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Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do - Xbox 360

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Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
93 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100
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  • Step right up for a kooky carnival atmosphere with mini games designed exclusively for the motion-sensing Kinect (not included)
  • Jump into the full-body action of 20 party-style games that are fun for players of all ages
  • Try your hand at wacky midway challenges, including Ring Fling, Funnel Cake Falls, Rocket to Mars, Crash-Test Dummy, Pop Darts and more
  • Re-experience some of your favorite boardwalk classics like Alley Ball, Strength Test, Court King, Golden Arm and Wheel of Chance
  • Voice recognition technology allows The Amazing Wodin to reveal your future, tell you a riddle and present you with a personal wizard name
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If family fun is for you then step right INTO Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do! Enjoy 20 exciting games and attractions designed exclusively for Kinect for Xbox 360. Bring the controller-free, full-body experience to life as you take a dip in the Shark Tank, go for a raucous ride on Gold Rush Mountain, have a Cotton-Eyed Joe dance-off with the Monkey Barker and more! Voice recognition technology allows The Amazing Wodin, a wily wizard, to reveal your future, tell you a riddle or two and present you with a personal wizard name. Interactive prizes and surprises abound, including flying pets and wacky wearables.

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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: you've stepped right up to your fair share of mini games and challenges before, but you've never stepped into the action quite like this. Get ready to put on your dancin' shoes for a Cotton-Eyed Joe competition against Monkey Barker, dive into danger in the Shark Tank and go for a reeling ride on Gold Rush Mountain. The rowdy characters, hilarious prizes — and now, the body-testing challenges of the carnival are coming to your living room in an all-new adventure for the whole family.

Carnival Games
Kooky carnival atmosphere
Kooky carnival atmosphere
Use the Kinect
Use the Kinect
Win prizes that you can apply to your avatar
Win prizes that you can
apply to your avatar

Synopsis

Carnival Games: Monkey See, Monkey Do! invites you to the midway for party-style fun that uses your whole body. Designed exclusively to take full advantage of the full-body, motion-sensing controls of your Kinect, each of the 20 rip-roaring games in this colorful collection challenges you to climb right into the action. Fling rings, pop darts, test your strength and spin the Wheel of Chance in loads of new and classic boardwalk favorites. Prove your midway might to take home interactive prizes that are so crazy, mom and dad may not let them in the house. But do your best to hold onto those dragons, robot cowboys, flying bears, ninjas and wacky wearables — you earned them, after all.

Key Features:

  • Step right up for a kooky carnival atmosphere with mini games designed exclusively for the motion-sensing Kinect (not included)
  • Jump into the full-body action of 20 party-style games that are fun for players of all ages
  • Try your hand at wacky midway challenges, including Ring Fling, Funnel Cake Falls, Rocket to Mars, Crash-Test Dummy, Pop Darts and more
  • Re-experience some of your favorite boardwalk classics like Alley Ball, Strength Test, Court King, Golden Arm and Wheel of Chance
  • Voice recognition technology allows The Amazing Wodin to reveal your future, tell you a riddle and present you with a personal wizard name
  • Be crowned the winner to score interactive prizes and surprises abound
  • Take home dragons, robot cowboys, flying bears, ninjas and wacky wearables to dress up your Xbox Live Avatar
  • Kinect motion sensor required; not included
  • For 1 to 2 players


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  • ASIN: B004LWVHIM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 5, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,217 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jean-Pierre Pellissier on May 25, 2011
I have been playing this game now for a month, so my initial response to it has alter somewhat. First things first, I agree with the other reviews commenting on the fun of this game and its party nature. It features mini games similar to that of a carnival and you get to really use your full body to interact with these games. After completion you win tickets (those no-good tokens that could buy you a hair pin at a real carnival) which can be traded in for costumes and the like. The game even boasts with its own fortune teller, which just like its real life counterpart, makes you feel like you've been ripped off afterwards.

In essence, this is a party/group game. Trying it alone I find myself quickly rushing through the games and ejecting the game. With friends it becomes fun and gameplay time is lengthened.

CONS
- not one player; must be played in groups/parties
- too few games
- replay value of games quickly diminishes the more you play, quicker than similar games
- the "harder" levels are pretty hard to reach

PROS
- menus are easy to navigate
- setup is clear and easy to follow and one can jump into the action quickly
- 2-player is really easy and fun: opt in or out any time during play and the Kinect senses the second person easily
- space requirements are decent and you don't have to stand all the way back for the Kinect to pick you up

My real gripe with this is after more than a month of playing it is that it has kinda reached its purpose now. We hardly remember having this game, unless friends come over. Friends from previous times are not too eager playing it again, so that indicated to me it's fun first time around and then it loses its appeal. At this point I'll argue for it to be discounted before it really reaches its value. Don't trade this game in though, as you never know when along the road you might have some family/friends over interested in a little carnie fun.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jay on May 24, 2011
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I will be honest: I am not much of a gamer and neither is my 5 year old. However, we enjoyed some of the Kinect games and he had requested something new to play. We read through the descriptions together and settled on this one.

First impression: decent graphics and colorful, fun atmosphere. It really has a sort of carnival feel to it.

Game format: the multitude of games was nice because there are a lot of different challenges. There is a lot to see and explore. Again, the carnival atmosphere is really shining through here.

Playing: as some have mentioned, there did seem to be a bit of lag with the Kinect control. They didn't always recognize certain movements and my son had some trouble with it. There is a bit of a learning curve here and it is steeper than Kinect sports or Adventures. Even I was challenged at times.

And another thing: Some of the language after doing poorly at a game is discouraging and inappropriate for a younger child who might be easily discouraged. While an adult might find this as a challenge to their skills, a child might see this as a put-down and not want to play anymore.

Final assessment: As there aren't a lot of Kinect games out there yet, I would reluctantly recommend this for older children and above. That being said, I would look for it used or on sale rather than paying $40-$50. For us, it wasn't worth the full price.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Colleenie Weenie on April 17, 2011
This game is fun and just about anyone can pick up and play with a short learning curve. The games range from a skeeball game, a dart game, a strength game, a fried dough catching, and dancing like a monkey, plus many more. The games are cute and fun, challenging but not too hard to master. Prizes are tickets which can be redeemed for outfits and pets for your avatar. The top win in each game gets an exclusive prize which is also for your avatar. I like this, in the Wii one you simply win virtual prizes but with the clothes (shoes, shirts, hats, outfits, pets, etc.) you can dress your avatar and have a little more fun with the prizes.

The Kinect works well with this game. Whenever it did not immediately recognize me, I simply jumped once and it would see me right away. Some games may take a long time to recognize you, but this is NOT one of them. My boyfriend and I enjoyed this game for hours!

The only gripe I may have is replayability (once I beat a game how much more do I really want to keep playing that game, over and over?), and I wish there were more games. I'm hoping they will release some downloadable content for this game, which I suspect they will.

If you liked Carnival Games for Wii, you will LOVE Carnival Games: Monkey See Monkey Do for the Kinect! It's a solid purchase - fun for one or a group of people, and will keep you entertained for hours.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Laura C. on May 14, 2011
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My kids saw this advertised on TV and told me they had to have it. I admit it looked fun in the commercial. So I thought this would be a good game for my 8 year old and my 3 year old to play. My teenage son said the only game he would play would be the skee-ball game. The graphics are amazing, the games are easy to do if you're ages 13 and up. My 8 year old and 3 year old can't play the game, its too difficult for them and there is no way to change the settings for "easy" and so on. You have to earn so many tickets to unlock other games so for my younguns, I have to unlock the tickets and then they attempt the new game. It becomes a vicious cycle of me and my teenager unlocking the games and my younger kids getting disappointed they can't play the games. I don't recommend it for the younger kids even though its rated E for everyone by XBox.
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