.Daddy, Mommy, Sarah, and Billy are back for some more family fun, and this time it's glide hockey!
This time you can hone and master your air hockey skills in a gymnasium, a forest park, a beach, an amusement park, and even in the freezing arctic!
Family Glide Hockey sports appealing cel-shaded graphics and endearing music, on top of the friendly competitive match-ups. Choose between single player mode, versus mode (up to 4 players can play), or challenge your skill in engaging mini-games, such as "Glide Hockey Brawl!", "Glide Hockey Drill!", or "Glide Hockey Tracer!".
Family Glide Hockey has no review on Wii's World.
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