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7.3* out of 10

Squeeballs Party

Squeeballs are toys made on a secret island somewhere in thePaci Read more

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Overall 9
Gameplay 9
Graphics 7
Sound 8
Lastability 9

Multiplayer Madness!

Mitri , GameStop
6 July 2012
  • Summary: Squeeballs Party is a very violent ds game. At first I got mad at the bowling minigame because you have to swipe the stylus pefectly to make it straight. I played all of the minigame then I turned off the game. After a while I picked it up again and again and again... THIS GAME IS ADDICTIVE! Then today I decided to play it with my cousins and we hadf a blast!! Bowling and Cooking were the minigames where ithe competition was tense!
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Overall 3
Gameplay 4
Graphics 6
Sound 2
Lastability 5

Could've been better

spartanE86 , GameStop
4 August 2011
  • Summary: Honestly, I thought this was going to be a good game. It looked like a good game with good graphics, but I was proved wrong. The gameplay was fun for maybe 3 hours and then it got boring. There are basically four or five different types of mini-games. Once you beat the first stage, you unlock the second, then the third, and so on. My favorite part had to be the cooking, but even that was a little boring. The worst part? That bull thing haunted my nightmares!
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Overall 7

Squeeballs Party Review!!!!!

Alwaysgiggles , GameStop
6 August 2010
  • Summary: This is an okay game! In Squeeballs Party for the Nintendo DS you can play lots of games with the squeeballs like cooking, feeding, bowling, painting, playing crazy course games, and more! You are testing out the squeeball toys before the people can give them to people and sell them in stores away from they island where the squeeballs live! This game has pretty fun games but after can get a little boring.
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Overall 6

Hard to play

A. Carter, Amazon
23 January 2010
  • Summary: Feeding El Toro was a big hit with the kids. "I liked shooting the Squeeballs at the El Toro until they sink into the ground." The adults favored the paint game that slingshots a Squeeball onto a canvas. the competiotion factor was high with trying to beat the others' percentage of paint coverage. Using the stylus for all of the games was problematic. The bowling activities were very difficult.
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