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Nintendo Wii Carnival

Jennifer Bryan
 


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If you have young children and have been looking for quality video games that they can play, consider the Nintendo Wii Carnival.

It's a simple game they can actually play.

All the fun and excitement of your favorite Carnival Games.

It's the perfect multi-player game for moms, dads, kids, friends, and family of all ages.

There is the classic Alley Ball, Test of Strength, the famed Milk Bottle Throw, or get wet in the Dunk Tank. The Wii remote transforms from a sledgehammer to a frog flinger. Master all the classic carnival games and the ultimate prize could be yours - the virtual goldfish in a bag!

Over 20 family-friendly games including: Frog Leap, Clown Splash, Ring Toss, Dunk Tank, Day at the Races, Lucky Cups, Hoops, Shooting Gallery, Hole-in-One, Nerves of Steel and even The Great Swami, the mysterious fortune teller Advanced game physics combined with innovative Wii controller actions.

Win over 250 virtual carnival prizes like goldfish, pirate swords and giant stuffed animals! Have fun personalizing your in-game characters with wearable rewards like the famous Viking horns and “Bling" necklace Gameplay Images. Prizes are won only on single player mode.

Even if you cannot master the game and get the large prize that is okay. Earn three small prizes and any additional ones won can be converted to a medium prize. The same is true for the additional medium prizes won-converts to a large prize.

Get all the prizes and a more difficult version of the game appears, that is optional to play.

Earn tickets (on single player mode) to get your fortune told by the Great Swami or few other games.

I bought this game for myself and my children in January 2008. I ended up sharing it with some friends and their son who also enjoyed playing it. This is a great game for the younger children to play since the games are simple. My son who will be six years old soon, enjoys playing Carnival.

I was really pleased to see that the Parents magazine issue just in time for Christmas 2007. This is a fun game that will leave lasting memories for your family.

Jennifer Bryan

http://www.empowering-solutions.net - http://www.jenniferbryan.com

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