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Game Wave Family Entertainment System

Game Wave Family Entertainment System
Manufacturer ZAPiT Games
Type Video game console
Generation Seventh generation era
Retail availability October 2005
Units sold 70,000 (as of 2008)[1]
Media DVD-ROM

The Game Wave Family Entertainment System is a hybrid DVD player and video game console. It was first released in Canada in October 2005.[2] It is part of the seventh generation of gaming.

Unlike other consoles of its generation (such as the Xbox 360), the Game Wave is aimed at a more family friendly market: a majority of its games are trivia based or video versions of more traditional games (such as variants of Scrabble and Blackjack). The Game Wave can connect up to 6 controllers (which look like TV remotes) but comes with 4. Each controller has a different color (yellow, red, blue, green, purple, and orange) to help players tell them apart. It comes with a case that can hold all 6 remotes and a copy of 4 Degrees: The Arc of Trivia, Vol. 1.

Titles

Trivia:

  • 4 Degrees - The Arc of Trivia
  • 4 Degrees - Volume 2
  • 4 Degrees - Bible Edition
  • Re-wind
  • Re-wind 2005
  • Re-wind 2006
    • All games are a little old so answers to questions might be FALSE.**

Number Games:

  • Lock 5
  • Zap 21
  • Sudoku

Word Games:

  • Letter Zap!
  • Click!

Puzzle Games:

References

  1. ^ "VP Final - MP4". 2008-12-20. Retrieved 2012-08-14. 
  2. ^ "Surf the Game Wave to Fun" (Press release). ZAPiT Games. 2005-10-xx. Retrieved 2007-11-05. 
  • [1], GamerDad.com Game with the whole family

External links

  • Official site
  • Game Wave
  • Game Wave DVD system lets families play together
  • Game Wave: New Approach to DVD Games
  • Game Wave - Video Game Review
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