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- "OVER 20 FAMILY-FRIENDLY GAMES: Including tightrope walking, feed the animals, dunk
- "2 PERSON MULTIPLAYER FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY: It’s not just party games; its circus
- "INNOVATIVE WII CONTROLLER ACTION: Master advanced game physics using your Wii
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Very simple menu system. Music in menu is great circus/carnival style mostly, games are also same style, but some are very slow & depressing which kills fun.
No name for profile, only choose one of few animals cartoon photos. Easy, med & hard difficulties. I played this on easy to test first. Long loading times before/after games considering limited graphics. Too basic instructions are given during loading times, have to figure out more in game though least loading time least shows it. No restart after game. All games have timers, but no scoring before or after in main adventure mode to unlock games. Just audience "clap-o-meter" that shows up on/off & yay & boos occasionally, but not enough to know 1st time if doing it right. I noticed some issues w/programming. There is some effort put into this game, but it's mostly sloppy/lazy.
Storyline - simple, very short & uses 3D photos which is very lazy. Father, mother & son go to circus, tickets get lost in wind, son runs away after it, hears scheme from bad guy to get land from government that is suppose to only be used for circus to be turned into a uniform factory, by making circus boring & unprofitable, ringmaster helps. *roll eyes*
Ape - point w/remote IR & B to shoot blimps & planes, Z & shake nunchuck to reload so ape can raise tent as he climbs pole. Hard to reload & only get 3 shots at a time.
Clown Tight walk - balance wii mote left/right as birds land on pole he's holding, balancing makes him walk fwd. balance seemed too easy.
Knife throwing at assistant on revolving wheel - throw knives at it & don't hit her, bonus points for hitting balloons on it. Same controls as Ape plus shake nunchuck to throw.
Tiger in cage - tiger, monkeys, hippos & green animal? In 8 diff cages that open/close.Read more ›
There is simply no excuse for game design like this.
I have games from the late 90s with significantly better graphics.
One has to wait as much as 30 seconds for menus to load up between EVERY SINGLE STAGE of game-play, including simply re-starting one of the ridiculously short games (after having my son told repeatedly "YOU LOSE!" Nice touch, that). This requires you to WAIT for the main menu to load up, then WAIT for your game to load up, then WADE through the cryptically graphical, totally uninformative instructions...a total of about 1.5 minutes of waiting to have another go at a lame, two-minute game (which, once started, you cannot exit, but have to either play or wait out). Life is too short.
The cursor is VERY twitchy and not at all configurable. Even with my quite decent fine-motor skills, it took frustrating effort to draw and keep a bead on any of the items I was supposed to shoot, grab, etc. Even selecting the endless succession of "NEXT" arrows was difficult. On those games in which you have to hold aim with the Wiimote and swing, shoot, re-load, etc with the nun-chuck (i.e., pretty much *every* fracking game) it took absurd amounts of effort to keep the cursor centered.
This is a game which my 4.5 year-old son repeatedly described as "really lame." Indeed. And I suspect that, with a week-end course in game design, he could almost certainly produce a better one.
Serioulsy: Spare yourself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The game is ok, good graphics and easy games, however it could be a little boring
My kids play for a while with this
All you favorite circus games and then some. Serves it purpose by keeping kiddo's entertained! Arrived on time but case was busted some but I purchased used so didn't bother me!Published on December 27, 2012 by KrisS
At first, Lawren didn't say he wants hit, but I told him he can shoot the bear if he wants! He finished the game and likes to pause and cheat the game to beat it! Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Ann
A few of the games are fun.
Between each game there is a load up screen, which takes forever and is quite irritating. Read more
I bought this game for my small children (4 year olds) and they said it was boring, not fun, too hard to play with the 2 controllers. Read morePublished on January 14, 2010 by L. MCCOY