Ennichi no Tatsujin (Wii)

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Ennichi no Tatsujin (Master of Festivals) is one of the Japanese launch games for the Wii. It is a collection of minigames which revolve around Japanese festivals where the player both plays games and works at the different stands. It is mainly used as a demonstration for different types of gameplay using the wiimote and nunchuck.

The games included are:
  • Balloon Art: create figures by twisting the balloon on the rhythm of the background music, using the wiimote and the nunchuck.

  • Crepe: prepare a number crepes with toppings as requested by the customers.

  • Darts: hit a number of targets with darts.

  • Inoi no Kan: this is not a game, but a fortune teller's house. Clasp a crystal ball with the wiimote and nunchuck and have a fortune revealed.

  • Kingyo Sukui: use the remote to grab a goldfish from a tank with a net.

  • Shateki: fire at bottles with a gun.

  • Takoyaki: flip little Takoyaki balls (fried octopus) with the wiimote.

  • Wanage: shake the wiimote to toss rings and win prizes.

  • Yo Yo Tsuri: use the remote to guide a paper string in a bucket of water and hook it onto balls without breaking it.
When sufficient points have been scored in all games, a ghost house is opened up.


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Sciere (528327) added Ennichi no Tatsujin (Wii) on Feb 19, 2007