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Family Party: 30 Great Games

Platform(s): Wii
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: D3Publisher
Developer: Tamsoft

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'Family Party: 30 Great Games' (Wii) Announced

by Rainier on Oct. 8, 2008 @ 5:15 a.m. PDT

Fun for kids of all ages, Family Party: 30 Great Games offers a wide variety of fun and addictive party games for up to 4 players featuring everything from track n’ field, to playground games, to brain games and more.

Fun for kids of all ages, Family Party: 30 Great Games offers a wide variety of fun and addictive party games for up to 4 players featuring everything from track n’ field, to playground games, to brain games and more.

“Customized for the Wii Remote, Family Party: 30 Great Games showcases the variety of gameplay and madcap action possible on Wii,” said Alison Quirion, vice president of marketing, North America, D3P. “With 30 great games to choose from, Family Party: 30 Great Games will appeal to a wide variety of gamers and offer hours of entertainment for the entire family.”

Optimized for the Wii Remote, Family Party: 30 Great Games will have more than 30 fun games to play as players tackle obstacle courses, plate spin, fire laser guns, test their wits at memory games and more. The game will offer a dozen fun, cute, and happy characters for players to choose from as they party with up to 4 friends in Challenge Mode or against computer-controlled opponents in Battle Mode to unlock more levels and characters to achieve high scores and win medals.

Family Party: 30 Great Games, developed by Tamsoft, is rated “E10+” (Mild Cartoon Violence) and ships to retail stores in North America on December 2, 2008.


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