Wii Party is a fun, multiplayer* experience for everyone in the
family that features your Mii™ characters in the midst of the action.
Now Nintendo brings the fun from the TV and into the living room with Wii
Party, a game that changes the way people interact with other
players to get the results they want in the game. Featuring 13 different
party game modes and over 80 minigames, Wii Party can be enjoyed
by everyone in the family, regardless of age.
Wii Party features Mii characters in minigames in 13 unique party game
modes in which up to four people can play together. Party games such
Board Game Island: Players use their Mii characters and try and reach
the finish line by rolling dice to advance. Between turns, players
compete in minigames to get extra dice to roll on their turn.
Some of the 13 different party game modes take the fun out of the TV
and into the living room. Some House Party games include:
Animal Tracker: Players place four Wii Remote™ controllers (sold
separately) on a table. Wii Party will then give the players an animal
noise to listen for. Each Wii Remote will emit a different animal
noise and the first player to grab the Wii Remote making the correct
sound wins.This game can also be played with two people.
Hide 'n' Hunt: One player asks the other players to leave the room and
then hides Wii Remote controllers around the living room. When the
other players return, they have a few seconds to find the hidden
controllers hidden around the room.This game is also playable with
just one Wii remote controller.
Woven throughout various party game modes are over 80 different
minigames, such as:
Derby Dash: Players use the Wii Remote as if they were holding a whip
to spur their horse to victory in a horse race
- Chop Chops: Players use the Wii Remote to see who can cut through
vegetables the fastest
*For multiplayer modes, additional Wii Remote controllers are required
and are sold separately.