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Game Party 2 Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:The good times keep rolling along with this second collection of good-time party games for Nintendo Wii. Game Party 2 returns six games from the original Game Party and adds five more, giving you a total of 11 to choose from. New additions include Lawn Darts, Beanbags, Horseshoes, Puck Bowling, and more. Returning games include Darts, Skill Ball, and Hoop Shoot. Each selection offers customizable characters, tournament play, new four-player mode, and plenty of fun for players of all ages.
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  • Games Party 2 - Trailer

    Posted: July 9, 2008 | 1,746 Views | 00:41

    Midway brings even more to the Nintendo Wii Party game scene with Games Party 2. From horseshoes to football I think they might have your sunday BBQ activities covered.


 


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