Summary: Poor graphics, computer players always more successful than humans, minimal instructions that aren't clear, cannot play without computer players if less then 4 HUMAN players, very frustrating because the remote does not always respond appropriately...wouldn't waste money on this product or other D3Publisher products as they have the same frustrating features.
Directions/controls are difficult; no fitness; little fun
Nicole H., Amazon
13 October 2010
Summary: The directions for the controls can be very complicated. They flash by very fast before you can really figure out what's going on. There are a few of the games where the instructions were fairly easy to understand & for those games, I gave 2 stars. I was expecting a little bit of a workout when playing this game, but most of the games have to do with fitness, but actually require little moving around. Didn't break a sweat.
Summary: If you read the Amazon reviews for the other games in the Family Party series of games from D3 Publisher, you'll see certain trends appear over and over. 1) The games are aggravatingly impossible to control 2) It's hard to see yourself on the screen 3) It's annoying that they lock the games and it's impossible to figure out how to unlock all of them 4) The graphics are cheap looking Unfortunately, Family Party: Fitness Fun follows the exact same patterns.