Table Football uses the motion-sensing abilities of the Wii Remote to make it feel just like you're playing a fast-paced game of fussball in the comfort of your living room.
By twisting and pushing the remotes, up to four players can take control before trying to score the perfect goal.
What's more, this is the first ever videogame to have the support of the International Table Soccer Federation (ITSF), which means you can play the game using official table football rules or create your own custom matches. Plus, there are even official fussball tables to play on.
Table Football is available to buy today on Nintendo Wii.
Table Football has no review on Wii's World.
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