Ennichi no Tatsujin (縁日の達人lit. "Festival Master") is a video game for Nintendo's Wii console. It was a launch title in Japan. The game is composed of several minigames, all of which revolve around Japanese festivals. This is Namco's first Wii game. It is a spin-off the Taiko no Tatsujin series.
The game is composed of several minigames, including:
-Kingyo Sukui: Use the Wii Remote to control a virtual net and grab goldfish from a tank.
-Shateki: The Wii Remote becomes a gun, used to fire at bottles.
-Takoyaki: Takoyaki (fried octopus) is a favorite treat amongst the Japanese. The Wii Remote is used to flip the Takoyaki balls over.
-Darts: Throw darts, striking targets in the specified order.
-Balloon Art: Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to twist a balloon into shapes. Movements must be timed to coincide with the background music.
-Yo-yo Tsuri: The Wii Remote is used to aim a paper string and hook onto balls in a bucket of water. The trick is to keep the string from tearing apart.
-Wanage: Toss rings to grab prizes. Rings are tossed by shaking the Wii Remote.
-Uranai no Yakata: This is a fortune tellers house. The Wii Remote and Nunchuk are used to make a pair of virtual hands grasp a crystal fortune ball and hear a fortune for the day.
-Crepe: Make the sweet using the Wii Remote. There is a limited amount of time to reach a target number of crepes, and the exact toppings requested by your customers must be used.
Source: Wikipedia, "Ennichi no Tatsujin", available under the CC-BY-SA License.