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Family Party 30 Great Games Winter Fun
Family Friendly Gaming
27 February 2013
Excerpt: Family Party 30 Great Games was a decent little Wii game. The WMG is happy to see a D3 Publisher release a sequel in the form of Family Party 30 Great Games Winter Fun. This family friendly title has a winter theme that fits this time of year. Four family members can compete in Family Party 30 Great Games Winter Fun. Some of the games require the Wii Remote, and some require the Wii Remote and Nunchuk.
Excerpt: The WMG loves some great family fun, and Family Party 30 Great Games looks and sounds like just that. There are all kinds of diverse little games for family members to play. The one issue the WMG ran into is the games are essentially all or nothing. What the WMG means is these sporting exercises are mind numbingly difficult to pull off, or very easy to win. The WMG kept getting first on certain ones, and never ever finishing others.
Review: Family Party 30 Great Games Winter Fun (Nintendo Wii)
7 February 2010
Summary: There is really no reason to play this game. It is not particularly fun, and it is a little broken. Family Party: 30 Great Games Winter Fun seems like the sort of thing that they would bundle with your first generation iMac in 1998. It is not nearly as good as those Olympic games with Mario and Sonic, but much better than Calvin Tucker’s Redneck Jamboree .
Affordable, family-friendly party game is loads of fun.
Common Sense Media
18 January 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a highly affordable party game suitable for all but the youngest of family members. The majority of its minigames see up to four players shaking and tilting their remotes in an attempt make their onscreen avatars run, jump, crawl, or keep their balance. A handful of the 30 games involve a small amount of cartoonish violence, such as avatars running into one another, or being beaned by balls.
Summary: Fun for kids of all ages, Family Party: 30 Great Games offers a wide variety of fun and addictive party games for up to 4 players featuring everything from track n’ field, to playground games, to brain games and more.
Conclusion: seconds to a maximum of around 2 minutes and takes less than half that time to master. If I didn’t have tendonitis before playing this game, I do now. This game is going to hurt your wrist, a lot. With almost all of the games requiring you to shake the Wii mote vigorously to build up speed, I would advise anyone with pins in their arm to stay away for risk of vibrating them out.
Summary: It’s a $20 collection with 30 full minigames and complete 4 player support in every single game. For anyone with an interested family, group of friends or even active children, this is a terrific buy.
Pros: -Plenty of variety for all types of players., -Family and child friendly., -Every game is playable with up to 4 players., -Some of the most addictive appeal yet on the cheap minigame collection side of things., -Easy to learn the controls for every single game on the disc.
Cons: -I would complain about a few things, but for $20, I’ll let some things go., -Online play would have been a nice inclusion via direct connection.
Summary: Riddled with torturous, repetitive controls, this budget mini-game collection is the antithesis of a fun party game.
Pros: A few interesting game concepts, Plain but effective visual style
Cons: Shaking a remote back and forth while hammering buttons is not fun, Some games drag on for too long, Ten of the games must be unlocked in single player, Unclear controls and incomplete instructions
Excerpt: Des jeux délirants à partager en famille ! Avec Family Party, jouez en famille jusqu'à 4 à de nombreuses activités comme des jeux de courses, de shoot ou d'équilibre. Alors à vos télécommandes Wii ! Prêts ? Partez ! - 30 activités délirantes et addictives, optimisées pour la...