The game is split into 3 sections Basketball, Ice Hockey and Soccer. The Game visuals are set in a cartoon/childlike environment. Each game revolves around playing an informal game of the sport. The game does not attempt a realistic simulation, or implement all the technical rules of the sports. The Game lets the player challenge an AI team or play head to head against a friend. Good play generates SKILL points that allow team members to pull-off spectacular cartoon-style moves, such as extended jumps, and super shots leaving a trail of stars that are guaranteed to go in. Single player Mode offers a knock-out cup and a league where every team will play every other team, and the one with the most points at the end comes top.

In game the player can select from 8 teams to play with. It is also possible to create a likeness of yourself to play in-game with the "NUYU" character editor.


  • Play three of your favourite games: Basketball, Ice Hockey and Soccer.
  • Fun, Easy Controls: Swing your hand forward to hit a hockey puck or take aim and throw the basketball just like the real thing.
  • Play Against your Friends and participate in multiplayer competitions.
  • Take on the competition and keep track of your progress on the leader board.
  • Introducing the 'NuYu' character editor. Have fun and a lot of laughs creating characters of you and your friends to play in game.

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  • GameTitle: Jr. League Sports
  • Developer: Data Design Interactive
  • Publisher: XS Games
  • Genre: Sports
  • Platforms: Wii
  • Release Date: March 2010
  • Price: $19.99
  • Rating: E for Everyone

E for Everyone