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Furu Furu Park (Wii)

Furu Furu Park (Wii)
alaScore 75

12 reviews

Oct, 2017

  • Negative

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the multi player mode and price.

price, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Furu Furu Park (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 73/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Matt Flanagan (vggen.com)

Furu Furu Park

 

Multiplayer “party” games have been around since at least Anticipation on the NES, and the genre has been getting a lot of attention lately thanks to the DS and Wii's unique control schemes offering developers the opportunity to make a wide variety of...

Tolerable in multiplayer mode ; Has a few memorable mini-games

Just an average game in a genre filled with exceptional games ; Pretty boring in single player mode

It’s hard to really say too much about Furu Furu Park because it doesn't really do anything fantastic or terrible. If this game were a cookie, it would be flavorless except for a few chocolate chips, and while the majority of people would probably...

May, 2008

Expert review by: SHAUN CONLIN (evergeek.com)

Furu Furu Park

 

Funny, but Majesco usually has a knack for instilling gameplay "value" into their "value priced" games. So it follows that Furu Furu Park begs the question: what the hell happened?

Though regurgitating old games in a single "retro" compilation is one way to bilk a few bucks out of nostalgic gamers, Majesco goes another route with Furu Furu Park, which sees several old Taito games (Arkanoid, Bobble Bubble, etc.) revamped to play...

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Brian Peterson (gaming-age.com)

Furu Furu park

 

Taito's Legends don't hold a candle to Wario's Ware.

Where Furu Furu Park lacks the most is a frantic pace and excitement to really engross any gamer for a given amount of time. The games themselves are too short to have any depth, but too long for the 'flash' quick play of style such as Wario Ware,...

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Daniel "monk" Pelfrey (dignews.com)

Furu Furu Park

 

Maybe it's because I'm a sucker for “old school” style collections (though this really isn't one). Maybe it's because I don't get to play that many videogames anymore and my judgment has become impaired. Then again, maybe Furu Furu Park is actually...

Some rather fun games ; Best when played with a friend

I was hoping for the full versions of many of the games included ; Wild variations of difficulty

I had fun playing it. It may not be as good as many of the other offerings out there, but as far as mini-game collections go, the source material is what makes Furu Furu Park stand out.

Mar, 2008

Expert review by: Brendon Lindsey (gamernode.com)

Furu Furu Park

 

Another week, another Wii title centered around remote-based minigames. This time, we're serving up Majesco's latest offering, Furu Furu Park. Priced in the budget title range, the game contains "30" minigames (it's really about a dozen with some...

I wanted to like this game--I just couldn't. Whether it's the fault of the changes from the Japanese to American version or the minigames themselves, something just never clicks.

Feb, 2008

Expert review by: Robert Workman (gamedaily.com)

Furu Furu Park Review

 

Finally, a park without drunken hobos and geese poop.

Furu Furu Park is surprisingly fun. Its mixture of old-school favorites and new games, along with its undeniably cool Love Challenge mode, make it $20 well spent. Still, we can't help but wonder...just what the heck is a Furu Furu?

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Matt Swider (gamingtarget.com)

Furu Furu Park

 
Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Andrew Hayward (gamesradar.com)

Furu Furu Park

 

Part minigame compilation, part classic collection - all shallow

It's only $20 ; Afro Love and his brothers ; Remembering classic originals

So little to do ; Only marginally interesting ; Classics are wasted here

Some will undoubtedly find pleasure in the quirky nature of the content, with its fondness for large afro-adorned men and anime girls - but something is off about Furu Furu Park. Maybe it's the nine-month layoff since the import release, or the...

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Gerald Villoria (gamespy.com)

Furu Furu Park

 

This collection of bite-sized mini-games will put a bad taste in your mouth.

Attractive $20 price point; Takoyaki is fun (and delicious)

The mini-games are generally not fun; repetitive stress injury

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Craig Harris (ign.com)

Furu Furu Park (2008) on Wii

 

There aren't that many challenges in Furu Furu Park, and none of them have any appeal to entice players to pick up and play them more than once. If they were fun I could understand shooting for the high score – at the very least the designers...

Taito's awful take on the Wario Ware genre.

Jan, 2008
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Product Specifications

Furu Furu Park is a unique arcade experience that features 30 different mini games that all take advantage of the range of motion possible via Wii Remote play. Take on a friend in three multiplayer modes including Love Challenge where you can try your best to impress the girls!

Game

Elements:Miscellaneous - arcade
ESRB Rating:Everyone 10 and older (10+)

Header

Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Majesco Entertainment
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Furu Furu Park

Miscellaneous

Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Game Console Compatibility:Nintendo Wii
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - miscellaneous / entertainment / educational