Ennichi no Tatsujin

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Ennichi no Tatsujin
Master of Festivals.jpg
Official box art
Developer(s) Namco Bandai
Publisher(s) Namco
Series Taiko no Tatsujin
Platform(s) Wii
Release date(s)
  • JP December 2, 2006
Genre(s) Mini-games
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer
Distribution Wii Optical Disc

Ennichi no Tatsujin (縁日の達人, lit. "Festival Master") is a video game for Nintendo's Wii console. It was a launch title in Japan.[1] The game is composed of several minigames, all of which revolve around Japanese festivals. This is Namco's first Wii game. It is a spin-off the Taiko no Tatsujin series.

Modes[edit]

The game is composed of nine games in one single game. The Wii Remote is used by itself for majority of the games. The games are listed below:

  • Kingyo Sukui: A game which uses virtual net to grab goldfish from a tank.
  • Shateki: a game to fire as much possible bottles with a gun.
  • Takoyaki: a game to flip as much possible Takoyaki balls over.
  • Darts: Throw darts, striking targets in the specified order.
  • Balloon Art: Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to twist a balloon into shapes. Movements must be timed to coincide with the background music.
  • Yo-yo Tsuri: The Wii Remote is used to aim a paper string and hook onto balls in a bucket of water. The trick is to keep the string from tearing apart.
  • Wanage: A game of ring toss to grab prizes.
  • Uranai no Yakata: This is a fortune tellers house. The Wii Remote and Nunchuk are used to make a pair of virtual hands grasp a crystal fortune ball and hear a fortune for the day.
  • Crepe: A game where players are required to meet a target number of crepes, using the exact toppings only requested by the customers.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ennichi no Tatsujin Update". IGN. October 20, 2006. Retrieved 2006-10-20.