, five customers arrive to test your stylistic skill. If the customer requests a...
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Game Pictures


Butterfly
When a customer has an apple, keep painting it and a caterpillar will pop out. Keep painting and it will turn into a butterfly. Take a picture of it to get a reward.


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Exploding apple
When a customer has an apple, squirt it until it explodes.


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Photograph prizes

Take the indicated photograph to win the corresponding prize.

Prize
How to unlock



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Rain
Use your tools on the cloud floats above the plant from time to time. Spray it enough with the water and it will rain on the plant, causing it to grow.


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Small tools
Get a rainbow by snipping bells or apples. Ring bells while you have a rainbow. After awhile, your tools will get small. When they are small, completing haircuts is much easier.


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Bird
Keep painting the bird that appears when Maizy gets a haircut and it will release hearts, flowers, stars and other objects.


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