The game transports players beyond the Tipton Hotel to the St. Mark, a rival hotel where clues lead to the discovery of a secret spy organization. Players will take on the role of Zack and Cody encountering characters from the show, plus new personalities such as The Magician. Cool gadgets and entirely new places including a mysterious traveling carnival combine for a unique experience, with all the mischief, mystery and hilarious fun that fans of the show expect. Also, for the first time, fans will be able to play as Maddie and London in fun mini games.
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Play as Zack and Cody and, for the first time, engage in fun mini-games with Maggie or London
Uncover the mystery at the St. Mark in a brand new Suite Life adventure
Wield Cody's upgraded vacuum cleaner and other cool gadgets such as Zack's Auto Pitcher and Spring Shoes
Explore entirely new places like the spookier St. Mark Hotel, a hidden underground tunnel and a mysterious traveling carnival
Team up with a friend and play in competitive mini-games such as Air Hockey and Whack-A-Ghost
The Suite Life of Zack Cody Circle of Spies is rated
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*A Customer* from
Ok game......This game is okay, but when comparing it to Tipton Trouble, not good. First, the minigames: This game has four minigames, but two of them are balance games, just with different characters. And the balance games are hard. It takes too long to beat them for a minigame. As for the other two, too easy. If you've played Tipton Trouble, you'll know that the skateboard and sailboat minigames on that are a better difficulty level that varies based on the course. This is nothing like that. The storyline is pretty good, the graphics are nothing special, the sound is okay, and the challenge for most of the main game is decent. I can't say anything about length- for me the game didn't last very long before I turned it in! The controls are good, and make good use of the touch screen for gadgets. If you've played Tipton Trouble, though, you'll be a little disappointed, especially because there aren't any motions that Zack and Cody do together. I liked Zack getting on Cody's shoulders and helping Cody up, and Cody blowing Zack through the air in the last game. This game doesn't feel right because you can't do the whole brother-cooperation thing that made the levels such a challenge and feel like an accomplishment.