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Released on 23 February 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (15 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Sold by: englishlions

Condition: Used - Like New

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Sold by: RetroGames

Condition: Used - Very Good

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Comment: Used but working perfectly, boxed with instructions PLEASE SOME SOME LIGHT SCRATCHES.

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Kororinpa is a puzzle game in which players navigate cute balls (e.g. marbles & melons) from a start point to a goal through many different mazes. The balls are controlled using the motion sensor in the Wii remote (and nunchuck in multi player) and does not require the use of any button; when players tilt the controller, in any direction, the maze will tilt accordingly.

The player has full control of the maze and can rotate it a full 180 degrees, therefore extravagant level design will challenge players not only in their skills on keeping the ball from falling over the ridge, but also on analysing the levels in what path to take. As players roll their way to the goal they also have to pick up all the red crystals in a stage in order to unlock the goal, this adds another challenge to every level.
  • Tilt the Wii Remote to tilt the maze and roll your ball to the goal.
  • Game features over 40 stages inc. 5 bonus stages.
  • Challenge a friend in two-player split-screen race mode, to see who can finish a maze first.
  • 2 player Multiplayer Mode only requires one remote and one nunchuck.
  • Unlock new balls and use their special properties to negotiate the mazes.
  • Includes a wide variety of themed courses including forests, a city and a land made of candy
  • Each course is littered with obstacles including magnets and slippery water.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (15 reviews)

 A great game, While it lasts

| | See all gamefreak666's reviews (27)

A great marble maze game with fantastically responsive controls. The only problem with the game is that there are not enough mazes / game modes, so it is all over far too quickly.

 Brilliant game

| | See all Fluffy1987's reviews (1)

Kororinpa is a very addictive game, hours can pass while playing it without noticing! Lovely little balls from marbles to things like animals and food to roll around the mazes

 Excellent Fun

| | See all murphyz's reviews (3)

This game was given to me as a present and I was very dubious about it, having played 'marble madness' as a teen I thought this would be along the same lines. However, as soon as I started to play it my doubts had been cleared up - as it's a wonderfully fun game.

The controls are easy to pick up and you'll soon learn to tilt the Wiimote at full pace to pick up speed and then quickly bring it back level and beyond to slow the ball quickly and turn corners at pace. This is where the fun begins. Sure, the levels are nice to work your way through and get to the end, but the real fun is in beating the previous times, getting gold on all levels and in beating your friends in split screen mode - especially with a few drinks to lessen the reactions.

Some levels you will zip though quickly, others may have you stuck for a while. I remember one level took about 30 minutes to complete but then going back to do a time trial after completing it the time went down to 4 minutes.

There are a number of different balls that you can play as, but most of them are for novelty value and, I guess, for the children as I found myself playing with the original ball 90% of the time. There's also a few secret course which are easy to unlock, but always good to have in a game like this.

The review states it's a puzzle game, but don't expect any problem solving puzzles really - it's just a case of working out how to get to the end and just looking at your surroundings will show you the way.

The review also states "The balls are controlled using the motion sensor in the Wii remote (and nunchuck in multi player) " - but don't worry, as you can play multi player with two Wiimotes. I play against the house mate and neither of us plug in the nunchuk.


 Addictively Fun.

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I Bought This Simply Because I Love Mercury Games So When I Saw The Trailor For This I Was So Excited. The Game Its Self Is Really Short But You Seem To Play The Levels More And More Trying To Get A Quicker Time And Collecting Them Special Crystals To Unlock Some Of The Cooler Balls. This Game Makes Great Use Of The Wii Controller And Will Keep Loads Of People Happy.

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Rating3+ (PEGI)