Summary: This is nothing like quality-testing products before they leave the factory. The "toys" are anthropomorphic and show signs of pain when being hurt and signs of relief when you fail to destroy them.
Summary: I am VERY upset to have purchased this game thinking it was a cute, family friendly game we could play together. Instead I see cute creatures being tortured, in pain, and experiencing fear. It's not typical violence, it's the kind that will desensitize to emotion.
Summary: I have bought hundreds of products from amazon. I would have liked to go through my amazon.com lifetime anonymously. However, this game is so incredibly horrible that if I don't write a negative review my head might explode. The game is violent; that is not the problem.
Summary: This game was bought for my 10 year old granddaughter. She was very excited about getting the game and thought that it would be very exciting. What she discovered is it was incredibly disappointing. Even the simple bowling game was hard to play. Ball never seemed to go where you directed it.
Summary: Like the other reviewers, I was shocked by the violence in this game. The cooking segment shows the little squeeball animals being ground into sausages as they whimper in pain, and the sausages still wiggle around while being cooked as if still alive.
Kind of a Bizarre game - could be fun for older kids but may be upsetting for little ones
Amazon Customer, Amazon
16 November 2009
Summary: From the cover and description it looks like a cute fun game for families to play together (and it probably is for families with older kids). From the description, I thought this would be like Rayman Rabbids, where you fight the rabbids but with plungers and by racing or dancing with them- Fun...