Enjoy the relaxing fun of a vacation at sea without ever leaving home. In Cruise Ship Vacation Games, you'll board a virtual cruise ship where you'll have the chance to play a variety of exciting interactive mini games. Gather your friends and climb aboard for high-seas fun as you put your skills to the test in the ship's arcade, casino and beyond. Will you rule the seas, or will you prove to be all wet?
Cruise Ship Vacation Games lets you face off with friends and family in 10 exhilarating mini games, including Shuffleboard, Trap Shoot and Mini Golf, as well as casino games like Blackjack and Roulette. Hone your skills in single-player action, or compete against up to three additional players in multiplayer fun. Upgrade your cruise ship experience by setting game records that will earn you new outfits and equipment, and advance from ship to ship to test your mettle in games of varying difficulty levels.
Test your abilities in 10 fun games, including Trap Shoot, Mini Golf, Ping Pong, Skill Ball, Driving Range, Shuffleboard, Rock Climbing, Roulette, Craps and Blackjack
Select any of a variety of game modes, including Wii MotionPlus, Party Games and Casino Games
Show off your skills in games of varying difficulty levels as you move to different ships
Track your high scores, and break records to earn new outfits and equipment
All games are compatible with the Wii MotionPlus accessory (not included); Trap Shoot game is compatible with the Wii Zapper accessory (not included)
For 1 to 4 players
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