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BUZZ Jr.! Jungle Party Bundle - PlayStation 2

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation2
99 customer reviews

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  • Includes Buzzers
  • Fun and accessible to kids, parents and grandparents!
  • Buzz! buzzers are so easy-to-use
  • Play through 25 simple and hilarious mini-games
  • Up to 4-player jungle party mayhem
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Take part in a variety of wild and wacky mini games in a jungle environment. With an easy Buzzer in hand, you can go head-to-head against up to three of your family members or friends to see if you have the skills you need to be crowned "King of the Jungle." Each monkey character has a distinctly naughty personality.


  • Can be played by all ages of players
  • Comes with four easy-to-use buzzers
  • 25 mini-games to compete in
  • Accommodates up to 4 players at a time

Product Details

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  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000UH5C5Q
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 10.5 x 1.8 inches ; 6.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 30, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,128 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell M. Tse VINE VOICE on December 4, 2007
Edition: Bundle
This game works well for little kids, and even older kids and adults (okay, parents of kids) can enjoy this game. I play this game with my wife, 9yr old son, and 6 yr old daughter. My 8 yr old nephew and 10 yr old niece also visit and play this game.
What's great about this game is that there are only 5 buttons, the big red button and the 4 colored horizontal tab buttons, and no directional pad or stick, so it's easy for little kids to play the game. The color coding of the buttons actually adds to the learning aspect of this game, since there are some stages where the screen shows a certain color, and you have to hit the corresponding colored button, so a very young kid can learn their primary colors this way (well, red, blue, green, yellow, and orange, anyway). One nifty feature that isn't mentioned much is that the big red button lights up during some of the events, which is both useful and can add a bit excitement for the little kids.
There's enough randomness to this game that luck can help the younger kids win some of the stages (and makes it easy for parents mask intentional mistakes to even out the score).
Note that the 4 buzzers ARE connected via wire, and can get tangled up. The upside to this is an integrated dummy cord for each buzzer, so you can't lose them! The cords are pretty long, and since it's connected via USB cable, you can add an extension cord for the bigger living rooms.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kevin T. Rodriguez on January 17, 2008
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Ever since the world was introduced to "Mario Party" people just can't get enough of party games. "Buzz Junior: Jungle Party" is yet another party game that attempts to capture some of the popularity of the aforementioned game. The problem games like this normally has is if a game requires a special controller, the game normally fails to catch on("Dance Dance Revolution" is a rare exception). Thankfully, "Buzz Junior: Jungle Party" takes care of this problem by not only including the special Buzz Remote (or Buzz Buzzers), but by including four of them (no batteries required). This means that one purchase will fulfill all the requires to get a party together and play "Buzz Junior: Jungle Party." But is it any fun?

Well, being 22 years old, I can't say this is something me and my friends got into. However, a party with a much younger crowd wielded better results. A Sunday school class I help out with once in awhile had a blast with this game. They were laughing at the monkeys antics, buzzing the buzzers to match up with the actions on screen, and squealing with delight whenever they got more points. A particular mini-game, one that involved entering and exiting the mouths of lions, is especially worthy of mention, as this is the mini-game that got the most play time as well as the most laughs. Though the game is rated E10+ (Everyone 10 and up), I found very little to complain about with the game.

It was mildly crude, yes, but also inoffensive. Now, keep in mind, this isn't a game "I" would play in my free time. Most older gamers will find this game to try their patience a bit too much. But little kids are different. Kids love bright colors, funny animals, and cute music.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By KBM on December 29, 2007
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My 11 year old son is the main video game player in this house. As a matter of fact, none of the rest of us have much interest at all. My little four-year-old thinks they're fun, but she plays the educational computer games and we haven't bought any PS2 or Wii games yet for her age group.

I thought my son might be more reluctant to play this, but he wound up thinking it was very entertaining. He usually plays more involved adventure games and, of course, guitar hero. He had a friend sleep over, though, and I insisted that he at least try this.

After about 45 minutes, he came upstairs and said he actually enjoyed this one a lot-- way more than he expected it to be. My youngest daughter, too, enjoyed it along with my 15 year old daughter and my son's friend.

He said there are a few games on here that are hysterical. And, the game is surprisingly a lot of fun to play. And, to top it off, his friend plans on purchasing his own copy to play at home. So, it can definitely be considered a hit.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TRFB VINE VOICE on December 30, 2007
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It was difficult to review this product only because the controllers, or the game, not sure which, malfunctioned. The game itself, when I was able to play it, was very enjoyable. The levels are fun and there are enough of them to keep you coming back to play. I tried it with my 7 and 4 year old kids. Sure, they got mad at each other because you get to throw bananas, knock your opponent out, and so forth. But, they wanted to play again. So, it was a big hit at our house. Unfortunately, the kids wanted to play again and so we hooked up the contoller to the USB port and that's when the controllers no longer worked. They began choosing options on their own and it went into a big "loop" where the same buttons where being chosen and so you couldn't start the game. And since the controllers were all linked on one "hub" you couldn't unplug it to troubleshoot which controller was bad.

I e-mailed Amazon to see about getting another controller so that I can write a fair review, but they haven't gotten back to me. But, it is the holidays and so, I forgive them for that. They are usually very attentive. Especially being a Vine member.

I gave the game a 3 star rating. The game itself deserves a 4. But the controllers themselves, don't seem to be working so to me that's a very big part of the game. I give it a 2. So, I met in the middle of the two ratings.

Now, if my paddles worked with no problem, then I'd give the game 4 stars, only because with this type of game, it requires paddles and you are at their mercy.

This game itself deals around monkeys in the jungle. Problem with this is that it can get kinda old seeing monkeys on every level. It would've been better to change from monkey's, to hippos, to other animals for some variation.
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