The Mr. Men Show is a 2013 video game created by Beanstalk Inc. and Semi Logic Entertainments, Inc. for the Wii U, Nintendo IC, Storybook, Storybook Fire, Hyper V, Neptune Z, Nintendo WiiPad, Nintendo VR, Nintendo DSN, Nintendo DStv, Nintendo DSi, PiiWii, and Wii 2. Versions for the Wii 3 and Wii Cube were also released, but were published by Fingerface Co.
You create your own Mr. Man or Little Miss, and you're just moving to Dillydale. You buy a house, but have to pay it off by gaining DillyDollars (my idea for the currency). You can gain it by working, or doing tasks for the other citizens. You can gain their friendship by being kind to them as well. Some citizens it takes longer to gain their friendship (Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Rude, etc.), but if you try hard enough, you'll be able too. You're character also has needs (food, sleep, etc.), and if the needs are met, the character can move faster, and get jobs done better. The game is also programmed to a clock (the time changes with the time the system is set too). The only weapon ideas we had were just water balloons and water guns, upgrading in the game in more powerful models. Just like in the show, jobs would change every Tuesday, even for the other characters (for example, one day, Mr. Happy might be working in the shop, and the next day, Mr. Tickle's working there). You can also travel by other means instead of walking, like bikes, skateboards, and cars.
After finishing the first 9 levels, there is one level that is not as obvious. When you hit the picture of Miss Magic on the level select screen, you'll notice a music change. When you select a character, you'll be at the Tiddletown railyard, owned by Dillydale Railroads.