April 2, 2010 – And-Kensaku, a trivia-style game set for launch on Nintendo Wii in Japan, marks a unique collaboration with the kings of Internet search and video games.
The game reportedly features more than 10,000 search phrases and trends from Google, with more accessible through Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. These search terms are used in a number of multiplayer minigames, including games where players guess which terms or trends are more popular.
Set for release on April 29 in Japan, And-Kensaku has no international release date as of yet.
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