Summary: it is a game of all ages and people who like the muppets! the tomato run is really fun but it can be hard a little! the part when you make potions is always hard because the other people do iy realy fast and i always come in last place so i know how you feel!
Summary: This game is not just for kids, it's for everyone. My father is nearly 60, and I'm 20 years old and we love it. The mini games are great, and the CPU is good at some games for once unlike some games where human players always beat CPU. Controls are easy to use, some games are easy others are hard which is great.
Summary: Taking 30 mini-games and the lovely muppet's characters and humour - Muppet's Party Cruise offers by far the best party game on PS2. The game plays a bit like a board game. You take in turns it play pinball (to roll your dice) and move around different decks of the ship (i.e. the board). Each deck is littered with different coloured doors and behind each door is a different mini-game. Win the mini game and beat all the other players and you win the pirze behind the door.
Excerpt: Do you fancy sailing away on a special cruise with the Muppets. Imagine swapping beauty tips in the salon with Piggy, relaxing on deck whilst Rowlf tickles the ivories or eating at the captain’s table with Kermit. Well you can sort of do this now as TDK (who I thought manufactured videos and cassettes) have developed a game called Muppet Party Cruise for the Play station 2. The Premise The Muppets are off to party the night away on a cruise liner.
Pros: pupeteers voice the game, looks good, is fun in small doses