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- Play as an elite detective called in to investigate a bizarre series of mysteries. Search the scenes for clues, question suspects and utilize sleuthing skills to crack the case
- Play alone or with up to four people in head-to-head gameplay, or team up in cooperative mode to solve the case
- The Wii Remote becomes a lock pick, a flashlight and more. Quick wits and reflexes are needed in dozens of mini-games to uncover clues and gather information from suspects
- Each level can be replayed again and again with a different ending every time
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OverviewDisney Guilty Party is a fun and hilarious mystery party game, exclusively for Wii™. Friends and family play as the savvy sleuths of the world-famous Dickens Detective Agency to investigate a series of crimes and identify the guilty party. Explore a variety of mysterious locations - each with a unique twist. The Wii Remote™ is used to collect clues and interrogate suspects via fun pick-up-and-play minigames. With enough evidence gathered, players can identify the guilty party and solve the case - but the Dickens Detective Agency has many enemies, and there's always another suspect lurking in the shadows...
About Disney Interactive StudiosDisney Interactive Studios, part of Disney Interactive Media Group, is the interactive entertainment affiliate of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS). Disney Interactive Studios self publishes and distributes a broad portfolio of multi-platform video games, mobile games and interactive entertainment worldwide. The company also licenses properties and works directly with other interactive game publishers to bring products for all ages to market. Disney Interactive Studios is based in Glendale, California, and has internal development studios around the world.
Dorian Dickens, AKA Through hard work and an impressive knack for mystery-solving, Dorian "The Commodore" Dickens built his family into the finest detective agency in the world. He loves his job, but finds himself increasingly tempted to stay home - perhaps with a nice bowl of pudding - and let his family do the sleuthing.
Olivia Dickens Back when the Dickens Detective Agency was still a one-man operation, Olivia applied for a job as a typist and ended up marrying the CEO. Although not technically a detective, her motherly advice and affection make her a critical part of the agency.
Max Dickens The Commodore's son didn't want to be a detective; his true calling was the theatrical stage. However, after working in the family business for several years, a hardboiled gumshoe is still the only role he knows how to play.
Ling-Ling Johnson Growing up around the most respected detectives in the world, Ling-Ling has become a top-notch sleuth in her own right. When she's not on a case she loves to invent quite a few bits of technology to assist the Dickens family - such as their handheld lie detectors.
Charlotte Dickens-Johnson Charlotte loves cracking cases with logic - but she also knows Kung Fu, and she's not afraid to use it. On her own she is a fearsome crime-fighter – but with the rest of the Dickens Detective Agency behind her, she is unstoppable.
Butch Johnson Butch's background as a policeman taught him how to handle tough suspects. Now, as part of the Dickens Detective Agency, he prefers to use his brains instead of his brawn. With his wife Charlotte and daughter Ling-Ling at his side, he's a part of a well-rounded detective unit.
Rudyard Dickens as The youngest member of the family is fully immersed in his alternate persona of Kid Riddle: masked mastermind, boy brainiac, and juvenile genius! His enthusiasm sometimes gets the better of him, but he usually makes up for it with energetic crime scene investigation.
Phoebe Dickens Unlike her big brother Max, Phoebe enjoys detective work so much that she's training with the FBI in her spare time. As a result of her FBI fieldwork - or perhaps her arduous experience as the mother of Kid Riddle - she will get tough when necessary. Not a mom you want to mess with.
Top Customer Reviews
The game plays out as roughly a videogame version of Clue. After you select your detective (which doesn't change anything but the one liners thrown out during turns), you are settled with a mystery to solve. You can move your character through multiple rooms looking for clues which are shown with big question marks. Searching around the rooms can also find you bonus tokens which can be used to move through more rooms or investigate more items.
Each clue generally launches a minigame, some difficult and entertaining (such as picking locks and breaking combinations), some painfully easily (the bribing minigame is a waste). After you get the clue you try to determine whether it helps identify one of four characteristics of the villian, which can then make a sketch of as you go.
After each turn, suspects move from room to room and bad guys may make things more difficult by turning off lights or locking doors. Playing cards that you earn every turn can help get past such problems.
It can be competitive or cooperative, but the cooperative story mode, which features great and funny dialogue is my personal favorite.
I literally have trouble thinking of a person that wouldn't enjoy this game for a short or long session with others (it could get a bit dry alone). A hearty recommend from me.
Only one disappointment we beat story mode in 3 hours. I wish there was more to the story mode. But the kids love the mini games. My son that is 11 is almost done with story mode on his own. Its a great party or family game.
Way to go Disney! Another great game!
Basically you choose a character and then go to various rooms collecting clues. When you've collected all the clues (usually around 20) then you accuse a suspect. I should also add that there are only 8 levels and then you've beat the game. It took us about a half hour to beat each level. When you go to get a clue, you have to beat a mini game before you earn the clue. Some of the mini games were a bit challenging, but they all were definitely fairly easily beaten.
Overall, I'd say this game is definitely geared more towards kids around 12 maybe. I thought it would be a good party game for any age, but it's not in my opinion. There are manyyy mini games, but you have to play a pretty involved game in order to get to the mini games. It was fun, but I honestly can't see us playing it many more times. It really was a lot like Clue for Wii. Fun, but I wouldn't call it a party game, even though it has a party mode.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Finding cooperative game play was a delightful surprise! This is a great game to play with a group of two to four people. My wife and I had a lot of fun!Published 1 month ago by Kristopher Chavez
This was a gift for a nephew as a request for his Wii. He loves the game Clue and wanted this game. He loves it. When I call he seems to always be playing this game. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sue
A few years back, I played this game and I fell in love with the family game. It did keep me on my toes all the way through the end of who the guilty party was. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Drew Davis
I bought this game with the full intention of playing it with my (almost) 4 year old daughter. This game is pretty good in consideration to what a lot of the new games are like. Read morePublished 8 months ago by BriAnn
I'm 20+ years old and this game is so fun. It's very difficult when you play with just one person (you only have so many turns and if you're locked in a room you can use ten turns... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nirvookix
Guilty Party is a wonderful game:
- It has repeated play-ability (even after you beat it)
- All ages enjoy it
- Great for parties or just for family and friends... Read more