Summary: It's exciting! It's interactive! It requires a sure hand and a steady aim, PLUS nobody really gets hurt or killed! Sold. This is one of my favorite games of all time, highly replayable, and honestly just adorable. You play as a little kid whose scientist parents have to go deal with a giant power failure.
Summary: This is my second purchase of this game. Bought it not too long after the original wii came out and remember loving it. This time around I was not as impressed. I really like mario style games - simple and to the point. It's great for a time killer but hard to get into the story line. Would be good for kids or those who strive to beat highs scores.
Super challenging game wrapped in a simple package. One of the top 10 Wii games?
THowerton "SHowT", Amazon
9 June 2013
Summary: This is a smart, unique, creative, fun, and challenging game. Why it hasn't done better or isn't better known? Perhaps because the packaging and storyline is aimed at kids but I can assure you that this game, while it can be enjoyed by the younger ones, is a crafty game for adults. First off this is a smart, unique and creative game. It's set up as a FPS (First Person Shooter) but doesn't ask you to play like a typical FPS.
Summary: I gave this game a good review because my children 5 and 6 years old still play it. I enjoyed it at first, played several levels and got bored. The concept is basically hide and seek with a ton of little creatures called elebits, which somehow convert to electricity. It is an interesting interface, but all the levels are essentially the same with slightly larger areas.
Summary: This game is FUN! It is almost like a puzzle trying to figure out where all of the little Elebits are hiding. The game play is repetitive, but the bonus is that you get to destroy an entire house! It really is an interesting game. That said, I did get bored with it after a while. It is a game to take small breaks from and come back to. I think kids would have a great time with it!