Just Dance 2017 (WiiU)
Party 25 October 2016
The next installment in the popular series of dancing games developed by Ubisoft. The series allows the player to feel like the professional pop dancers who accompany the greatest stars on the top scenes of the world. In Just Dance 2017 the basic gameplay mechanics remained unchanged in comparison to the previous entries in the franchise. During the game the player must repeat the movements of the dancers displayed on the screen and the system (which, depending on the gaming platform employs different controls) will grade performance and technique. The game, as usually, is filled with licensed hits of such performers as Queen, Shakira, will.i.am, David Guetta, Sia, Justin Bieber and PSY. It is worth mentioning that Just Dance 2017 is the first installment of the series that was released also on personal computers.
Just Dance 2018 (WiiU)
Party October 2017
One of the many installments in the series of dance/party games released annually by Ubisoft. Similarly to what players know from previous editions, your task is to follow the choreographies performed by colorful characters dancing on-screen. The more accurately you repeat their moves, the higher score you get. Just Dance 2018 offers several dozen pop songs, both classic hits and new releases. That latter category includes: Clean Bandit ft.Sean Paul & Anne-Marie – Rockabye, Bruno Mars – 24K Magic, Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj – Side to Side, Bebe Rexha ft. Lil Wayne – The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody), Jamiroquai – Automaton, Shakira ft. Maluma – Chantaje, Hyuna – Bubble Pop, Hatsune Miku – Love Ward, Groove Century – Daddy Cool, Big Freedia – Make it Jingle. Just Dance 2018 uses dedicated motion controllers and cameras or a special mobile app for monitoring players’ moves.
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (WiiU)
Party 13 November 2015
Spin-off to the popular Animal Crossing series, designed as an electronic board game, set in the universe of the series that has been developed since 2001 by Nintendo. During the game, we use amiibo figurines and cards, transferred into the game world via special NFC reader. As we play, we throw virtual dices and move over a special board, full of various mini-games, prizes, and sometimes traps, which will cause us to lose, for example, virtual money. The goal of the game is extremely simple: to make our character the happiest resident of the village. The title, like most digital board games, is designed primarily to be played in multiplayer mode. Notable features of Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival include extremely colorful, 3D graphic designs and interactive board game that changes with each successive seasons, as was the case in previous full-fledged installments of the series.
Family Party: 30 Great Games Obstacle Arcade (WiiU)
Party 30 November 2012