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Job Island: Hard Working People Wii

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Job Island is a production of Hudson Soft, similar conceptually to its other work, Sports Island. The player's task is to raise funds for the purchase of equipment to be used to destroy the Earth's threatening meteors.

Simulation | Nintendo exclusive titles

Nintendo Wii
Job Island: Hard Working People cover

developer: Hudson Soft

publisher: Konami

Game mode: single / multiplayer

English language game language: English

game release date for Wii:

13March2009

Job Island is another work of Hudson Soft, responsible for the creation of Sports Island, among others. It was the warm reception of this thematically similar production that made the developers decided to change the title of the game, which originally sounded Hard Working People.

Those who are familiar with Sports Island should have no trouble finding their way into the reality of Job Island - the very concept of gameplay, i.e. giving us a series of funny mini games, has remained unchanged. This does not mean, however, that other players have nothing to look for here - the game is not too complicated, and its main task is to provide the recipient with relaxing entertainment.

Job Island offers a residual storyline layer - a swarm of huge meteors heading towards Earth, and the only hope to save the blue planet is of course you, the player. You and 50 different classes on the work island. These classes allow you to earn money, while these can be used to purchase equipment that will destroy meteors.

You can find the right classes by browsing the job offers that appear in the game - they include a very wide range of professions through a bodybuilder, cook, camera operator, diver, stuntman, and even make-up artist. Each of the selected professions has 3 difficulty levels and offers a related mini game, which we can play on our own or with invited friends. Of course, for the work we get money, for which you can buy items useful in subsequent classes (e.g. clothes) or the already mentioned anti-meteorological devices.

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