Summary: We got this DS game for our kids because we thought it might be some stupid fun that they could enjoy. Well, our boys are 12 and 14 and they had some issues with some of the language and some of the things the character was doing. There was one part where the character was shooting at some witches or ghosts or something and they didn't care for that stage of the game. We ended up having to throw it out.
Summary: I think the film itself was pretty funny, and I must admit, playing the game and reading all the catch phases from the movie popping up was funny. The game is both funny and fun. I have already gotten to the 4th level and it's so much fun, which is strange seeing how its a game based on a pointless and fairly short movie. I'd recommend. I paid 9.88 for it brand new on ebay and i think it was worth every penny.
Summary: Loved this game! A hilarious similarity to Pictionary. Can be modified to all ages, even young ones! Can also be modified to play with many people. Wonderful concept! Can't say enough about this one! A must have for a game night!
Summary: I just finished playing this game, and it is mildly entertaining. I would say that its aimed at the 10-13 year old set, and I definitely wouldnt pay more than $15 for this game.. By all means, wait until the price comes down. I played it for about 10 minutes, and my initial impression is as follows: I selected the "story mode" from the title screen, and as you would expect there are all of the Napoleon Dynamite catch-phrases in this game. (Tina! You fat lard!
Summary: Loved the movie, love the game! You have to have some skills to master some of these games, and you get a sweet bike in one of them to do some sweet jumps. Feed Tina, make a cake, ride a unicorn, beat Uncle Rico at a football toss, and more. Love it!