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Carnival Games for (Wii)

Carnival Games for (Wii)
alaScore 61

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay, whereas the multi player mode and value for money get critical opinions.

gameplay

story, value for money, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Carnival Games for Nintendo Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 61/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 10 reviews)

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Can't get to the local fair? Try Carnival Games for Wii

 

Can't get to the local fair? Here's Carnival Games for Wii.

Kids have fun playing, variety of games

Boring for adults, a couple games are difficult to aim

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Fun and Boring at the same time

 

Well when we first got the wii we wanted all the games we could get, we were exited I guess that is normal when you add a new game console or any other thing to your collection.

It has lots of games in one, and you can play with one remote

Bored and pretty expensive

Consumer review by:

Miidway Games

 

Ah, carnivals. I admit they've kind of lost their appeal for me in recent years, now that I've figured out how much those midway games actually cost you to play, but I have fond memories of pink popcorn and cotton candy, pestering my dad to let me play...

Colorful, cartoony graphics; gameplay generally pretty intuitive

Sloppy/difficult controls on some games; multiplayer is clunky

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Could have been a lot better

 

Ah, the good ol' Nintendo Wii. I love the little system, but buying games for it is rather like a crapshoot. Perhaps Nintendo set the bar a bit high by including the excellent Wii Sports with the system, but it would seem there are some obvious...

A heck of a lot of games in one package

A lot of those games are downright horrible

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Looking for an EC game? Look no further.

 

I bought my 9 year old daughter and 4 year old son the Wii for Christmas. I looked at games at local retail stores but wasn't sure what to get them based on their age and gaming abilities. I certainly did not want to spend $50 per game and find that...

Good for young children. Variety of games. Young children enjoy winning prizes

Cannot use Mii characters. A few games are too frustrating for young children

Consumer review by:

Wii Carnival game ...the fun without the riff raff!

 

The Wii Carnival game is 100% fun. It's all the classic carnival games and activities...without the hucksters and tatooed carnival employees bothering you.

Easy to navigate and play. Fun to play

Sometimes it's hard to find at stores

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Maybe version 2 will be better?

 

Again, being a new WII owner (less than a month) this was probably one of the games I initially saw commercials for that made me think the WII was a must have. We purchased this for $40 last weekend and my 6 year old loves it. Because he loves playing...

Appeals to all ages, up to 4 players can compete using 1-2 remotes

Skill factor of some games ruined by timing a moving target

Consumer review by:

It's Just Like Going To The Real Carnival But Without The Fried Dough

 

I first heard about Carnival Games on my mommy message board. A lot of the moms were raving about how fun it was, so I added the game to the Gamefly queue. We had to wait a long time for it; I suppose everyone else had the same idea that I did.

Party games are great on the Wii

Poor execution

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Step Right Up!...Maybe.

 

I've been itching to have a game that I would have the chance to tear into, really rip to pieces. I've written so many favorable reviews lately it's been driving me crazy. I thought I finally had my chance to do so with Carnival Games, but there's a...

Laid back fun

Total lack of depth

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Carnival games are cute, but not enough to keep you coming back

 

Carnival Games tries to recreate the experience of an old fashioned carnival or fair with all of the various "midway" type games. "Three throws for a dollar and you could win a prize!" While the concept is neat, the graphics fairly well done, and the...

Lots of games, cute graphics, music & sounds that complement rather than annoy

can't use Mii characters, not interesting enough to sustain interest

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