Game freeze problem for both DS and Wii versions.
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February 5th, 2011
While playing the game on the Wii system, we got to a point where the character went to bed, but the game froze and the screen went black. After restarting the game, we went through everything again, and got to a point where the same thing occurred, but at a different spot in the game. We finally found a common factor in both cases: we had just completed the Weeble Wobble Bobble Head set both times, and while the regular game save option still works, the game freezes as it switches over to the next day. We also tried the same thing on our daughter's DS version of the game, with the same result. We contacted Activision about the problem, but it seems they would rather have us try different solutions to clarify that it is indeed that set rather than look into the problem themselves. My best guess is that the bonus item for completing the collection was omitted from both versions, causing the game to freeze because it can't find an item that should be there.
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