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Go Play Circus Star - Nintendo Wii

by Majesco
Platform : Nintendo Wii
16 customer reviews

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  • Unlock four different venues and choose from 6 unique stars, each with 5 fabulous costumes
  • Compete against up to 3 other players to determine who is the biggest star
  • Wii Balance Board compatible with a majority of events
  • Fill up your trick meter to pull off a series of more daring and death defying feats
  • Use earnings to unlock additional events and progress in your circus career
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The circus is in town, and you're the star!Go Play Circus Starlets you step into the shoes of a circus performer whose job is to wow the crowd with death defying stunts, animal tricks and sleight of hand. As part of Majesco's new Go Play line, Circus Stardelivers a motion-based experience that the entire family can enjoy together!

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  • ASIN: B001URRH08
  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 7.5 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 9, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,729 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Christine A. Reifer on June 19, 2009
My friend and I were so impressed with Wii Carnival, that we snatched this up when we saw it. While its not as fun as Carnival, it still provides a challenge and is entertaining. You can choose between using the balance board or remote on 12 of 15 games. They did a very good job using the balance board to its full potential. It is equally fun either one you use.
Games:
Knife throwing- very fun, pop the balloons without stabbing the dummy in the middle of the rotating wheel.
Trampoline-bounce to collect popped balloons and do tricks
Human cannonball- launch yourself thru various hoops and land on the pad
Silks- Cirque du Solei style acrobatics to catch more balloons without running into other performers
Unicycle- on a tightrope without getting punched off by a giant boxing glove
Elephant balancing- keep your balance while doing tricks
Pony dancing- similar to dance dance revolution, not as fun
Tightrope- keep your balance, do tricks
Monkey dodging- dodge pies, catch bananas, throw pies back at the monkeys, great fun once you get the hang of it
These are the ones I've unlocked so far. The goal is to get the audience to like you and gain fans. The more fans you have the more money you make in order to unlock more games. Worth the money. Probably too hard for the younger group.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Pohli on November 24, 2009
We got this game for $10 at Costco. So for $10, I didn't expect very much. I would say it is a great value for the price we paid. There are lots of different activities (some better than others), and lots of opportunities to increase the level and unlock different games. The fact that you can use the balance board with it is a plus. The biggest drawback to that, though, is that at the end of each activity in which you use the balance board, the game turns off the balance board, for some reason...then when you want to go back and do that activity (or another that uses the board), you have to go through the process of turning it on again, waiting for it to register, and then step on, let it "sense" you, etc. This process results in annoying waiting time in between EVERY activity. But other than that, it's a game my 6-year old really likes, and I even have fun playing it. Oh, one more thing...I initially looked into buying it for the possibility of it being active enough that I could count it as a "workout". It does not serve this purpose. Just an FYI for anyone else considering it for this reason. Only one of the activities (the trampoline) even remotely gets your heart rate up. However, I would still recommend it as definitely worth purchasing; it earns its $10 in fun.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Comerford on June 26, 2009
So the wife and i enjoyed it well enough, but the kids are the ones who seiriously got a kick. Josh and Aaron (ten, and twelve) have been wiiing and balancing boarding with thsi game non stop for three or four days now.
Really enjoy it and have thanked me on three different occasions. Good purchase. Couldn't be happier that my kids are happy.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Layna on November 27, 2009
I agree with the other reviewers in both this games cons & pros. the presentation is better then many other cheap mini game collection games, but can still tell they had to cut corners.
I love the music, I think it really helps keep one going, it seems to have popular classic circus music.
there are only 3 adult male & female stereotypical characters to choose from & no customization, though that's not the important aspect for game play. interesting is 1 of the characters you can be is a male villain. the ringleader is a bit creepy, but he has a good voice & the acting was done well. the only thing bad is he has limited lines which get repetitive. they don't hold back when you do poorly, but he doesn't get mean.
rewards -
the better you do at a game, the more fans & money you win. when you do poorly, you lose fans. the money is used to unlock games, such as the beginner tent, there are 3 games to unlock for $50-200 each. to unlock the next area the advanced arena, you need $1,000. the more fans you have, the more money you get for the same performance, kind of like an added bonus rate. in game, there are the sounds of the fans clapping/cheering or booing & throw fruit/vegetables at you at the end if you do poorly as well as having a small hand/splash art "fan meter."
menu -
the main area shows the beginner/circus tent, advanced/arena (locked), expert/stadium (locked), circus camp (multi player competition), and training area (to practice w/o losing fans). the training area shows there are 15 additional games to unlock in the whole game, you start out with 6 unlocked in the beginner area.
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By Amazon Customer on July 29, 2009
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I love the Wii Balance Board and it gets a lot of use in this game.

Each player is a circus star doing various feats, winning or losing fans and earning money to unlock new feats and arenas. Some feats are harder than others to figure out how to do, but they are fun and challenging.

After unlocking many feats, this game is really great to use in the practice/training mode at parties. No scores are given but the ringmaster will let you know how you are doing with his rhymes and prose. People take turns and have fun!

I love the knife throwing, rola-bola, monkey dodging, elephant riding, flying silks, trapeze, and the tight-rope is far superior to the one in the Wii-fit.

I don't really care much for the magic act.

The feats load faster than the exercises on the Wii-fit and the UI is easier too. Loads of fun, and I was surprised the next day by how many muscles were hurting after sever hours of play on the balance board.
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