D3 is about to release a brand new game, the newest installment of Family Party, 30 Great Games Winter Fun. It is exclusive to the Wii. I’ve played the Family Party: 30 Games Outdoor Fun game and it’s a great way to play a set of games as a family. I have never played this one but it looks great.
Avoid the cold and ski lift lines with Family Party: 30 Great Games Winter Fun from D3Publisher coming exclusively to Wii™ this February. Players do not have to be professional athletes to be the best in this game as Winter Fun offers a wide blend of winter themed activities featuring winter sports competitions, playground snow activities, and new brain freezing challenges. Family Party: 30 Great Games Winter Fun is under development by Tamsoft Corporation and is rated “E” for everyone by the ESRB.
About Family Party: 30 Great Games Winter Fun
Winter Fun will have your family playing together for hours on the Wii. Players can choose from over a dozen cute characters that are dressed in customizable winter attire. What’s great is that all four family members can play at one time. My husband wanted to stop at two kids because that makes a a family of four and there are only four controllers to each console, so now you know my family secret. 😉 Available for play is multiplayer co-op, for the first time ever in this franchise. Players will be inspired by the winter games, and all your favorites should be included. You can unlock even more games and challenges to continue achieving high scores and winning medals.
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