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Nintendo released another trailer for Wii Party U that highlights several of the quirky minigames that players can choose from.

The video (embedded below) contains a compilation of footage from eleven of Wii Party U‘s 80-plus minigames, including helicopter rides, gourmet cooking, adventures in space, safari jockeys, foosball, swimming, finger flexing, jumping on alligators, karate, and customizing Miis with hats and costumes.

Wii Party U was first announced during a January 2013 Nintendo Direct, then further detailed during E3 2013. Like its predecessor, Wii Party, Wii Party U fuses elements of Mario Party and board games with player-representing Miis.

Wii Party U launches on October 25 in North America and Europe. The retail release comes with a Wii Remote Plus.

Wii Party U Trailer Shows Off Alligator Jumping, Space Adventure Minigames

By | 10/11/2013 03:17 PM PT

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Nintendo released another trailer for Wii Party U that highlights several of the quirky minigames that players can choose from.

The video (embedded below) contains a compilation of footage from eleven of Wii Party U‘s 80-plus minigames, including helicopter rides, gourmet cooking, adventures in space, safari jockeys, foosball, swimming, finger flexing, jumping on alligators, karate, and customizing Miis with hats and costumes.

Wii Party U was first announced during a January 2013 Nintendo Direct, then further detailed during E3 2013. Like its predecessor, Wii Party, Wii Party U fuses elements of Mario Party and board games with player-representing Miis.

Wii Party U launches on October 25 in North America and Europe. The retail release comes with a Wii Remote Plus.

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