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Game Box for Happy Feet Two: The Videogame (3DS)

Happy Feet Two: The Videogame

The second part of the family arcade game, prepared by KMM Games and WayForward Technologies on the occasion of the premiere of the continuation of an Oscar-winning animated film with nice penguins in the lead role.

Party | music

Happy Feet Two: The Videogame cover

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: split screen, players: 1-2

game release date:

08Nov2011

X360 PS3 Wii NDS 3DS

“In Happy Feet Two – The Videogame, kids will not only love playing on their own, they will have even more fun playing side-by-side cooperatively with friends and family members, or compete in penguin dance showdowns and belly sliding races,” said Samantha Ryan, Senior Vice President, Production and Development, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. “The game’s all new, controller-based dance system uses the player’s rhythm to enhance the dancing competitions, and the gameplay lets kids interact with their favourite characters from the film.”

In the game, new dangers are threatening the penguin nation, and it’s going to take everyone working - and dancing - together to save them from extinction. Players use dance moves to recruit penguins with unique abilities that help advance the adventure, stun opponents and enemies, as well as manipulate the environment around them to solve co-operative puzzles.

For the ultimate experience, players can dance their Antarctic adventure in 3D. The game will be available in full 3D for the Nintendo 3DS. In the Xbox 360 and PlayStation versions, the game is made specifically for stereoscopic 3D TV sets with the ability to disable 3D functionality at any time. The Wii and Nintendo DS versions feature traditional 2D.

All of the music in the game is composed and performed by Ozomatli, the popular, Los Angeles-based band whose music is a combination of hip-hop, salsa, dancehall, cumbia, samba, funk, merengue, Jamaican ragga, and Indian raga influences. They were joined by Robert Carranza, a Grammy nominated mixer/engineer. The upbeat score, including a song with Lil’ P-Nut, an eight year-old rapper also featured in the movie, will appeal to kids and parents alike.

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