When playing Carnival King – the new WiiWare™ big top shooter from Incredible Technologies – you'll believe you're feeling the rumble of the rides and the magic of the midway.
Carnival King is an all-ages target shooting game that combines exciting 3D graphics and an enticing carnival sound track to create a fast-paced and challenging gaming experience.
Players choose from three theme parks each with four distinct locales. Bonus rounds reward those who excel at speed, timing, strategy and accuracy. Competitors will be able to gauge their play against others through local leaderboards available on their Wii™ and through the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection™ that displays the top scores shot in North America. One or two players can compete to dethrone the Carnival King.
"We're giving the player a lot of bang for their buck," said Andy Kniaz VP of business development at IT. "When you add it all up there are 12 different shooting stages and 3 bonus rounds all with a unique game play mechanic. Each stage will test the player in a different way across a different theme."
The game play experience adapts to the skill level of the player. The smarter, faster and more accurate the player is, the further they will progress. As the targets and speed ramp up, the game becomes more compelling and competitive for everyone.
There are individual leaderboards for each park and each locale within a park allowing players to see how they rank against friends and family as well as others across the continent. The game appeals to both the casual player and the hardcore player. It's a deceptively captivating and entertaining game.
A practice mode allows players to get up to speed quickly before tackling the real deal and Carnival King features three difficulty levels designed so everyone in the family can have fun.
Just as they did for Target Toss Pro: Bags, their first WiiWare title, IT partnered with n-Space, the savvy software developer behind GameCube's Geist and Nintendo DS' Call of Duty 4.
Carnival King is available now through the WiiWare Channel for the reasonable price of 700 Wii™ points.
"For much less than the cost of a retail store game, friends and families can have hours and hours of fun and excitement. Carnival King has it all: great graphics with a unique style, sound and announcing that go hand in hand with the carnival theme, and most importantly challenging game play that can scale from casual to competitive. It's a great entertainment value," Kniaz said.
Carnival King is rated E for Everyone.
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