Excerpt: Many years ago our family watched Youtube videos on a Japanese game show that is entitled Hole in the Wall. There are actually more than one. A friend told me that there is an American version of the show. When I saw Twister Mania at E3 2011, I immediately thought of Hole in the Wall.
Summary: Parents need to know that Twister Mania is a party game best suited for multiple players. The game allows up to eight participants to compete, making it ideal for large groups of friends or family.
Excerpt: Twister as a video game seems a little odd, even given Kinect’s innovative control options. But Twister Mania takes the classic concept of body manipulation and spins it into a new kind of experience.
Excerpt: We’re perplexed. Twister Mania is ostensibly based on the classic floor-mat game with the colored dots, yet these Kinect challenges include smashing your body through walls and moving your limbs to match shapes on the screen.
Pros: + Amusing highlight photos and co-op shenanigans.