Reviews and Problems with Piñata: Trouble in Paradise
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Colorful, magical, and fun
Jacobee , GameStop
9 July 2014
Summary: Viva PiÃ±ata Trouble in Paradise doesn't do *that* much to improve upon the original Viva PiÃ±ata. However, it's hard to say there was much to improve upon in the first place. There are few games whose core mechanics are as addictive, fun, and simple as Viva PiÃ±ata's. You make a garden, fill it with plants, animals (or in this case, PiÃ±atas), and structures, and that's that.
Summary: For those of you who think this game is just for kids, that is not the case! Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise is a lot of fun for all ages. It hasn't seen namy changes in gameplay from the original, but it's still worth buying if you played the first game. Some new Pinatas have been added, and the ability to travel to two different areas, where you can trap new Pinatas and take them back to your garden.
Summary: im already in level 60 and i dont get tired of it great game for kids teenagers adoults and everyone... i love it and im 14!!!! my cousins are always playing it... its even better than halo assassin's creed and batman altogether combined!!!
Summary: Well, perhaps not for kids at all, given the overwhelming interface and intricate gameplay mechanisms. If your kid can 1000/1000 this game, you have a genius on your hands! Everything in this game is quite well-done. The graphics are solid and the art style is good. The sound is perfectly good. The gameplay and development are good.