Family Fun Football For Wii – Fall 2009

May 22, 2009

Tecmo Announces Family Fun
Football For Wii

Party in the End Zone with
Friends and Family This Fall

Video game developer and publisher
Tecmo® today announced Family Fun Football™ for Wii™. In this fun, arcade-style
casual sports game for everyone to enjoy, play against friends and family in
vibrant themed football stadiums, or perhaps even in space! Choose to be one of
the game’s quirky characters, featuring animals, aliens and robots, or unlock
the mode to play as your own Mii. The ability to coach teams with a simple
offensive and defensive playbook coupled with intuitive Wii Remote™ controls
makes the game appealing to all ages for a fun pick-up and play party

  • Simple Playbook: Catering to the
    casual gamers, Family Fun Football offers a coaching playbook that makes it
    easy for everyone to learn and understand the game of football.

  • Colorful Stadiums: There will be a
    total of five stadiums that include a fun mix of realistic and fantasy worlds
    such as a space themed stadium.

  • Power-ups: During gameplay, each
    player can be rewarded with a power-up from a slot-style system that can
    enhance certain attributes including speed, strength, passing, and
    interception for a limited amount of time.

  • Mini-Games: Ten fun and simple
    mini-games can be played with up to four players.

  • Teams: Ten unique teams with their
    own attributes that players can choose to play competitively with.

  • Mascot Mode: Players can play as
    their default character or their team’s mascot in Mascot Mode! Mascots include
    animals, aliens and robots and additional, unlockable mascot heads.

  • Mii™ Compatibility: Unlock the
    ability to play as your Mii and load in your own caricatures and play against
    your friends’ and family’s Miis for a more personal experience.

Click here to download the
Family Fun Football

Developed by Seamless Entertainment,
the Wii exclusive Family Fun Football is scheduled for a fall 2009 release. The
game has not yet been rated by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB).