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This wacky racing game set in a theme park-like universe offers a gameplay that is unlike anything seen on WiiWare to date. Indeed, in addition to the regular driving experience comes the shooting! Each character has a specific weapon (a cheese catapult, a penguin throwing snowballs, green jelly...) and can use it at any time during the race. A real learning curve awaits you in order to drive and shoot simultaneously throughout the 20 tracks of the game!

Up to 8 players!

Your adversaries slow down when you hit them (and can stop altogether if you hit them several times) so you can pass them in the race with the greatest satisfaction. This gameplay is particularly effective in multiplayer. 4 players can compete in split-screen mode and it's possible to have up to 8 players by sharing the controls (the driving being done with the NunchukTM and the shooting with the Wii RemoteTM).

Start your engine!

Racers' Islands ­ Crazy Racersis the first racing game on WiiWare using the NVIDIA® PhysX® engine. You will therefore feel the collisions with your adversaries and will be able to use objects that are on the road to slow them down.

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