1 player game, not multiplayer. But is very cute and fun for little kids!
4 August 2014
Summary: This game is very cute and fun. My daughter likes it. She is 8. I did not give it 5 stars because I thought it was a multi-player game, it is only 1 player. From the preview it seems like it would be multi-player and I couldnt see anywhere said how many so I should have asked instead of assume but still they should post that it is 1 player. But this is a easy but cute and fun game for smaller kids!
Summary: This is such a fun game, not only for kids, but adults as well!! We loved watching the storyline develop as the game went on. My daughter has even become barnyard champion, which is an honor for her!!
Summary: This is an excellent Wii game for adults and older kids. You name your cow which is a new arrival to the barnyard. You manipulate your cow through finding 16 recipies under rocks marked with an X. You accumulate ingredients found all over the huge farm. You tease the mailman without getting caught to earn more points. Theve p cow rides a bike to get over long distances which can be challenging. Barnyard games break up the quest for points.
Summary: This is a fun alternative to the more rough games available out there. It is an adventure game with lots of missions to accomplish. The graphics are good and the visual aspects are very appealing. The most violent things involve shooting tomatoes at kids who are trying to tip cows and shooting coyotes and raccoons with milk to make them disappear. I recommend the game!
Summary: We really like this game - from our 6 year old to mom and dad. It is fun for the tounger ones yet the challanges can get the best of mom and dad. It just takes some practice to master some of the mini-challanges. We like the story and the progression of the game. If it was to simple us older ones would not keep interest but this game keeps us wanting to continue. We bought it for the children and it turned out to be fun for the whole family and guests too.
Summary: I picked this game up from Blockbuster as their used Wii games were buy one get one free. They only had this game and Shrek III which I bought for the unbelievable price of 14.99 for both. I still haven't played Shrek because I can't get enough of this game! I'm a 26 year old female and it's a bit embarrassing to admit. There are so many different missions to do, things to collect, things to bake, mocktails to make and the minigames are always fun to play whenever.