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Hasbro Family Game Night 3 - Nintendo Wii
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- Play classic and remixed versions of your favorite Hasbro games, including: Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap and Yahtzee
- Engage in friendly competition via online multiplayer and keep track of your victories on leaderboards. Xbox 360 and PS3 Only. Play as your own avatar in the games
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Hasbro Family Game Night 3 is a classic board game compilation for Wii that allows players both new and an experienced with the original versions of the games included to discover their fun and addictive appeal for the first time, or all over again. The compilation includes new interpretations of classic board game favorites from different sub-genres, including: The Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap and Yahtzee Hands Down. Additional features include: a variety of gameplay mechanics, including interactive gameboards; an in-game theme park environment that houses separate areas for for each game, as well as regions in-between; full Mii integration throughout the game; four-player support; and the return of Mr. Potato Head who takes on the new role of Park Guide in-game.
Family Game Night is Any Night on Wii
Revisit the glory days of board gaming, but with a new twist with Hasbro Family Game Night 3. Continuing the popular and winning strategy of introducing young and more mature players to new interpretations of some of the most beloved board games of the past, this third release in the popular Hasbro Family Game Night series continues the addictive, family-friendly fun that players have come to expect, but with even more interactive game choices this time around. Games contained in this release include: The Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap and Yahtzee Hands Down. Players will also enjoy the return of Mr. Potato Head as he takes on the new role of guide through the island based theme park environment that houses the different games available. Couple this with full Mii integration and four-player support and you have an engrossing gameplay experience that families and friends can explore, enjoy and compete through over and over again.
- The third release in the family-friendly Hasbro Family Game Night series
- Play all-new versions of your favorite Hasbro games, including: The Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap, Yahtzee Hands Down
- Full integration of your Nintendo Miis into a new theme park game setting
- Customize Mr. Potato Head as he takes on the role of your Park Guide in-game
- Multiplayer support for up to four players
Learn about LIFE.
A new take on Yahtzee.
Expose the killer in Clue.
Get the cheese in Mouse Trap.
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
I believe alot of people become turned off when it comes to board games partially because of the mess they create. Sure I could spend 20-30 bucks for a couple of these titles and I would probably have fun but loading everything back up in the box and getting it all to fit back in the box perfectly can be really frustrating.
Life - Great take on this classic game. The instructions and point of the game could be a little clearer for the younger players but once they get the hang of it they will really enjoy it. Me and my wife found ourselves laughing at alot of the fun aspects of the game. Especially when I had 3 kids and a wife on a teachers salary. OH BOY!
Mouse Trap - Very enjoyable except it is a little slower than I remember the actual board game being. There's just not much to do as you try to make your way around the board other than build the contraption which gets done pretty quick and then it's just a matter of rolling to eventually get to the end of the board.
Twister - They could have and should have replaced this with something else. Anything else in fact as it just did not translate well to the Wii.
Clue - An enjoyable take on the classic.
Yahtzee - Also an extremely fun take on the classic.
Overall I would suggest this for families who want to bring back the family game night. It was fun, replayable, and kept the kids engaged.
Each game has a classic and a remixed version which gives extra ways to play so you don't get bored! I will warn you though the Game of Life takes awhile to finisih if you play it 4-player (we had two computer players.) Twister is nothing at all like you'd expect, it is a game where you have to watch beats on the screen and hit the corresponding buttons that it shows, easy but it gets challenging! Mouse Trap is a game I hadn't played since a kid and I don't really remember, in the Wii game you play a mini-game to set up the trap and then you spend the end of the game rolling to see who gets trapped - a little slow but fun. Yahtzee is another favorite of mine and although this game is a little different than the traditional dice game, it is fun and addicting!
Overall, I really like Family Game Night 3 and think it is a great way to play old board game favorites on the Wii. This would be a perfect way for families to update their own family game night or just to play at a party. So far I have played this with just with my tween sister, but I am definitely breaking this out at our next party!
LIFE: probably the best game on here. It takes a few games before you really understand what's going on.
CLUE: probably the second best. A little slow though
MOUSETRAP: My daughters favorite, but it gets annoying. After you have the trap built you are just rolling to get to the end of the game and does it really need to remind you on every turn that the trap is already built. Annoying
YAHTZEE HANDSDOWN: I have loved playing Yahtzee throughout the years, but not this. It's very confusing, had to play a few games to figure it out. Then you have to play with computer players unless there are 4 people playing. The computer players always win. In all the games I've played I haven't got Yahtzee once, but the computer players can get it 3 or 4 times a game. Frustrating.
TWISTER: Didn't even get through a whole game, it's just lame, not at all like Twister.
I think what else is a turnoff is you have to sit through Mr. Potato Head flying through space after each game and you can't click through it. Lame. My advice don't waste your money.
Twister: This has nothing to do with Twister. I was, in fact, very intrigued and excited when it was announced that they were doing a game about Twister. It is essentially a boring version of DDR. If Twister was human, it would be suing for name defamation. 1 star out of 5.
Yahtzee Hands Down: It takes awhile to get the hang of this, and it's not the worth the time in the end. Not very fun. 1 star out of 5.
Mousetrap: The fun thing about playing Mousetrap as a kid was building the contraption. Now that it's done electronically, this game isn't much more fun than an electronic version of Chutes & Ladders. 3 stars out of 5.
Clue: I was most excited about this, and consequently most disappointed by it. In the original board game, you can take a "guess" whenever you enter a room. In this version, you start a "rumor" every time you earn 6 rumor points. You get rumor points by walking around the board, landing on spaces that have rumor points within the tiles. So essentially you're mindlessly wandering around, looking for rumor tiles, and when you do this enough times, you'll find out who the killer is by rule of elimination. The original was fun because you could use reverse psychology on others to trick them into thinking they know who actually dunnit, but this game takes all those aspects away. 2 stars out of 5.
Game of Life: Very, very slow pace. This is the best part of the entire game, and is "Family Game Night 3"'s best attempt at redemption.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quick delivery. Sellers are very friendly. Disc is used and worked perfectly as described. Very happy with purchase!Published 1 month ago by Donna Kurtz
Great for passing time with friends. The only game on it we like is LIFE. It is a lot of fun. The other games are okay.Published 1 month ago by Roam
My son (8) and I (47) love this wii game. It's so much fun. Out of all the Family Game Nights... this one is THE BEST.Published 3 months ago by Angel D
This is a great game for my family. Our youngest is 5 years old and the older one is almost 8, the hubby and I are in our 30's. Read morePublished 5 months ago by HHL