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About the Product
- Play the classic games that you know and love.
- Exciting new ways to play every game like Connect Four Power Chips, Boggle Portal Cubes, Reverse Yahtzee and Battleship Barrage.
- Choose the game room theme that's right for you
- Earn new game themed trophies, furniture and decorations to customize your game.
- Quickly build a custom Party Game by choosing your favorite games, number of players, and time you want to play
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Top Customer Reviews
Nothing fancy here, just the standards like Boggle, Battleship, Yahtze, Connect Four, and Sorry! It's a good mix of games with a variety of skill sets for the entire family.
The games play like the standard non-electronic games, but also incorporate a number of interesting variations of the standard games.
We also enjoy having Mr Potato Head serving as the Master-of-Ceremonies, though we wish he spoke more. He does not say much, but DOES celebrate or shake his head sadly depending on your performance.
The graphics are not remarkable, but are crisp, clean, and well-rendered. The user-interface is well-designed, with a few flaws here and there where you may trip over your fingers. This game does NOT represent an innovative use of the Wii controller, though it IS a nice touch to shake the Wii-mote to shake the dice cup. Overall, no major complaints and we are enjoying the game. Probably should be listed at a lower price than $36, but cheaper than buying each of the individual games. This game makes a good edition to your Wii library as a game that doesn't take videogame playing skill. If you can play, the physical versions of these games, you will have no problem with the electronic edition.
As with the original versions, these are more fun when played in a group, but they also work well in one-player mode. Highly Recommended!
The kids have played some of the games in HFGN: Sorry, Sorry Sliders, and Connect 4. The port of Sorry is a little easier to play than the original (they deal out 5 cards, and you can choose to play one of them), and that works better than the original for my kids. However, we play on a 25" TV, and the blocks are a little small on our screen. Sorry Sliders is probably the most fun: it really works on the Wii nicely. The other games are good, but the controls are a little clunky. It would have been nice if they included a round-robin tournament for 2-player games like Battleship and Connect 4, not unlike the way they do Table Tennis in Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games.
The game also awards trophies and prizes to each player, a lot like Mario Party 8. The kids really like that.
Overall, we like it. It has room for improvement, but it's fun for us
Our favorite games were definately Battleship and Boggle and with an age range between 9 - 53 years in our household it was enjoyed by everyone. My husband and youngest daughter loved battleship and found the variations to the regular game a lot more fun.
The controls are easy to use for children and not complicated in any way. Boggle can get a little confusing when you have 4 people all trying to highlight letters but I think that added to the fun of it all.
Connect Four was a little boring, but it's not really a game I like to play much off the wii.
We couldn't figure out Sorry, but we were having so much fun with Boggle and Battleship we didn't really care and I'm sure if we bothered to read the booklet that came with the game we'd figure it out quickly enough.
Overall I'd give the game a 9 out of 10 simply for Battleship and Boggle.
After a seven hour marathon with a friend playing Yahtzee, we realized we were addicted. Fun twists on the Battleship like super weapons & Salvo (which lets you have a hit for every ship you have left on the board.) Connect 4 has Super Chips that have special options, and
Sliders is a fun stress reliever.
Also has fun competitive modes for parties, where you have to do little tasks (like roll a certain dice or shoot the pawn at a certain speed.)
I would highly recommend this game for adults & families.
In response to the reviewer who said their kids were bored after 30 minutes--that is the normal attention span for their age. Hopefully you were playing the games with them since 6 is a bit young to play the board versions and they would normally get frustrated for not having the cognitive skill set to fully play the games.
If your family enjoys these board games, then play the board games. Trying to play them on the Wii just doesn't work.
Not only did I have to explain the game rules (which is fine), but then I had to explain how to get it all done using the Wii remote. "Sorry" was particularly frustrating since it's a board game we already own. It would have been so much simpler, and faster, to just haul out "Sorry" and play it rather than try to re-explain how to play it on the Wii.
It's cute and looks like it's going to be a lot of fun, but it just isn't. My oldest was dying to play "Battleship." After about 1/3 through, she turned to me and said, "I want to be done."
"Me too," I said.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoying this game so far! I love that you can choose the classic version or spice things up. Very fun to play with family or friends!Published 1 month ago by Jaclyn
Bought as a birthday present and my friend loves the assortment of games.Published 13 months ago by Eileen A. Ellefson
We have the Wii version. The menus are kind of annoying to navigate.
Whoever did the programming on the Yahtzee part did a horrible job. Read more
I rate it at 4 because sometimes the background color is too close to or matches the color of the game pieces. With my eyes not real good, sometimes it makes it a little harder. Read morePublished 17 months ago by liquorish