Interesting use of wii but too dificult to control
Laura L. Cordes "library reader", Amazon
18 November 2010
Summary: Using tilt controls to roll balls through mazes was an interesting concept but in the end, was too difficult to control accurately. We quickly lost interest in the game when we repeatedly got stuck at the same places.
Summary: Ok, have just read all the reviews on here about myth makers on the wii. I had this game just on the PC years ago, and yes it was very hard to control the orbs and get the hang of it, but once you have its pretty good!
Summary: Probably the worst game I have ever purchased. I bought when with my 7 year old grandson who liked the description on the box and the packaging. He didn't last long with it and neither did I. I gave it to my 30 year old son who is of the same opinion as me, as is my other grandson.
Excerpt: I purchased this game back before christmas and firstly let me say I have very mixed opinions! With its colourful enticing cover it looks mystical, adventurous and alluring. It was the cover that made me by this game, i know cliche!
Summary: In short - don't waste a penny on this so called game we tried it for about ten minutes and then gave up it is absolute rubbish and completely annoying. You are supposed to roll a ball round a track, I didn't see alot of it as I didn't get round the first corner, we both kept falling off and...
Summary: Had my 9 year old and myself screaming in frustration, so bad, so bad. How can anyone publish such tripe, I thought nintendo had a vetting process to stop rubbish like this spoiling it's reputation for quality? This game is totally unplayable, avoid at all costs.