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Presenting Oops!, an all new way to party on Wii™.

Featuring an incredibly fun and smart mix of 100 brain-teasing, puzzle-solving, reflex-testing games, Oops! is the perfect centerpiece to any party, or just as the game to play after homework.

Tease the competition with outlandish pranks, all in the name of good clean fun! Embarrassing outfits and side splitting family friendly pranks make up the light hearted taunts. Oops! will have players coming back for more off-the-wall 4 player action time and time again!

GAME FEATURES:

  • Tackle the Master mode with up to 3 players to best the Master computer opponent! Take your pick from 9 party game mixes and work together as a team to best the Master.
  • Board mode puts a spin on the gameplay by placing up to four players on your pick of 4 board types. Play an assortment of different games as you cross the board competing for who has the most Gold medals at the end!
  • Free Play mode gives the player free reign to construct their own party game playlist based on what games have been unlocked.
  • Trial Mode plays host to a straight forward competition between 4 of your friends or families to see who’s got the best skills in stages already played in the Master Mode!

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Review

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Posted by Bryan Griffin

Is the joke on us?

We should all cherish the moments we have with our families. Life is short, and it can get so hectic that we can neglect spending time with the ones we love in favour of work or sleep. Not to mention that some of the greatest Nintendo games are only...

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