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Carnival: Funfair Games

Released on 19 October 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (183 customer reviews) | Write a review

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All the fun and excitement of your favourite carnival games on your Wii. It's the perfect multiplayer game for friends and family alike. Are you ready to rack up the points in a game of classic Alley Ball? Got the muscle to ring the bell in Test of Strength? Been practicing your accuracy for the famed Milk Bottle Throw? Ready to get wet in the Dunk Tank? If yes, then join the action as your Wii Remote transforms from a sledgehammer to a frog flinger. Master all the classic carnival games and the ultimate prize could be yours - the virtual goldfish in a bag!
  • Over 25 family-friendly games including Frog Leap, Clown Splash, Ring Toss, Dunk Tank, Day at the Races, Lucky Cups, Hoops, Shooting Gallery, Hole-in-One, Nerves of Steel and even The Great Swami - the mysterious fortune teller.
  • Innovative Wii controller actions - use your skills to get the better of your rivals.
  • Win over 250 virtual carnival prizes like goldfish, pirate swords and giant stuffed animals!
  • Have fun personalizing your in-game characters with wearable rewards like the famous Viking horns and Bling necklace.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (183 reviews)

 Great hit with the lads!

| | See all Ryanwhite123's reviews (7)

This is a great game for when you have the lads round for a few beers. The mini games are well designed and all of them are really fun.

For £15 u cant expect anything mind blowing but for the money its amazing! Anyone giving it less than 3 stars deserves a slap with a wet fish. What do you expect for £15!!?

 carnival: Funfair Games

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If you buy one game for all the family this year , then buy this!!...... 25 mini games with loads of extras to unlock which adds lifespan to a great game....if this game was out when the Wii was launched nintendo would probably included it with the console. Brings back fond memories of the real fairgrounds and amusement parks without having to pay £1 a shot, it even has the machine to try and grab prizes which costs you virtual tickets that you win at the stalls and not hard cash which is just aswell because it's just as tricky as the real thing!!!....all in all i would honestly say it's worth the small price tag and it also mananges to use the motion sensors in the Wii remote perfectly. OK so it doesn't have stunning graphics but they're good enough for the purpose intended. All the games are very addictive and you can even trade smaal prizes for bigger prizes and then trade them for unlockables futher into the game. basically it's not only a game of skill but also chance which is what the fair grounds are all about really and i would rate it 10/10 for family fun and 7/10 for graphics , it will keep you and you're kids happy for a long time.

 The kids will love this

| | See all silvercat's reviews (1)

This is a great game for the price and the kids will love it. We have several Wii games but they always want to play this one the most. Some games are quite difficult. It's a great game for adults and children to play together.

 OK Cheapy

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Presumably this is trying to be a variant on Wii Sports, although only a third of the mini games are worth playing - the rest seem to rely on blind luck, and there's precious little of that in supply. Also, if playing multiplayer with one controller you have to swap over after every single go, rather than completing your round - and control switches over to the other player immediately so a lot of the time your opponent makes a poor throw while the controller is being passed from person-to-person. Finally; considering the decidedly average graphics, the game engine appears to be struggling in places - but I suppose it's good enough for what it is.

 Favourite mini-game collection ever

| | See all lostmarbles's reviews (15)

This collection of mini-games themed around funfair sideshows has something for everyone. from duck-shooting for the precise to test-your-strength for the energetic.

With so many games you'd be hard-put not to find some that you like, and the simple and quick nature of them means that you can play for a few minutes or a decent session.

The prizes you get for good scores give you tickets to kit out your character, and there are unlockable prizes in many of the games.

Some of the prizes are hilarious in themselves - the rapping giraffe is my favourite.

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Rating3+ (PEGI)