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Wheel of Fortune - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
272 customer reviews

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  • Enjoy fun "commercial break" mini-games and show related trivia
  • Test your skills through 8,000+ puzzles
  • Play against virtual opponents or bring the whole family together in 3-person multiplayer
  • Use Wii Remote to spin the wheel and call out letters
  • Optional Wii Speak microphone functionality to call out letters verbally and solve the puzzles just like on the show
  • Enjoy fun "commercial break" mini-games and show related trivia
  • Test your skills through 8,000+ puzzles
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Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Product Description

Wheel of Fortune is a game show style word puzzle game for play on the Wii video game platform. An accurate representation of the iconic TV show of the same name, Wheel of Fortune features over 8,000 Hangman style puzzles solved in a turn-based gameplay format, 1-3 player support and Wii representations of real-life hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White. In addition to familiar word phrase puzzles the game contains "commercial break" mini-games and trivia. Additional functionality includes the ability to use the Wii Remote for spinning the wheel and Wii Speak microphone accessory support for calling out letters and solving puzzles.

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Wheel of Fortune is a game show style word puzzle game for play on the Wii video game platform. An accurate representation of the iconic TV show of the same name, Wheel of Fortune features over 8,000 Hangman style puzzles solved in a turn-based gameplay format, 1-3 player support and Wii representations of real-life hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White. In addition to familiar word phrase puzzles the game contains "commercial break" mini-games and trivia. Additional functionality includes the ability to use the Wii Remote for spinning the wheel and Wii Speak microphone accessory support for calling out letters and solving puzzles.

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Spin, Solve and Win on Your Wii

Now you and your whole family can spin the iconic wheel as contestants on America's favorite game show from the comfort of your own home as Wheel of Fortune finally comes to Wii. In this amazing re-creation, players take on the role of contestants battling for prizes and cash as they uncover letters in the show's familiar turn based Hangman style phrase puzzle format. Mirroring the TV show, the game features 1-3 player support, allowing the whole family to play, or for two players or even a single player to face AI opponents as they solve over 8,000 puzzles built into the game. Along with the standard puzzle format, the game features "commercial break" mini-games and show related trivia that add to the fun and diversify the gameplay action. New and established fans of the show will also be delighted to see that the game contains Wii style representations of host Pat Sajak and the world's most famous letter turner, Vanna White, both in standard studio attire, as well as themed outfits available when the game moves to in-game alternative locations, such as Hawaii. Combine all this with Wii Remote motion control functionality that lets players spin the wheel with a flick of the wrist and Wii Speak microphone capabilities (sold separately) that allow you to call out letters and solve the puzzles verbally, and you have an addictive video game Wheel of Fortune experience that truly does justice to the original TV game show.

Key Game Features

  • Test your skills through 8,000+ puzzles
  • Play against virtual opponents or bring the whole family together in 3-person multiplayer
  • Use Wii Remote to spin the wheel and call out letters
  • Optional Wii Speak microphone functionality to call out letters verbally and solve the puzzles just like on the show
  • Enjoy fun "commercial break" mini-games and show related trivia

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Puzzle gameplay screen from Wheel of Fortune for Wii
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Host Pat Sajak from Wheel of Fortune for Wii
Hosts Pat Sajak & Vanna White.
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Using the Wii Remote to spin the wheel in Wheel of Fortune for Wii
Wii specific functionality.
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Vanna White and Pat Sajak in Hawaiian themed outfits in Wheel of Fortune for Wii
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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii
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  • ASIN: B003S2JI6O
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (272 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,070 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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131 of 140 people found the following review helpful By CEagle2003 on November 2, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
WHEEL OF FORTUNE!!! Now it is on the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS. Also, for the first time ever, you can play along with host Pat Sajak. Never before has Pat Sajak been on a Wheel of Fortune video game. Also, his voice is there along with Vanna White and the announcer Charlie O'Donnell. Also, do not worry about getting confused. Charlie O'Donnell, Pat Sajak, and Vanna White all tell you step-by-step how to play the game, whether you are using Wii Speak or not. Please make note of that, you do NOT need Wii Speak to play this exicting game. All Wii Speak enables you to do is play the game by calling out the letters and solving the puzzles using your voice, just as if you were in Culver City, California in Sony Pictures Studios on the actual show.

Now, I have been to a WheelMobile event. I have multiple Wheel of Fortune games. I have played the Wheel of Fortune games for the following systems:

-Super Nintendo Entertainment System
-Various CD-ROM games (there have been more than one Wheel of Fortune game made for the PC or MAC).
-Wheel of Fortune Plug-n-Play
-Handheld Wheel of Fortune game
-Wheel of Fortune board game

Out of that list, the one that comes closest to giving you as much fun as Wheel of Fortune for the Nintendo Wii is the Wheel of Fortune Plug-n-Play because you can literally spin the wheel. However, there are no people on the game whatsoever (nobody at all, not even Vanna White).

Now, here is what I really love about this game. It is literally to the show. After Pat and Vanna come out, you start with a toss-up puzzle worth $1,000. Don't worry, they explain during the game how to play the toss-up puzzle, so you don't even need the instruction manual.
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57 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Chris L. Kidd on November 24, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I don't regret buying the game from Amazon for $27.99, but wouldn't have been happy to have paid fify as was the selling price at several online sites I checked out before here. The one good thing is that it is suppose to have over 8,000 puzzles and I imagine that it uses the memory on the Wii to keep track of what you've seen and not seen.

It does give WAYYYY too much time to solve puzzles and any player can sit and wait forever while making up his mind whether to spin, solve or buy a vowel. It does need improvement, but it is worth thirty bucks and you will have some fun. Me and my family set a rule that you have to have integrity and honesty on the pop-up puzzles, because once you ring in that you know a toss up puzzle, you then have fifty seconds to solve it and if you have three people, that's a lot of waiting if someone doesn't know it and wants to cheat. We also set a time limit of like five seconds in between deciding whether to spin, solve or what have you.

So to sum it up, you'll enjoy it but I hope the maker of the game makes some adjustments.

Just a tip for anyone who may read this: If you go to Wheel of Fortune's official website, you can download a trial game from "GameHouse" with sixty minutes of play time and the game cost ten bucks to buy after that. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THE OFFICIAL GAME FROM THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE WEBSITE. That game is only one player and the second day of playing, several puzzles began repeating. It is also a hangman style game in that if you miss five times, game over. I would expect much more from the WOF website.
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Lor on November 7, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I was so excited to hear that Wii was coming out with this game. I waited to read a few reviews before buying it and the reviews were all positive so I bought it and couldnt be happier!

This game is exactly like the the game show. It's a lot of fun to play- even alone.

I'd 100% reccommend this game.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Aurora Dawn on December 13, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
I purchased this game after buying and liking the Jeopardy WII game put out by the same publisher. This game is very true to the actual game show and has all of the current Wheel of Fortune rules, which depending on perspective is either good or bad.

You begin the game with 2 toss-up puzzles. The first is worth $1000, the second is worth $2000 and control of the wheel for the first puzzle. You then have three puzzles to complete, one of which will be the prize puzzle.

In between the puzzles are mini games which you play to win extra outfits, prizes, and opportunities for new set designs. There are 3 different mini games. One gives you the letters RSTLNE and then 4 other letters guessed by an actual contestant from the past, and either player can ring in to guess the puzzoe. Another mini game is high low. Each player spins the wheel and Vanna calls out either high or low. The player whose spin is either the highest or lowest gets the first chance to solve the mini game puzzle. The last mini game allows each player to alternate choosing 3 consonants and 1 vowel. Whoever gets the most letters turned over on the board gets the first chance to guess the puzzle.

After those 3 puzzles and mini games, there is another toss up puzzle and whoever wins gets to begin the final round. There is always a total of 3 plays allowed in the final round before the bell rings and Pat tells you time is up and he gets to give the wheel a final spin. Then whoever wins gets to participate in the bonus round.

This game stays very true to the game...there is the Jackpot space on the board, the million dollar space, and the 1000 question mark where you can flip it over for a chance at 10,000 or a bankrupt.
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