One of these events was previously revealed in the form of Battle Mii. As many gamers have already guessed, Battle Mii was a template for some sort of Metroid mini-game. And that would be a correct guess, as Battle Mii is now known as Metroid Blast. Metroid Blast allows one player to control Samus’ ship with the Wii U GamePad, while four other players can don Samus’ armor to try and defeat the ship with the Wii Remote + Nunchuck combination. Free-for-all, team death match, and a horde-like mode await Metroid fans in Nintendo Land.The second event that was revealed is based on a classic game. That game is none other than Balloon Fight. Balloon Trip Breeze is the name of this event and challenges gamers to get as far as they possibly can in a 2D side-scrolling level. Retro gamers will notice that this is similiar to Balloon Trip, a bonus game on the Balloon Fight cartridge. Players will navigate a dangerous course filled with electric spikes, birds and fish by drawing gusts of wind on the Wii U GamePad to direct their Mii character forward. Apparently the Wii U GamePad will also provide a zoomed in view, while the TV shows the standard view. Social features tied into the Miiverse will also be available which will challenge you and your friends to see who can get the farthest.
There will also be other features inside the theme park like riding around on a train, buying stuff with coins, and winning Nintendo themed items in a game of pachinko.