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Family Party: 30 Great Games

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Title Screen

Family Party: 30 Great Games

Also known as: SIMPLE 2000 series Wii Vol.2: The Party Game (JP)
Developer: Tamsoft
Publisher: D3 Publisher
Platform: Wii
Released in JP: August 28, 2008
Released in US: December 2, 2008
Released in EU: December 12, 2008

MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Family Party: 30 Great Games is a minigame collection that is a successor to the Party Game series for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS, although it is very different from those games, with a different artstyle, different characters, a new challenge mode, and more.


Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Unused Music

The song is partly used and plays during the game results screen. However, only the first 15 seconds can be heard.

Unused Sounds

Japanese English

Unused Japanese and English audio of the announcer with the English announcer saying "Choose a Game". Despite this audio strangely being dubbed over in the English version, the French, German, Italian, and Spanish files use the English audio and it was not replaced in Family Party: 30 Great Games Winter Fun unlike the rest of the announcer voice clips.

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan International
The game is simple. Here we go!

Loading Screen

Japan International
This is a simple loading screen 1 decent loading screen

The loading screen is also longer in the international version. In the Japanese version, you only see it when you go to the main menu and when you begin a game. When you go to the Game Results screen, the awards ceremony, or back to the main menu after the awards ceremony, the loading screen only appears for 2 frames, making it incredibly hard to see. This was changed in the international version so that the loading screen always appears long enough.