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Pit Crew Panic!*

Pit Crew Panic!*

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Digital Release:Digital release dates and platforms
Delisting:Exact or Approximate date of delisting
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Available On:Anywhere it may still be available
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Delisting

This is a placeholder entry to be expanded at a later date.

Pit Crew Panic! was delisted on Nintendo Wii sometime after May 20, 2014. The game was included in the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service discontinuation announcement and would have been available to buy up to this point and presumably for some time after. The game may also have been delisted due to Konami’s purchase of Hudson Soft.

 

About the Game

Help your all-female pit crew fix the most bizarre things, like giant toilets!

A frantic, action-packed game that unfolds on the racing circuit. During the game, the pit crew is not only faced with repairing vehicles, but various WHATSITs as well! Handling the WHATSIT repairs is a pit crew made up of legendary beauties! Simple controls! Just grab a member of the crew with the Wii Remote controller’s A Button, release the button when the Pointer is over the damaged PART, and that crew member will begin repairs. Assign repairs to the members of your team, and provide support using the Wii Remote controller to send a fully repaired WHATSIT out of the pit as quick as you can!

The game features Normal mode, which can be played using one of two rules: Abnormal mode, where players split into two teams and compete against each other; and Ranking mode, where you compete with players around the world for the top record. Each mode can be played with a maximum of four Wii Remote controllers, allowing you to team up with friends and family. In short, your teamwork could lead to outstanding records!

As of May 20, 2014, the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service for Nintendo DSi and Wii systems has been retired. Online features of this game are no longer available after this date but this game still provides an entertaining experience in offline mode.

Thanks to ‘Burt Ward’ for submitting information on this game to the site.