Reviews and Problems with Around the World in 50 Games
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Around The World in 50 Games - Wii
Layna S, Amazon
19 September 2014
Summary: Barebones menu, all the games are locked in each section except for one. There's a Feeding frenzy clone where the screen scrolls & you can't control the speed & I felt the game cheats a bit. It was more like playing Burnout against traffic, where the smaller fish will "change lanes" getting out of your way & the big ones will change to be in your path. I'm not a fan of Feeding Frenzy, but that game is amazing art & programing compared to this.
Summary: The controls on many of the games are quite awkward, as if the programmers were more interested in using the Wii's accelerometers than they were in creating a good game experience. At times, I just want to use the D-pad or the joystick to move things, instead of contorting my arms to do some unnatural motion through the air.
Summary: This is a good family fun game. The concepts of the game are easy to understand, but the games are very difficult to beat even on the normal level because of how high the scores have to be in order to unlock the other games. There is also hard levels as well, but first you must play the normal level of the game in order to unlock the harder level of the game. For example space mators, pie eating, Gremlin, Merlin's shield.
Summary: more than i expected in a game. kids love it. they have a blast playing the game. recommend to anyone who wants a fun game. the seller is an honest seller and not a joker.i will buy from them again.