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Furu Furu Park

Platform(s): Wii
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Majesco

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'Furu Furu Park' (Wii) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on July 2, 2007 @ 10:35 a.m. PDT

Furu Furu Park is a unique arcade experience that features 30 different mini games that all take advantage of the range of motion possible via Wii Remote play. You can also impress the girls in the Love Challenge or take on a friend in three multiplayer modes!

"Furu Furu Park's inventive use of the Wii Remote will have you spinning, shaking and rotating as you try to master classic arcade titles and unique new gameplay scenarios only possible on Nintendo's Wii system," said Ken Gold, vice president of Marketing, Majesco. "Whether you're delivering sushi orders, punching asteroids or cracking a safe, all of the Park games are easy to pick up and play, and above all else, great casual fun."

Included among Furu Furu Park's 30 different mini-games are:

  • Arkanoid: an arcade classic pitting paddle and ball against a wall of blocks;
  • Pinch Hitter: step up to the plate and take a few swings with the Wii Remote;
  • Bubble Bobble: hold the Wii Remote like an NES controller to burst all of the bubbles in this retro arcade puzzler;
  • Safe Cracker: Memorize the combination then enter the code by tilting your Wii Remote left and right to crack the safe;
  • Sonic Blastman 20XX: Clutch your Wii Remote and punch at the screen to destroy asteroids heading for earth;
  • Super Karate: Execute offensive and defensive maneuvers with your Wii Remote to defeat your opponent.

Players can also face off against a friend in three multiplayer modes: Free Battle, Panel Attack and Love Challenge where players will have to compete to win female affection.

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