Happy Feet Two: The Videogame :: Wii Game Review
Tap your feet, wiggle your tail and help the penguins save Antarctica in Happy Feet Two: The Videogame for Wii. Read Kidzworld’s review for all the details.
Mumble, Ramon and their penguin friends and family are in trouble. In order to restore peace to their home in Antarctica and save themselves from extinction they must dance their hearts out. Players need to work through a series of levels, collecting penguins along the way.
The musical adventure is broken down into different chapters with levels. In the first level, Mumble’s son Erik tries to dance but ends up tripping on his feet. This sends him down a landside and far away from the other penguins. His family must dance their way towards him, winding their way through the various levels in Chapter One.
In order to successfully complete a level, the player must reach the exit with a certain number of penguins in tow. Each exit requires a different number. To add a penguin to your team the player needs to follow the penguin’s musical rhythm and perform a little dance. The player uses the Wii remote with the nunchuck to control their own penguin and make it dance. As the game progresses these dance moves become more important and integral to the game, as it can help you protect yourself from enemies and solve puzzles.
Since dancing plays such a huge part in the game, music is also important. All of the music is performed by the band Ozomatli. You can unlock new songs by collecting music notes. Collecting music notes will also power up songs and unlock bonus penguins.
Happy Feet Two: The Videogame can be played co-operatively with family and friends, which means one of you can be Mumble while the other is Ramon! This adds a whole new element to the game. The dance moves are easy to get the hang of and the story is fun for fans of all ages.
ESRB Rating: E for Everyone
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