About the Product
- Free party invitations and special Duncan Hines coupon included to bring the virtual party into reality.
- Over 20 classic birthday party games including Pin the Tail, Hot Potato, Present Frenzy, Balloon Popper, Musical Chairs, Sack Race and many more.
- Ten different girl and boy themed party rooms including: pirate, glamour, sports, princess, construction, stuffed animals, monsters, magical forest, army men and music.
- Customize customizable for any birthday boy, girl, friends and family (even grandma).
- Accommodates up to 12 players (via shared Wii Remotes).
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Top Customer Reviews
This is basically a series of mini-games for kids with a birthday party thrown in as a way to connect everything. Before starting, your child gets to choose the theme for their party. Then the fun begins- the more games your kids play, the more "components" they get for their themed party room- decorations, party hats, special chairs, presents, and cake. (There's also an option to play the games one at a time without the party, but we liked the idea of moving from game to game without having to pick what comes next.)
The mini-games are cute, but I found their range a little strange. Some were very easy for my almost-four year old to play, and others, which *seemed* simple, wound up requiring lots sweat and concentration from my husband to just complete. The game does point out winners, but very discretely, so that kids of all ages and skills can play together and celebrate. The basic goal is to finish each little game so that more prizes for the party can be earned.
Sometimes the game screens were a little confusing, too. For some games it would break into four separate screens so that each player had their own space to complete the task, and for others, the four players share the screen. These were the hardest for my daughter at fist- there's no clear designation which pointer belongs to which player, so at first there's always a bit of scrambling around trying to figure out what's happening.
The birthday party is really nothing special. It's certainly cute, but definitely not a "birthday party in a box" as is suggested. I would not advise chucking out all your big party plans and inviting some of your kid's friends over to celebrate with this game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought this for our 5 year old granddaughter. She LOVES it! We play together because some are too difficult for her, but we have lots of fun playing all of the party games.Published 5 months ago by Grammie
Easy enough for 4 and 6 year olds but also fun for adults. Short games but plenty to choose from.Published 16 months ago by Roxie Paws
The game worked beautifully the first couple times. Now when I load the CD WiiU tells me to refer to the manual and game doesn't load. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dominique
Christmas gift for two little girls, ages 4 and 6. They love this, its easy enough for them to play and understand but its also a ton of fun. So happy with this.Published on January 29, 2014 by Kacey