Excerpt: Squeeballs Party is exuding humor. This Wii game is based on these little ball like characters as they participate in a party game. These little guys will sit on top of bowling pins while the player(s) try to knock them down. Be aware they will laugh if you miss them. Some of the 150 mini games include cooking. Certain cooking mini games have the player serving up one Squeeball to another one.
Summary: Overall, the minigames are average, but have all been seen before elsewhere. Plus, they’re often hampered by touchy controls. The challenge mode makes up the meat of the game, but it’s disappointing that you can’t play the challenges in multiplayer, as the other modes just leave something to be desired. It’s a fun weekend rental if you’re bored and need something new for the Wii, but can easily be looked over for other games.
Summary: The Squeeballs are 12 small, cuddly toy characters that are manufactured on a remote and secret island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. Before they can be sold to children around the world, Squeeballs must be fully put to the test, to the point of destruction! You can blow up, cook, slice, bat, bowl, shoot and skim the Squeeballs through over 170 mini-game challenges.
Conclusion: Nevertheless, Squeeballs Party does legitimately have some enjoyment value. And for $30, the game isn't asking too much. It just doesn't entirely succeed in any specific area, and will most likely remain among the overlooked titles.
Summary: Ever since Mario Party debuted over a decade ago, party games have been a gaming staple. Just like the Mario Kart series begat a slew of kart racers of varying degrees of quality, party games have seen some great non-Nintendo entries alongside some underwhelming ones like Sonic Shuffle .
Excerpt: It’s no secret that the Nintendo Wii has become a thriving platform for party games. Most of these games are highly accessible, fairly simplistic, and lighthearted enough for children and families to join in. Squeeballs Party is similar to most Wii party games, with the possible exception of its tone.