Five lively games designed for the multiplayer experience!
The game offers an atypical gameplay which is not just about driving a vehicle. You need to know how to aim and shoot with each character's special weapon to adapt your strategy for each challenge. Drive with your Nunchuk, aim and shoot with your Wii Remote!
But the best way to play in Crazy Arenas is the multiplayer mode: all the arenas have been designed specifically to have fun with friends. You are therefore able to play with up to 4-player in split screen. You may even want to share the controllers for each driver to go up to 8 people simultaneously. The one drives while the other shoots: here's something to get you stuck to your screen for many hours!
Look for a golden Totem in a lost temple, capture it and bring it back to your base! Don't lose your way!
Can you take on this extreme survival mode? Dash in a wild ascent to an infernal mountain peak before the rising water catches up with
Free-for-all frenzy! Be the first to score 10 points in this Japanese paintball contest powered by engines.
The concept speaks for itself! Toss a time bomb to your opponents as quickly as possible, before the countdown reaches 0.
Compete with your racing car in a wacky ice hockey tournament with penguin goalkeepers!
Racers' Islands: Crazy Arenas has no review on Wii's World.
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