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The Croods: Prehistoric Party (Wii U)

Released on 12 April 2013

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

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Comment:Brand new and sealed. Game in English (cover and manual in French). Delivered within 5 working days. This game is multilanguage and can be played in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian. Free delivery worldwide!

The Croods: Prehistoric Party! is a laugh out loud family fun video game featuring the Croods - Grug, Ugga, Eep, Thunk, Sandy, Gran and Guy - on a hilarious adventure through 30 unique, fun and addictive party-style mini-games. Compete in events located in five imaginative and dynamic game boards inspired by environments from the film, filled with never-before-seen creatures (some friendly & some not so friendly)! Compete with your friends and family in nonstop madness with up to four-player multi-player for Nintendo's Wii U system and Wii system (single player for handhelds).
  • Challenge Your Friends in 30 Croods Themed Party Games - 30 fun-filled mini-games that will challenge the "Croodest" of players with events like racing on amazing creatures, boxing with "punch monkeys", egg football, rock bowling, and more!
  • Party with the Croods Family - Play as your favorite Crood character including: Grug, Ugga, Eep, Thunk, Sandy, Gran, and Guy.
  • Interact with Imaginative Game Boards and Creatures - Five spectacular and dynamic worlds that feature a wild array of imaginative hybrid creatures like the "Ramu", a cross between a Ram and an Emu and a "Mousephant", a creature the size of a mouse with an elephant's trunk, plus many more cool and unique species!
  • Compete in Four Player Multiplayer Fun - Select any of the characters from the Croods family in four-player multiplayer fun on consoles.
  • Tons of Collectibles and Game Extras - Earn bonus items like colorful eggs, shells, and prehistoric points to unlock artwork and mini-games.

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 Average rating (1 review)

 The Croods is a pretty good Mario Party clone.

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I've got both Mario Party 9 and Wii Party on the Wii, which my family and myself really enjoy playing together. When my eight year old daughter saw the Croods game for the Wii U was a similar style game, she asked to have this game for her birthday. She is also a big fan of The Croods film as well.
Anyway you get to play as seven different characters from the movie which are as follows: Grug, Eep, Guy, Thunk, Shandy, Ugga and Gran. They all make funny comments as you play the game and Grug is voiced by Nicolas Cage. The main mode is called Trailblazer in which up to four people can play. You take it turns at rolling a dice and the first one to finish wins, but along your way you will play mini games and can use special items on eachother.
There is another mode called Hunter Gatherer which plays similar to Trailblazer, but it's the player who has the most eggs before the time or turn limit runs out that wins. There are five boards for you to have fun on which are Desert, Jungle, The Gorges, Coral Fields and Tomorrow. If you just want to play the mini games then there is quick game and tournament mode. There is also a gallery where you can unlock art from the making of the game and stills from the film as well.
The party games are great fun which range from Cave Painter, Corn Rocket Ride, Croods Bowling, Popcorn Punch, Rama Ram You and many more.
There are 30 mini games all together which might sound a lot, but both Mario Party 9 and Wii Party have 80 mini games each. That is more then double and is the only reason why I didn't score The Croods Prehistoric Party any higher. If you can pick this game up cheap then it's well worth getting, because you will have good fun in four player mode with your family. This game will keep my family going until Wii Party U, which is due out this October.

Rating7+ (PEGI)