Summary: This is a great game, best played in at least a group of 4 people/2 teams. The Wii remote is used in clever ways to solve the different game puzzles. The hardest mini-games are Charades & Backwards Charades (not real name, you just don't look at the screen and your team tells you what to do); this is because the game determines if you did the clue right or not, not your team.
Summary: This a fun game the family can play together without having to worry about language or shooting things. It is the Wii version of the board game "cranium". It has geography, true/false questions, memory, song recognition, charades, and pictionary categories. Its fun to play and worth the price.
Fun Family Wii Game--If you like Cranium, you'll like this!
Aurora Dawn, Amazon
19 January 2009
Summary: I was hesitant to buy this due to some negative reviews, but am glad that I went with my gut and bought it anyways. Yes, it does have some kinks such as the fact that you can kind of see the puzzles that are supposed to only be seen with the special glasses, but that is easily fixed by not allowing the person who is guessing to look at the game. We have played this with several adult couples and everyone has enjoyed it.
Summary: This is a great game to play at a party (teens or adults). We had a new years eve party with 6 couples and had two teams of 6 and had a blast! Some of the wii control moves are a little tricky at first for beginners. If you want a wii game that is social, to play at a party this is the one.
Summary: While it's a fun party game, I wish it were a little more difficult. This is a great game for kids between about 10-13, but it doesn't really match up with its board game cousin - where you could have a PhD and still not quite get the tasks done correctly. The motion sensoring with the Wii is fantastic. Great idea! Again, I wish the tasks were a little more difficult. Don't lose the secret clue glasses.
Summary: We had a great time playing this game on the Wii with one small exception. Some of us could easily read the "hidden" answer on the screen?? They need to figure out a way to scramble up the answer better. We are big Cranium fans and this game did not disappoint!
Summary: This is something everyone can join in with. Instead of the kids becoming lost in a computer game, this is a game that gets everyone involved and means you have to use your brain to play it. Excellent value for money. Would recommend it for all families for a good laugh.