Reviews and Problems with Wonder World Amusement Park
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Not All Bad
Savvy Skeptic, Amazon
12 June 2012
Summary: It looks like I may be the only one, but I actually had fun with this game. We saw it at a discount store for $10 and decided to give it a try. I freely admit that at first, our reaction was very much the same as many of the other 1-star reviews, but we were determined to get our money's worth before throwing it in the yard sale box. We spent one snowed-in weekend playing it and found out this isn't a bad little game.
Summary: I bought this game for $9 for 2 girls who are 8yo and 7yo and just got a Wii. They love the game and the different carnival areas and the idea of winning tickets. Learning to play the games was fairly easy to them, and they love swinging the remote and playing in different scenarios. However, I agree with the other reviewers; though there are many games many of them are repetitive in the game play.
Summary: They lead you to beleive that this game is a combination of boardwalk games (wack a mole..toss a ball) and "rides" you can go on. There are five "themes" to the park. you play games (at each theme..one is always free) you do well enough and you are awarded tickets to play at other games. the goal is to "Purchase" all the toys at the themes vender unlocking the "Ride" which turns into yet another competition game. Like I said, its ok. but not great.
Excerpt: "...that we’d stick in the Wonder World Amusement Park game that we had in the pile. Upon popping your disc in you’ll be asked to select which mode you want to play in: Story mode, Party Mode or Quick Play Mode. There’s also an options button on this screen if you want to twiddle with any sound settings. Before all of this you can create your own little character with accessories and outfits that you can get through playing the game. Not an aspect I ...
Pros: a few good games, kids will probably enjoy
Cons: very repetitive . lost my interest quite quickly
Summary: Das Spiel ist ja ganz amüsant, aber nach kurzer Zeit auch recht nervtötend. Es wird immer nach dem selben Schema gespielt. Auch wenn jeder Bereich anders gestaltet ist wird das schnell langweilig.
Summary: Der Preis von knapp 20,-- Euro für ein Wii-Spiel ist mehr als günstig und gab, neben der recht vielversprechenden Beschreibung des Spieles, auch den Ausschlag zum Kauf. 30 Minispiele versprach der Hersteller – also genau das Richtige um zwischendurch mal ein paar Minuten beim Spielen zu entspannen. ¸.**¨) (¸.*´ : (¸.*´ : (´¸.