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|After the Wii-ification of sports, fitness, and music games in Wii Sports, Wii Fit, and Wii Music, respectively, Nintendo aims to apply its unique brand of family friendly multiplayer gaming to the party genre in Wii Party. There are more than a dozen different game modes, and over 80 mini-games broken down into "House Party" mode, "Party Games" mode, and "Pair Games" mode.|
The "House Party" mode is designed to encourage non-traditional uses of the Wii Remote, such as asking gamers to put their controllers on a table and grab the first one that makes a specific noise, or proposing a game of hide and seek in which one player stashes the Wii Remotes around the living room for the rest of the party to find.
The "Party Games" mode is slightly more traditional, offering up to four gamers the chance to take on Bingo or a variety of board games, while "Pair Games" mode specializes in two-player co-op or competitive action. The mini-games run the gamut, from horse racing and chopping down trees, to riding roller coasters and playing tag, and of course the entire game supports custom "Mii" characters.
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Cartoon Violence|
|Number of Players||1-4|
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