Croods: Prehistoric Party! Another great family game you can play this summer without paying too much. The title combines party and board game elements with the world imagined in the new Dreamwork movie. CroodsPlayers who have participated in a Mario Party session or played similar games Croods: Prehistoric Party! Players progress through a variety of board game-inspired levels while completing mini-games, collecting shells, and purchasing in-game items for boosts. All of this is presented in a great presentation that presents the film well and provides a great title for family fun.
The game features main characters from The Croods such as Grug, Ugga, Eep, Thunk, Sandy, Gran and Guy as playable characters. Other recognizable characters and locations are taken from the movies for the game’s adaptation, including the adorable Sloth Belt, who was voiced by director Chris Sanders in the game. No, but fans of the game will love playing as their favorite characters from the movies and laughing as they travel through the new worlds of Tomorrow.
Croods: Prehistoric Party! offers several ways to play, such as playing each of the 30 minigames included in the game, or playing a long board game with minigame tiles around the board. Up to 4 players can participate in a session with the goal of reaching the finish line first in Trailblazer or collecting the most eggs in Hunter Gatherer mode (when playing on Wii U he has 1 person controls the gamepad). With 30 different mini-games, there are some games that certain members of the family enjoy more than others, but before each mini-game starts there is a vote to always pick a favorite among the 3 choices. It looks like Each game comes with instructions and tutorials to make sure everyone knows the rules and controls before the game starts. Some gamers may find switching between buttons and touch screens too tedious, but it doesn’t affect the overall enjoyment of each game.
Croods: Prehistoric Party! Only the desert stage is available when you first launch the game, featuring a total of five different game boards. Each time you play the game you unlock a new board, each session earns prehistoric points, and you can later unlock the concept his art, movie character steels, trailers and many more collectibles included in the game. can be used to unlock. This gives the player a reason not only to have fun with his family, but to always come back to the game to unlock his 100% of in-game items. The game even has hidden Easter eggs for players to find and enjoy themselves.
The presentation quality is surprisingly high Croods: Prehistoric Party! The game features second string voice acting that tends to drag on some of the game’s authenticity, but it’s hard to argue against the fun choices in the minigames. Whether you’re carefully working your way through the hurdles of the game or channeling all your artistic abilities while painting cave paintings, players will have fun and be confident they’re glad they got their hands on this title for the low price. Let’s get through this summer with Croods: Prehistoric Party!
offline multiplayer 1-4
30 unique mini-games
Play as a character from The Croods
Developer: torus game
the publisher: D3 Publisher
Platforms: Nintendo Wii U (Reviewed), Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS & Nintendo 3DS
Release Date: March 19, 2013
Score: 6 out of 10