Metroid and WarioWare creator Yoshio Sakamoto’s next Wii title is Kiki Trick. On the Nintendo Direct livestream, Sakamoto demoed the game with Nintendo president Satoru Iwata. As explained on Siliconera earlier, Kiki Trick is a collection of sound mini-games.
In the main mode players listen to a sentence with garbled speech and you have to choose the missing phrase. You can ask to hear the phrase again if you didn’t catch it the first time.
Another mini-game has players pick a sound that matches one of four videos.
A third mini-game had players point on sounds to go along with a man eating ramen.
Kiki Trick will retail for 5,800 yen on January 19.