Overview

Also Known As
Help Wanted: 50 Wacky Jobs!
Number of Players
4
Genre
Action, Arcade
Release Date

Wii

  • 12th May 2009 (USA)
  • 13th Mar 2009 (UK/EU)
Tags
Mini Games, Life, Jobs
Official Site
hudson.co.jp

Screenshots (20)

Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot
Job Island: Hard Working People Screenshot

Reviews

  • 17

    Wii

    Review Job Island: Hard Working People

    In the words of Sir Alan, You're hired!

    After Hudson’s relative success with Sports Island, last June, comes the first of two new titles; Job Island: Hard Working People and Sports Island 2. Job Island (aka Help Wanted) has to be one of the most bizarre ideas for a mini-games title yet, working! Job Island has 3 main game modes: Employment office,...

About The Game

Job Island: Hard Working People allows players to choose from completing over fifty odd jobs. The jobs included in this new batch of screens include Security Guard, Sushi Chef, Plane Cleaner, Haunted House Monster, Bodybuilder, and Sumo Referee, to name just a few. The game includes multiple difficulty levels that change up the gameplay elements and a multiplayer feature that allows for head-to-head play on up to fifteen different jobs.

After completing each job, players can then shop for fun and unique items using the money they've earned from their daily grind. In addition, gamers can also buy special defensive goods that will help to save the planet or delay it's extinction from a meteor. After making purchases, players can also add keepsakes to their displayable collections in the collector's room.