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Barcelona (Spain) -Mar. 2, 2009 - Gammick Entertainment is pleased to announce the release of its first videogame for WiiWare™: Family & Friends Party! Up to 8 players, appropriate for all ages, will enjoy so much trying to succeed in every single test they have in this interactive board game.
Answering questions, guessing the mysterious word, drawing, acting, being a good duck-shooter… You need to get ready for all these things if you want to become the champion of Family & Friends Party!

How to play Family & Friends Party? Teams take turns to play. The team selected in each turn must complete a specific challenge. The challenge will be played by 1 or 2 players in the team depending on the type of challenge you have been given. Nevertheless, the other the players in the team can help and support you. You can never get enough help!

The object of the game is to complete all the challenges set by Family & Friends Party. There are 6 different “Single” challenges. These challenges must be played cooperatively by members of the same team. Sometimes, Family & Friends Party will also suggest playing “Versus” challenges, which must be played competitively by all the teams at the same time.

For more information on this title, please visit Gammick Entertainment at www.gammickentertainment.com
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