Nintendo has shared more details on the final three attractions for theme park mini-game collection Nintendo Land, offering more gameplay information for single-player games Yoshi's Fruit Cart, Captain Falcon's Twister Race and Octopus Dance.
Yoshi's Fruit Cart has players draw paths for Yoshi's cart on the GamePad controller, guiding him through courses to collect as much fruit as possible. The television screen will display where fruits and cart obstacles are located, requiring players to keep a close eye on both screens.
Captain Falcon's Twister Race, a top-down racer based on the F-Zero series, requires player to vertically hold the GamePad in order to steer their cars. Drivers can utilize special on-track power-ups like speed boost plates and push enemy racers into speed spikes and bombs.
Octopus Dance, based on the Game & Watch title Octopus, uses the GamePad to track players' movement in mimicking an on-screen octopus giving dance lessons. The game will switch movement instructions between the GamePad and television, again requiring players to closely monitor both screens.
Nintendo Land will be available on Nov. 18 as part of the Wii U Deluxe package or individually for $59.99, both at retail and as a downloadable title on the Nintendo eShop.