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Go Play Lumberjacks - Nintendo Wii
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- Four-player party competition from the great outdoors
- Five event categories featuring over 15 individual events
- 15 eclectic characters to chose from, each with unique animations and tools
- Unlock use of your own Mii
- Wii Balance Board support
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Top Customer Reviews
It really does a great job of creating an environment where you feel like you're at a county fair or somewhere deep in the South or backwoods. The games are quick and there is plenty of variety to keep it interesting, and you use arm motions and your feet, so some of the competitions actually left me winded. I felt like I was getting as much exercise as my Wii Fit but this was so much fun it didn't feel like exercise, it felt more like I was competing. I got so into it I raised my hands in victory a couple times when I dusted the competition.
I am not a huge game person and I only intended to play this for about 10 minutes to try it out and ended up playing it for an hour and wishing I could have played it for longer. This would definitely be fun to play against other people but a lot of fun, also, by yourself. And you also have the option of playing it without a balance board if you don't have one. It gives you instructions of how to use just the remote or the remote with the balance board.
I am curious about the GoPlay Circus game now, though, that seems like it might be more balance and less movement, which I like more of in a game than just mashing buttons. I also hope they create more of these environmental type games where you actually feel like your in a different world, culture, or environment. It's kinda fun to feel like you're slipping into the life of someone in another part of the country.
Sawing-consists of 4 activities with 3 different difficulty settings. Sawing requires a lot of super-fast Wiimote waggling at the Hard mode.
Axe Throwing- 3 events with 3 difficulty settings. point, aim and click type of game.
Chopping- mimic the on screen indicator. ex. press A, button 1,2,1,A and then CHOP.etc. kind of relaxing. a lot of button pushing with a chop at the end. chopping occurs maybe every 5-8 seconds with 4 mini-games.
Water events- reminds me off Frogger. 2 fun arcade type events.
Climbing- requires a lot of Wiimote-waggling, but it gets tougher at the hard level because you have to waggle and avoid balloons being dropped at the same time. Pole Climbing is very frustrating at the hard level.
Overall, I'd say for the price, Lumberjacks is a steal.
I would recommend this as a fun, yet simple game for the whole family. There are directions on every game screen so you can always reference them.
There are several things I like about this game:
(A) Getting into a game (or a tournament of games) is trivially easy, and unlike many other similar games, they don't make you wait for ever, nor do you have to navigate through a bunch of lame, tedious filler to get to the core of the fun.
(B) The games are fun. They are not earth-shattering, nor even unique. Some involve aiming, some timing, some about pressing button sequences quickly, some about how quickly you can jostle the controller. But the games are varied and fun, especially in competition with others. You can "free play" through the games, you can choose from small, medium or large tournaments (the large cycles through all of the available games).
(C) You can choose between 3 skill levels. All of the games are inherently 4 player, so the computer plays the empty slots, and the computer's competence is determined by the skill level you chose. While most of the games themselves are the same at the different skill settings (the computer players just get better), a few of the games get intrinsically harder based on the skill setting. I'm a hard-core, old-school arcade gamer, so I can still beat the computer in most of the games on the the hard level, only one or two are crazy-difficult on the hard skill level, while the easiest level lets everyone enjoy the game.
A fun, satisfying family game, especially for the money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the second one of these games that I've purchased. Grandkids love it and can be played by young children as well as adults to have family fun.Published on January 21, 2014 by Ed
It was almost kind of clever. Many of the games are similar to each other. THERE IS A LOT OF LOAD TIME. Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Peter Forrence
I got this game for my boys on a whim. Having seen many positive reviews, I figured that the family would enjoy it, and I was correct! Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by H. K. Rodman
it's not fantastic, but my 5 year old enjoys it, it's fun for the whole family to play. It's a little goofy but it's innocent fun.Published on May 30, 2013 by Angela