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- Interactive game boards that utilize player's Miis to roll dice and move across the board
- Over family friendly 70 mini-games in all
- 13 different party game modes take the fun out of the TV and into the living room
- Games utilize the Wii Remote to force players to interact with one another in the real world in ways that affect in-game process
- Wii Party features multiplayer variety, including competitive and cooperative gameplay
- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- Media: Video Game
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Most video games require players to focus their attention on a screen. Now Nintendo brings the action into the living room with Wii Party, a game that changes the way people interact with other players. Featuring 13 different party game modes and 70+ minigames, Wii Party can be enjoyed by everyone in the family, regardless of age. � Some of the 13 different party game modes take the fun out of the TV and into the living room. Players have to interact with one another in the real world to get the results they want in the game. Some House Party games include: � Players place four Wii Remote� controllers on a table. Each one emits a different animal noise. Players win the round by being the first to grab the controller that is making the sound of the animal shown on the TV. � Players use Wii Remote controllers to play hide and go seek. One player asks the other players to leave the room and then hides all of the controllers around the living room. When the other players return, they have to find them. � Wii Party features Mii� characters in minigames in which up to four people can play together. Each player uses only the Wii Remote controller. Some of the party game modes are cooperative, such as �Balance Boat.� Others are competitive, such as �Board Game Island.� � In Board Game Island mode, players help their Mii characters compete in more than 70 different minigames: � Mii characters ride a rollercoaster while players try to shoot down floating balloons containing gifts � Players use their Wii Remote controllers to help Mii characters navigate a virtual game of tag. � *For multiplayer modes, additional Wii Remote controllers are required and are sold separately.
Wii Party is a party game developed by Nintendo for the Wii gaming console. The game is an evolution in the party game genre, in which along with standard Wii party game action beloved by gamers, players use the Wii Remote in new ways that encourage player interaction in the physical gameplay space, affecting in-game action. The game features more than 70 party games, broken into multiple game categories, 1-4 player game support and new and fun ways to integrate Miis into your gameplay.
An Electronic Game Board for the Whole Family
Most video games require players to focus their attention on a screen, but now Nintendo brings the action into the living room with Wii Party, a game that changes the way people interact with other players.
Wii Party is a family-friendly party game featuring 13 different party game modes and 70+ mini-games. Individual games are diverse in design, incorporate importable or system generated Miis, and fall into several different categories. These include: Party Games supporting 1-4 players that in some cases utilize an in-game game board, navigated with the use of Miis and dice rolls; Pair Games, supporting up to two players in co-op play; and House Party Games, which support 2-4 live players and utilize the Wii Remote to create differing dynamics between players.
Key Game Features
- Some of the 13 different party game modes take the fun out of the TV and into the living room. Players have to interact with one another in the real world to get the results they want in the game. Examples of House Party gameplay include:
- A take off on "Spoons", in which players place their Wii Remotes on a table. Each one emits a different animal noise. Players win the round by being the first to grab the controller that is making the sound of the animal shown on the TV.
- Players use Wii Remote controllers to play Hide and Go Seek, where one player asks the other players to leave the room and then hides all of the controllers around the living room. When the other players return, they have to find them.
- Wii Party features multiplayer variety. Some of the party game modes are cooperative, such as "Balance Boat." Others are competitive, such as "Board Game Island."
- In Board Game Island mode, players help their Mii characters compete in more than 70 different mini-games:
- Mii characters ride a rollercoaster while players try to shoot down floating balloons containing gifts.
- Players use their Wii Remote controllers to help Mii characters navigate a virtual game of tag.
- For multiplayer modes, additional Wii Remote controllers are required and are sold separately.
In-game board action.
13 game modes.
2-4 player support.
Co-op play options.
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Wii Party employs a similar interface to other games in the Wii series and enables you to use your Mii's. It's quick and easy to get into, and you can easily play a game with all ages where no age group has a specific advantage. If you've seen other Wii games of this type, then you already have an idea what it looks like. The screens are colourful, clear, and easy to follow.
There is no way to do a comprehensive review of this game because we haven't explored the whole thing. However there are some games we keep coming back to, such as Bingo, the board game, and some of the questionaire games. The use of "minigames" within the actual games keep it fun and varied. Often, we will find ourselves playing the same game over and over until everybody's had a chance to win.
The board game is a blast and I think Wii Party is worth having just for that alone. Having four controllers is a must, though, so make sure your friends bring over their Wii-motes if you don't already have four.
I don't find that this game gets boring as fast as others because if you play it with different people, it has different dynamics. It's more than just the game itself, it's the party atmosphere that you create around it.
5 stars. If you have a need for this kind of party game, snap it up.
While some people find the games a little too simplistic, we've found them just the right game to while away the hot humid summer.
The variety of games are a lot of fun. If you're looking for something complicated and with a lot of nuances then look elsewhere.
We like the graphics, everything is easy to see and understand.
What we really like is that there are games for different lengths of time, with choices from 5-10 minutes long or 45-60 minutes long there is a game for however much time you have. Some of the games we've found quite addictive and are always saying just one more game. Spot the Sneak is a real favourite.
I think it would be a fun game to play with a variety of people young and old.
There are also games for one or two people. I think if you want to get children or grandparents involved in playing this is the game for you.
I also think that if you just want something to play that isn't sports or role playing adventure this is also for you.
My husband and I love it and come back to it often. You can make it as stimulating as you want it to be. Or you can make it as boring as you want it to be.
Its all about the attitude.
My 7 and 4-year-old nieces love it and it's one of the few Wii games where the adults have as much fun as the kids. The mini-games that make up the board game or bingo games are a good mix of competitive skilled games and games that are just luck or chance. This works out great because the 4-year-old has equal chance to win on some of the mini-games as the rest of us and doesn't always get left behind like she does in a game like Mario Kart. Plus, the mini-games are short (average about 60 seconds per game) so they keep it fresh and exciting for us... we never know what mini-game is coming next.
It's also a lot of fun with a group of adults because it's more interactive than a lot of the Wii games out there. You can choose between games for different size groups (from 2 people to 4 people, although we frequently play in a group of more than 4 by passing the Wii remote around; the mini-games are short enough so that you can take turns playing if you have more than 4 people). I think the game is best played with a minimum of 3 to 4 people to get the most fun out of it, but I have played some of the mini-games alone as well and enjoyed them, or played the pairs games and had fun.
I don't think I'd want to play this game every day, but I'm really happy to have it in my collection to play with nieces or friends when we all get together. It's like a really good board game that you can whip out to get people talking and laughing.
If you're also looking for games that are fun in a group where there's a wide range of ages or skill levels, we have had lots of fun and laughs with Just Dance and Just Dance 2.
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CE jeu est vraiment génial! Toute la famille peut y jouer. Même ceux qui ne jouent jamais ont voulu l'essayer. Très réussi!Published 7 months ago by Jean Guerette