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Welcome to Pixie Hollow...... 6
Getting Started...................... 7
Menu Controls...................... 8
Game Controls...................... 9
The Main Menu.................. 10
Pixie Hollow......................... 12
Preparing the Seasons.......... 16
Customer Support................ 26
Limited Warranty................. 27
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Welcome to Pixie Hollow
Getting Started
Have you ever wondered how nature gets its glow...
Who gives it light and color as the seasons come and go?
Who helps all creatures great and small to walk, to swim, to fly?
Who crafts such tiny details? It’s all the work of fairies...
1 Make sure the POWER switch is OFF.
Once in a great while there is a fairy with personality so
magical, so full of spirit, and so special to so many people that
this can only describe the incomparable pixie and the most
famous fairy of them all... Tinker Bell!
3 Turn the POWER switch ON.
Discover the magical world of Pixie Hollow with Tinker Bell, as
fairies of every talent practice their magical abilities and prepare
for the change of seasons.
2 Insert the Disney Fairies: Tinker Bell
Game Card into the Nintendo DS® Game Card slot.
NOTE: the Disney Fairies: Tinker Bell Game Card
is designed for the Nintendo DS™ system.
4 On the DS menu screen, tap the
Disney Fairies: Tinker Bell panel.
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Menu Controls
L Button
+Control Pad
Game Controls
r button
Touch Screen Use your stylus to Fly and Interact with
other fairies. Tap, Drag, and Select items
x button
START Save, Pause, Options
y button
L Button Scrolls through map and lists
R Button Scrolls through map and lists
a button
b button
start
select
You can also save by visiting Tink’s House.
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The Main Menu
Play Game
This is your portal to Pixie Hollow. If it’s your first time
preparing a season, Tink and her fairy friends will show
you what to do.
This section is where your adventure in Pixie Hollow begins.
Today’s Fortune
Tap here to see what Tink thinks of your day. You can also share
a fortune with a friend using the wireless connection abilities of
your Nintendo DS.™
Settings
Here you can adjust the volume or delete saved data. You can
even check out a preview of the upcoming Tinker Bell & the Lost
Treasure movie.
DGamer
Tip: Gifts
Talk to fairies to
find out what types
of things they like.
It might help you
pick out the right
gift for them.
Choose DGamer™ to enter the new online community exclusively
for Disney gamers. Once inside, check out all of the achievements
you’ve unlocked, send gifts and chat with friends, create a 3D
avatar and more. (See the DGamer Quick Start Guide or
www.dgamer.com for more details.) Plus, while in LCD Off
Mode you can plug in your headphones, close your DS and
listen to music from DGamer.
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Pixie Hollow
Command Menu
Main Game Screens
Most of the action takes place on the Touch Screen.
Use the stylus to tap objects and interact with them.
A blue sparkle
shows where to
find items
Tink’s location
in Pixie Hollow
A yellow sparkle
shows where to
find fairy friends
Opens the
command menu
Expands or hides
menu control
Scrolls top
screen
to see lists
Your
achieved title
Your medals
to spend in
Pixie Hollow
Your darts to
use in the
Roulette game
Return to
game
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Use these menus
to keep track of
everything a
Fairy needs
in Pixie Hollow
Tap here for help
and to view any
tutorials you may
have forgotten
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Menus
Lists
Use this list
to check the
fairies you’ve
met and
things you’ve
gathered.
Outfits
Pick and choose all of Tink’s clothes
and accessories here. Some outfits come
from materials Tink has gathered, or
as rewards for bringing a season to the
mainland. You can also create your own
designs (see Costume Design on page 18).
Materials Owned
Here you can see your ever
growing collection of materials.
Organized into flower, animal,
water and light materials, it’s
as easy as can be to find what
you need.
List of Achievements
This is the list of everything
you have accomplished and
items you’ve collected.
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Preparing the Seasons
The fairies’ number one most important job is preparing
for the seasons. Every Season is different, but preparations
for each follow a similar recipe.
Meet the Minister of the Season to get your
preparation list.
Gather everything on your list by playing mini-games
and doing favors for other fairies.
Repair all items for the season.
Along the way Tinker Bell will
meet many fairy friends who
may need your help. Some
will need help finding things,
such as seeds. Some will need
to trade items such as flower
petals. Some will just need
favors, such as delivering light
beads and shells.
Use the to do list in the
Command Menu to help you
remember them all.
Deliver all items to the Minister.
Bask in the glow of accomplishment, and
watch as the Minister brings the season
to the mainland.
Errands
Tip: Sparkles
Tap sparkles on
the ground – you never
know what they
might bestow.
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Costume Design
After Tinker Bell has completed a few seasons, she can begin
designing her own outfits. She can only make one top, one skirt,
and one pair of boots. To make more, she has to give away the
item or leave them in the Accessory Shop for someone to pick
up. If the recipient really likes the design, she may leave a gift
in appreciation.
Trends
Give away your custom designed clothes
to all of your fairy friends, or put it on
display in your shop, and the next time you
turn on your Nintendo DS, you may have
started a trend. And you might even see all
the fairies wearing the outfit you created!
Stamps
Decorate clothing with stamps
Tink has collected. While you start
with 4, there are 16 stamps in all.
Color
Stamps can be created in a
variety of colors. Tink can collect
different fruits to add more colors to
her designs.
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Tip: Arrows
Tap an arrow to move to
the next screen. Look for
red arrows in the first
season to tell you exactly
where you need to go. Tap
small arrows to reveal
more of the
screen.
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Making Accessories
Tinker Bell’s later titles allow her to
create accessories. Tink can create
hair ornaments, anklets and bracelets
for herself or as gifts for other fairies.
Recipe Cards
Every accessory has its own unique
requirements. Recipe Cards tell Tink
what she needs to collect to create
an accessory and what she needs
to do to complete it.
Items
Use the items Tink has collected
around Pixie Hollow or won by
competing in mini-games to make
fashionable new accessories.
Ranking
Accessories are ranked based on rarity of materials
and craftsmanship. Higher rated accessories will
earn Tink more praise – and more Fairy Medals at
the Accessory Shop.
Accessory Shop
The Accessory Shop is next to Tinker Bell’s work
table. Any items left there may be taken by
the other fairies of Pixie Hollow. If the fairy
really likes what she has taken, she may leave
a Fairy Medal or two to show her appreciation.
To put items in the Shop, select them from Tink’s
Inventory, and transfer them to the shelves next
to Tink’s work table.
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Tip:
Asking a Fairy Friend
If you aren’t sure what
to do next, talk to your
fairy friends. They may
just help you figure
out where to go
next.
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Repairing Things
Repairing things for other fairies is
a great way for Tink to make new
friends – and to improve her existing
fairy friendships. Tinker Bell makes
repairs in her workshop, at her table.
Tap it to begin repairing, select an
item to work on (she can have up to
eight items on her waiting list), and
then start tinkering.
Friendships
Friends – the greatest reward of all!
Whenever Tink does a favor for a
fairy, or fixes something, or gives a
gift, or just has a nice conversation,
Tink’s friendship meter with that
fairy improves. Better friends often
give better gifts.
Tinker Bell’s friendship with a fairy
will suffer if Tink doesn’t keep in
touch, or if she doesn’t complete an
errand on time, or even if she gives a
fairy something she doesn’t like.
You can check out your friendship
meter by visiting the Lists option
in the Command Menu. Just select
Fairies to see how your friendships are measuring up.
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