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In Minute to Win It, players compete in a series of simple, yet nerve-wracking 60-second challenges with household objects for a shot to win each round. As the money increases, so does the level of difficulty, and the adrenaline! To add even more intensity to the fast and furious competition, the Wii version of Minute to Win It is compatible with the Wii Balance Board. Featuring both Solo and Multiplayer modes, full character customization is also included to immerse players in the gameplay experience. With 36 fun and exciting challenges randomly selected to create each 10-round battle, there is never a dull moment, making Minute to Win It the ultimate party game for all ages.
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