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M&M's Beach Party - Nintendo Wii
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- Collect seashells around the beach in single-player mode to unlock new games and features
- Starring everyone's favorite candy characters - Red, Yellow, Green, Orange, and Blue.
- Collect seashells around the beach in single-player mode to unlock new games and features.
- Full lush environments to explore - Features palm tree-lined sandy beaches, a pier stretched out to sea, booths up and down the boardwalk, and much more.
- Diverse, natural, and intuitive controls using the Wii Remote.
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Wait ... beyond junk. It's bizzare in how bad it is. The controls are so bad I actually hurt myself. The graphics are cheap and crappy. The on screen instructions are even worse than the game play. The interface was confusing.
Only two games are slightly playable, skeet ball and ring toss. My son, who is 7, did enjoy these two for about 5 minutes only because it was a game we could play together but I highly doubt he will ever want to play it again because the graphics are so bad. Instead we will go back to Wii Sports bowling and Wii Play fishing.
The volley ball game is UNPLAYABLE, very complex and just bizzare. Just try serving, go ahead try it! Then try hitting the ball after serving, button A+upswing to set, button B+down swing to hit, shake the control like crazy to do a super spike. Now do this all in about 2 seconds. No? couldn't do it? We gave up on this game mid-way. So back to Wii Sports Tennis.
And how about that kayacking? Can you even tell what is meant by the Wii remote icon over all 4 players, even though two players are CPU players. And occassionally the Wii remote icons will turn into a Red X, even over the CPU players. I guess those CPU players' Wii remote lost their signal. Back to ANY Wii racing game I ever played (Wii Play cow race, Wii-ware racing games)
Oh and what was it with multi player mode? You pick multiplayer and you are shown 4 boxes with two Wii remote icons in each with no explaination. Ya that makes PERFECT sense to me.
The controls are so horrible and unresponsive, this lack of response will make you swing, flick harder and harder. This caused my arms to hurth. No really hurt.Read more ›
She can play the kayaking race game (and actually beat the rest of us the first try with it). And she can play the paint-the-M&Ms shooting gallery game. The skeeball game is also okay.
The beach volleyball game is ridiculously complicated. My wife and I couldn't figure it out.
Overall, the graphics quality is poor with very little detail. We also had the game lock up on us several times, once so bad that the only way to fix it was to unplug power from the Wii console and plug it back in again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good Used condition M & M Beach Party Wii game. It is very easy to play. My kids love playing this game. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Julie
Haven't played yet, but this game looks super cute. I am sure my 6 year old will be happy with it.Published 15 months ago by CJmom
When I saw this game, I taught it's going to be perfect for the kids (6y). But I made mistake. It's very hard for adults, and you can't imagine how hard it's for the kids. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Ivan i Miki
DISSAPOINTMENT,FUSTRATING,WHORTHLESS.these are 3 words that discribe this game.the games are totally fustrarting,confusing and boring. Read morePublished on January 23, 2011
I am a casual but experienced gamer, and I can have a good time playing simple, goofy games but this one is just not worth it. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by John Myers