Reviews and Problems with Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do
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Carnival Games Monkey See Monkey Do
Family Friendly Gaming
22 July 2013
Excerpt: There are few reasons I would ever want to go to E3. Seeing the games from 2K Play is one of them. In fact I grill our E3 team after they have seen the upcoming games from 2K Play. They continue to impress us here at Family Friendly Gaming. Carnival Games Monkey See, Monkey Do is an Xbox 360 Kinect video game. It is also the most difficult Carnival Games video game I have ever played. More on that coming up.
Carnival Games Monkey See Monkey Do Monkey Dancing
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Carnival Games Monkey See Monkey Do has received its first DLC (Downloadable Content Pack). This comes in the form of Monkey Dancing. Families are able to purchase four new mini games for Carnival Games Monkey See Monkey Do. The monkey dances to four different kinds of music. The kinds are disco, rock, rap, and country. I got into rock and country the most myself.
Collection of family-friendly, midway-themed mini-games.
Common Sense Media
28 November 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do is a collection of mini-games playable on Xbox 360 with Kinect. Set in a carnival environment, players can choose from ring toss, Skee Ball, racing, roller coaster rides, and several other activities. Everything in the game is controlled by the Kinect camera, making it an active game that encourages players to get up and move without exerting themselves too much.
Conclusion: And that’s your lot for Carnival Games on the 360. There are no difficulty levels, no online support, no party modes, no DLC, and no reason to switch it back on. To say that I wasn’t entertained would be a lie, as there’s enough charm in a few of the games to pass a couple of hours on a dreary Sunday afternoon - but that’s nowhere near enough to justify a full-price or even a budget purchase.
Conclusion: — Some of the games seem similar to one another, and occasionally you’ll find yourself frustrated at a performance, but the younger gamers to whom this is geared will almost assuredly have a blast.
Conclusion: Concept: A collection of 20 different carnival games; most embrace the true spirit of scamming participants
Graphics: Colorful and festive. Pre-event animation sequences move quickly, allowing players to jump right into the frustration
Sound: A non-stop barrage of repeated dialogue, horrible jokes, and boisterous carnival music
Playability: Most of the minigames boil down to luck
Entertainment: If you’re looking for a skill-free game that sucks the joy out of any room,...
Excerpt: Love the fairgrounds but hate clowns? Tummy can’t handle the lineup of deep-fried Twinkie treats? We don’t blame you, but don’t worry: Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do has you covered. All the basic carnival games are accounted for — from knocking down stacks of milk bottles to popping balloons with darts to shooting as many baskets as possible. It’s not the most inspired assortment of minigames, yet it all works pretty well.
Pros: + Twenty minigames to choose from, about half of which would be totally impossible without Kinect technology., + A few unique and awesome minigames — Crash Test Dummy in particular.
Cons: - Man, the music gets downright annoying at times., ? Why the heck isn’t my Avatar visible in every game?
Excerpt: Vásárban jártunk, vásárfiát hoztunk - vagy legalábbis egy vásári játékgyűjteményt. A Carnival Gamesben kipróbálhatjuk az összes olyan játékot, melyeket eddig csak amerikai filmekben láttunk. Feltéve persze, hogy elviseljük a velük járó frusztrációt. Teszt következik.