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It is hard to move around, got stuck on a fence/wall and nothing we did could get us back into the race. Also when trying it out the first time, there was ONE human player and 3 Wii players and you had to wait for them to take their turns, it was a boring wait. You can't just mess around and play different things, you have play the games in sets and to start you only have 2 sets, I assume that eventually it will unlock the other areas. Everyone wanted to snowmobile, but that wasn't possible until you play all the other games and unlock it. I am just thankful we didn't buy this first. We played for about 15 minutes then gave up.
I thought this would be a fun family game,but it was not user friendly.If you got stuck(which happened quite frequently)it was nearly impossible to get going again. I thought it was a little boring having to wait while the rest of the "team" finished. If you played against the computer it was very hard to beat. It was very frustrating to play. Family members who played were ages 7 to adult. I would not recomend it.
With the winter games going on (and after some of us had to dig out from under three feet of snow) it’s the perfect time to enjoy some winter games.
Family Party: 30 Great Games Winter Fun does have 30 games in it - but only 17 Games can be played from the start; 12 of them are divided into three sets of four games each. The other five games can only be played in a Coop area.
To unlock the other 13 games, you have to beat each of the three sets twice; first to unlock the fifth game of the set, then you have to get gold in a set of five.
Once you do that, the fourth set is unlocked and you have to repeat the process over again to unlock the fifth and final set.
Why do these game makers lock up so much material and make it a chore to unlock them? One thing I liked about Rec Room Games is that you got all games up front; we bought 20 games, we can play 20 games right from the start. But not here.
Nope, you have to deal with the clunky controls that can make some games extremely hard (like the downhill skiing, snowboarding, the ski jump and Cliff Climbing) It’s got so bad they had to dumb down the AI a lot to make up for the controls.
So, what do you get for winning (other than being able to play all the games)? A bunch of really cheap looking metals. It really makes me wonder if the time spent playing this game is worth it.
Unless you are a die hard fan of party games, I suggest you give 30 Great Games Winter Fun a pass. SKIP IT.