The multiplayer mini-game collection will include 'Yoshi's Fruit Cart', 'Captain Falcon's Twister Race' and 'Octopus Dance' when it releases with the Wii U.
'Yoshi's Fruit Cart' splits play between the GamePad and TV screen. Players are encouraged to draw a path for Yoshi to follow on the GamePad, while the TV screen displays the position of collectable fruit and obstacles.
'Captain Falcon's Twister Race' is a single-player attraction in which players use the GamePad to steer their way past obstacles and over dash plates to complete the top-down racing courses in as quick a time as possible.
'Octopus Dance' is another single-player game, which sees users copy dance moves using the GamePad. The changing viewpoints mean that players must use the GamePad and TV screen to keep on top of the action.
> Nintendo considering bringing Wii U TVii to Europe
Launching alongside the Wii U on November 18 in North America and November 30 in Europe, Nintendo Land will feature a total of 12 mini-game attractions.
The attractions include 'The Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest', 'Pikmin Adventure', 'Metroid Blast', 'Mario Chase', 'Luigi's Ghost Mansion', 'Animal Crossing: Sweet Days', 'Donkey Kong's Crash Course', 'Takamaru's Ninja Castle' and 'Balloon Trip Breeze'.
Nintendo Land will be included with the Wii U Premium bundle, which is available for approximately £309 in the UK and $349.99 in North America.
Screenshot gallery - Nintendo Land: