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Posted on Monday, December 3 @ 16:20:27 PST by Jonathan_Leack
Nintendo Land might be known for its enjoyable local multiplayer, but half of its attractions are singleplayer only. Well, that's what we all thought, anyway. The truth is that you can play all twelve with one or more friends.

If your friend wants to join you while you're playing Yoshi's Fruit Cart or any of the other six singleplayer attractions, all they need to do is turn on a Wiimote and press the A button. From there they can blast obstacles out of your way in Captain Falcon's Twister Race, or interact with the environment of Octopus Dance.

If you want to know more, GameXplain has posted a YouTube video demonstrating how it works for each attraction. See below:


Now your decision for which attraction to play when friends are over is going to be even more difficult. You're welcome.
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