Summary: This is my favorite game to play with friends. It's great for a relaxed setting where everyone can participate. Perfect for small gatherings (3-6 people) My only complaint is that, since it's one team at a time, it's definitely biased in favor of whichever team goes first. If you have only 3 people, you can do what we did and create three teams, AB, BC, and AC. The funny thing about that is that only one person loses!
Summary: This game is really fun to play, it's meant for at lest 4 people, but I was able to bend the rules a bit and play with two. Even though we're all adults, it was still enough of a challenge to be enjoyable. Very different from other games available - definitely get it if you can find it for a reasonable price!
Summary: I bought this game for my sleepover party and it was a hit!!! Everybody loved it!!! Now, when people come over to my house they beg to play Kabookii. Great family game! 8 people can play with one remote too! A must-buy. Excellent quality and great effects add to the outrageous fun!!! A 1,000 star rating!!!
Summary: To play this you have to have at least 4 people. Which is pretty easy to do, but just happened that I owned this game for a few months before we were at home with the Wii and the game and the group...... ...anyway, once started wee all really enjoyed the game including all it's frustrations. Already have planned another game night!
Kimberly Wren "Professionally Awesome since 1985", Amazon
20 June 2008
Summary: I purchased this game as a fan of the Cranium series of board games and I found this an absolute blast. It's a game that requires at least two "teams" (I've played with just one other player), so you can't really play it alone, but it makes a great game for parties and competitive friends. The Decoder Mask holds fingerprints easily, but it's nothing a little clorox wipe won't take care of.
Summary: This is a great party game! If you enjoy Cranium, this is a must for the Wii. You make two teams and each team takes a turn spinning the wheel and try to complete the challenge. There is a variety of activities from drawing a picture like Pictionary, but you may have to draw with shapes or lines that will disappear.
Summary: My friends, family, and I love this game. We play with just adults, mix it up with the kids, and the kids play on their own. Everybody gets a kick out of it, and so far, we haven't had repetition with the questions. The one complaint I have is that we seldom land on some of our favorite categories (like Song Pong and the geography one). But in a way, that's good, because it keeps us cheering and livens up the spins.