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Medieval Games

Platform(s): Wii
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: Vir2L Studios
Developer: nFusion
Release Date: Oct. 20, 2009

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'Medieval Games' (Wii) Gets Release Date

by Rainier on Oct. 7, 2009 @ 8:02 a.m. PDT

Medieval Games is a collection of mini games set in a storybook medieval world, offering players a unique game play experience with a timeless theme. Battle dragons, storm the castle, or joust your way through the tournament championship as you compete in a variety of game modes.

With easy-to-use controls and imaginative challenges, Medieval Games is a party game like no other.

Battle dragons! Storm castles! Swordfight!  Relive the days of olde in this fun collection of 30 medieval-inspired mini games and tournament championships set in a charming storybook world.  Featuring easy pick up and play action, light hearted humor and support for up to four players, Medieval Games is sure to bea family favorite.

Try your hand at jousting, potion making, and catapulting as you dive into the story of the kingdom of Veloria and the ruling monarch King Falderol. While you’re there you’ll discover the many mysteries and plights plaguing the land. Unlock the clues to the dangers facing the kingdom as you travel through the game boards.  Put an end to the pig-napping Troll, save the princess from the dreaded Dragon King, and battle the evil Black Knight on the journey to become a true hero!

Medieval Games was recently named an Honors winner in the prestigious 2009 National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) competition.  NAPPA’s panel of independent experts determined Medieval Games to be thematically innovative among Wii games, a great choice for tweens and teens, and an unquestionable favorite among NAPPA’s trained children testers.

Medieval Games has been rated E10+ by the ESRB.

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