Summary: I bought this game, with a zombie title and the zapper guns, almost as an after-thought. What a wonderful surprise! The play is whimisical and suitably challenging that my wife and I keep coming back for more.
Amazon Customer "Don't frown, because you never know whose falling in love with your smile...", Amazon
18 October 2011
Summary: well i gotta say that even my husband and i love this game.. it's fun, gives you plenty of time to aim and fire, has a fun variety of weapons, great graphics, very funny and exciting.. oh yeah, and my son loves it too..
Summary: I was a little hesitant to buy this game. We don't allow violence games in our home. After reading the reviews I cautiously bought this game. Upon arrival I tried to the game to make sure it wouldn't be graphic and appropriate for my young kiddos. I LOVED the game! I had a blast playing the game! I reccomend this game. It in no way promotes the violence that most games do these days!
Summary: This game is funny and fun. Used along with the Wii perfect shot gun makes it even better. I even got my husband to play this one. Very colorful cartoon like scenery and the chickens...well they are a riot! A game for all ages, so when my nephew comes over he too can enjoy. Amazon along with J&R music provided quick and good service too.
Summary: We have had Chicken Riot for 4 months now. It is an eggcellent game, lots of fun. We have gone through all levels, and completed all challenges. There is 1 bug however, at least in ours. I mentioned we completed all challenges. Well, there is one that did not unlock. The first time you gain 5 stars in any level, the "I Did It" challenge is supposed to unlock, but it does not. I even tried to contact City Interactive about that, but they never responded.
Summary: This game is a simple, point-and-shoot-your-fake-gun-at-fake-chickens laugh riot. My 20-year-old daughter and I play it as a team, and we've had hours of fun with it. There's nothing high tech about it. The graphics are cute. We've yet to conquer all the challenges on all the levels. As a single player, it's definitely tougher to hit the goals. Our only complaint is that we wish there were more levels! For an easy, inexpensive game, I highly recommend Chicken Riot.