Reviews and Problems with Marbles! Balance Challenge
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Nice replacement for Wii Fit games
14 August 2010
Summary: This game is a nice choice for balance training. I think it'd be fun for parties. But I expected it to be more exciting. Levels that require Balance board are additional and not in the main gameline. Mainly you use Wii Remote to play.
Summary: This is a fun game to play, and as it's compatible with the Wii Fit Balance Board it can improve balance and fitness as you roll a ball around a range of obstacle course. Many levels can be played with an ordinary Nintendo Wii Controller but, to get the best, you do need the Wii Fit Balance Board...
Conclusion: I must admit that I'm fussy about video games - I prefer problem solving puzzle games to any other kind, and they're few and far between for Wii. This game has everything: it requires strategy and thought, problem solving skills, has excellent graphics and shows the designers had a lots of creative...
Summary: I bought the Kororinpa a few weeks ago and loved it so when i heard this was the follow up i bought it straight away! BUT it isn't as good at all; its too easy, the balls are so much slower than the first and the circuits aren't as imaginative and as good graphics as the first!
Summary: This game is fab. I've had it a few months now, and every one that has played it, wants it! Even my two year old enjoys playing this with his nine year old sister. Great family fun. Play with or without people, and the balance challenges are quite different to the remote ones.
Summary: It is my wife who has actually played this and completed all levels, easy, medium and hard using the hand control and about half of those on the Wii board. She thinks this is fantastic. Starts of nice and easy and gets very fiendish.
Summary: This is a fun game to play, and as it's compatible with the it can improve balance and fitness as you roll a ball around a range of obstacle course. Many levels can be played with an ordinary but, to get the best, you do need the Some of the most challenging levels include "anti-gravity" areas where...
Summary: If you like puzzle type games, then you are bound to enjoy this. For most of you who dont know, this is the follow up to Kororinpa, which was initially due to be titled, "kororinpa 2" but got changed sometime along the way.
Summary: It's a disappointment to find that they have re-programmed the control sensitivity for this version, when contrasted to Kororinpa. I prefer the fact that in Kororinpa you can get moving initially quicker and speed up and immediately slow down with skill.
Summary: I've only played the first 30 levels in the main game with the wiimote, so may add to this review in the future when I've played more of the game. I've also completed the first 30 (out of 100) levels on the balance board and I must say I found them a bit easy. Most can be completed first time.