Summary: Here, Hasbro offers not one but six games. In Connect Four, you need to link four chips horizontally, vertically or diagonally to win. Battleship is the strategy cum guessing game where opponents pinpoint ship positions on a grid and Yahtzee is a dice-scoring game. In Sorry!, players have to move all their four tokens to the end point and all four are faithfully replicated.
Summary: Bought s a xmas pressie so not yet used but it looks fun & had good reviews. I'm hoping it lives up to my expectations as kids are currently bored with the wii games they have. Hoping this is something different for them.
Some family classics made unnecessarily complicated
STEVEN THOMPSON, amazon.co.uk
28 October 2013
Summary: There are some great classic games here, and when I first saw Hasbro Family Game Night Vol 2 I thought it would be perfect. It's not. Jenga is hugely tricky to play and is usually over on either the 1st or 2nd turn. Bop It doesn't sync it's reactions with the wii remote very well, so is temperamental. Operation is unnecessarily complicated and turns a basic game into something of many levels - none of which are much fun or that rewarding.
Summary: Great fun but it's very hard to control the movements in each game. Jenga is the hardest to play as you can't really be gentle (like you would in the real wooden game) and the slightest thing catapults the blocks and topples the tower. Operation is hilarious and takes a steady hand. The other games are ok. Well worth the small amount I paid for it but wouldn't have forked out more.