Summary: I bought this for my child's birthday. She loves playing games on the Wii with others, but I feel I wasted my money. LIFE: probably the best game on here. It takes a few games before you really understand what's going on. CLUE: probably the second best. A little slow though MOUSETRAP: My daughters favorite, but it gets annoying.
Summary: This was at the top of my Christmas List. I recieved it from my Grandma, right when I opened it I said "Thank you!" and then I whispered to my family "We should play this RIGHT when we get home!" I was very excited. I was very irratated on how boring this is. Don't buy this! LIFE: This very fun! Very detailed. CLUE: Horrible, you don't even get to keep your information a secret! Say you found out the room it happened in EVERYONE knows. TWISTER: Um, this can't be twister!
Summary: The games are lame. Very disappointed. Yatzee is ok. Bought it for Clue but it is nothing like the actual game and players are suppose to look away from the screen when others get clues. Ya right.
Summary: My title says it all. These Wii versions were slow and cumbersome to play. They took away all the fun of the board game and added nothing by way of video enhancement. We have PC versions that were infinitely better. This was a complete waste of money. Anyone want to buy a used disk? Only used once!
Summary: I got this game thinkin it was good for adults, but it definately isnt, maybe good for children. Games are very basic n not really many games. I do recommend monopoly for adults though, that game is great if u like board games!!!!
Summary: Hmmm...I don't think so. Cluedo & Yahtzee - very different to the board game. Very confusing to play/understand and there are totally no instructions that come with the pack and they are impossible to find any instructions on line. Basically - the only games we even look at playing is Mousetrap (which is a little bit better) and Life (which is good). Twister - pretty ordinary. My 6 and 8 year old board gamers and us adults were left very underwhelmed by this purchase!
Summary: Purchased for Christmas in the expectation that the 'original' version games would at least provide some solid family fun - they don't. The Cluedo is truly awful - randomly guess the answer and no discernable rules or methodology to playing the game (that lasts a ridiculous length of time). Mousetrap is tedious and a quarter of the fun of the boardgame, and Twister is NOTHING like the popular floor game and more like a Wii Party minigame.
Summary: None of these games are the proper board game version. Twister is a dance game where you have to copy the rhythm by pressing buttons and is boring. Cluedo is truely terrible, it's nothing like the board game and is basically a game of "let's just guess the answer" rather than there being a discernable way of working out it out. The game of life is playable, but has many faults.