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Word Jong Party - Nintendo Wii

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WordJong Party Game Review - Common Sense Media

Word Jong Party is a lot of fun. What a great way to get young minds in creating words (kinda like boggle). I have spent hours playing Word Jong after my son goes to bed. Keeps my mind act ive.

The smash online and Nintendo DS puzzler WordJong is coming to Wii with all-new multiplayer modes, gorgeous new visuals and more in WordJong Party! Use a set of lettered tiles to create words and clear the board in both single-player and intense four-player modes. WordJong Party boasts several new features exclusive to the Wii system

WordJong Party Nintendo WII Game - Lukie Games Inc

ID RWJENR
region NTSC-U
type Wii
languages EN
title (EN)WordJong Party
synopsis (EN)A Whole New Way to Spell Party!

The smash online and DS puzzler WordJong is coming to Wii with all-new multiplayer modes, gorgeous new visuals and more! Use a set of lettered tiles to create words and clear the board in both single-player & intense 4-player modes. WordJong Party boasts several new features exclusive to the Wii including four-player Party Mode, new power-ups, an enhanced Solo Mode, and more!
title (ES)WordJong Party
synopsis (ES)¡El éxito de Nintendo DS ahora en la pantalla de tu televisor! Utiliza las piezas con letras para formar palabras y liberar el tablero. Prueba tus habilidades en el modo individual o invita a tres amigos más y adéntrate en el intenso modo multijugador, ¡repleto de nuevos tableros y mejoras!
title (ZHTW)單詞瓊聚會(美)
title (ZHCN)单词琼聚会(美)
developer Magellan Interactive
publisher Destineer Studios
release date 2008-12-9
genre party, puzzle
rating E

players 4
req. accessories wiimote
accessories
online players 0
case

WordJong Party for Wii - GameFAQs

Based on the popular PC game , WORDJONG PARTY is essentially a mishmash of MahJong and Boggle. Players are provided an elaborate stack (or stacks) of letter tiles from which they select to form words, the longer the better. The catch is that they can only use letters from the top of the stack. The stacks are arranged such that the removal of a particular tile could reveal between zero and four new letters, with the upshot being that there are times when a player has a dozen or more letters from which to choose to form a word and others when they have as few as just one or two (at which point the player must shake the remote to make new letters to fall onto the stack). Play is scattered across several modes, ranging from a puzzle-of-the-day challenge to a single player campaign played against computer opponents to the titular party games that allow up to four players to compete head-to-head.

To you, what's the distinction? Is it in design, in that because you use more buttons in Halo, it's somehow less casual or more hardcore than Word Jong Party. Is it budget, or something else?