Summary: We bought this for something to do with our whole family, but other than the clue game, most of it was boring for the teens. I'm sure younger kids would enjoy mouse trap more. It was something to do.. but it got old really fast. WE traded it in for a new game here on amazon! I love the trade in feature!
Summary: Just received Hasbro Family Game Night 3 and played several hours. Pass on this if you have younger kids (especially short tempered or short attention span ones). Kids get easily frustrated with this game. I agree totally with other reviewers that Twister is a BIG DISSAPPOINTMENT! Life is fun, and after I got the hang of it - Yahtzee Hands Down can be fun. Too bad the instructions on how to play are almost nonexistant.
Sean Adams "Book lover who is learning the Audible ropes.", Amazon
23 August 2011
Summary: Let's face it, nowadays it is hard to get the family to all decide on one thing to do. Luckily, once we bought this game, we no longer have that issue. I believe alot of people become turned off when it comes to board games partially because of the mess they create. Sure I could spend 20-30 bucks for a couple of these titles and I would probably have fun but loading everything back up in the box and getting it all to fit back in the box perfectly can be really...
Summary: I wanted this for Christmas and I received it, but it was not quiet what I thought... The games are fun, but they take forever between turns. Life was a lot of fun :) Clue was okay. Twister is a dance party. (Not the original game.) I didn't like having a card game on the Wii. (Terribly boring) And last but not least, Mouse Trap... You would be better off buying the board game. The camera movements on the Mouse Trap game get old really fast...
Summary: This game is ok. It comes with Life, Mouse Trap, Clue, Yatzee and a couple of others. However, the versions of these games are very different than what we're used to in the board games. The instructions are not very good either, so for some of the games, it took a while to figure out how to actually do it. We also had a particularly hard time getting it to go to multiple players. My son enjoys the games; however, I can tell it's not his favorite.
Summary: I don't think it is worth $40, maybe 27. Life is fun and the best of the 5 games. Clue, if 1 player, comes in second. Twister in third and Yahtzee a close fourth. Mouse Trap in LAST. Life has an awesome 3D effect with buildings, cars, people, and, of course, the spinner. The minigames are OK but the dance one after getting married is the same as playing Twister.
Summary: Our family has loved playing LIFE, and so far that's the only one we really understand. Clue was confusing and we didn't really understand the purpose of going into each of the rooms when you could get rumor points and guess until you were correct. We've tried to play Yahtzee a few times, but can't figure out how to do it. Mousetrap was a little boring, and we don't see the point of collecting cheese. Like everyone else said, Twister is nothing like Twister.
Summary: My child and I only played Life and Twister. We could not figure out how we both could play at the same time. We had to take turns playing. I read the directions but it didn't help. The Life game was fun but Twister disappointed my child.