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7.4 out of 10

Double Fine Happy Action Theater

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houyi111, Metacritic
10 May 2013
  • Summary: I don't know what I am thinking when purchasing this game on xbox market. what a stupid and lame 'game'. kick balloons, throw lava, take photos. I am not a 5 years old, so if you are not/ have no children avoid this 'game' at all cost.
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Maslakoff, Metacritic
18 March 2012
  • Summary: Had a little fun with. 2-player mode is incredibly enjoyable: throw lava at each other, feed the birds, dance, jump, crush etc. We were running from one side of the room to another like kids and had a great time. Things changed when another 2 friends signed in... More than 2 players cannot interact! We tried many times to grab some lava and throw it, but only two players were actually "playing". The other two were unable to do anything. Sadly underdeveloped. Oh well.
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MegWhiteley, Metacritic
2 March 2012
  • Summary: A great title, Double Fine Happy Action Theater is a fantastic game with much funny mini games, one of the best Kinect games, is funny, colorful, with a great control, a classic.
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GolferGuy, Metacritic
21 February 2012
  • Summary: My kids 7 and 9 love this game. They just can't get enough of it. But, what I really like are the reactions we had from adults the other night when we had a dinner party. I turned on Happy Action Theater and just let it run in the background. It wasn't long before the entire party moved from the kitchen to the living room and everyone was laughing out loud and having fun. This is an amzaing party game in a deceptively simple and playful wrapper.
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therealjasonb, Metacritic
6 February 2012
  • Summary: I've been waiting for the perfect Kinect game for my kids (4 years old) for a while, and this is it. There's no instructions, no points, not even any real point--just a bunch of fun minigames that switch fast enough so fast the kids don't get bored. Well worth the money, especially on a rainy day to get the kids jumping around for 30 minutes or so.
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sabrenaut, Metacritic
4 February 2012
  • Summary: I'm typically very stingy when spending my MS points (that I earn through bing.com anyway), but my five- and two-year-old loved the demo so much I gave in and bought the game at full price (800 pts), rather than wait for it to go on sale. I'd feel far better about spending 400 points on a title like this because it's a little thin on content -- I think eventually the kids are going to get tired of the few games that are really fun (particularly the ones that flood the...
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timojhen, Metacritic
4 February 2012
  • Summary: Agree with the broader comments - light-hearted, lot of laughing from my 5 & 7 year olds. Asking for it repeatedly.
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megaD, Metacritic
4 February 2012
  • Summary: Awesome fun for kids but parents & family as well. My three year old daughter can´t get enough of this game! A must-have for Kinect owners in my opinion. Almost all the minigames are fun and entertaining. The price is fair too.
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3.0

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Oskar Skog, Loading
3 February 2012
  • Summary: Som att spela en skärmsläckare.
  • Pros: Förkortningen blir HAT och det är en känsla man har.
  • Cons: Lokko har redan använt "målgruppen är oerhört små barn med dåliga föräldrar".
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