(3DS eShop)

Funfair Party Games (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

Multiplayer fun at the fair with movement control and eleven amazing attractions!

Use your Mii™ to play live multiplayer games or master all the attractions in single player mode and beat the international high scores. In addition to classic control options, you can move your Nintendo 3DS™ to take aim at targets with your gun or control the circle of hot wire in arcade mode. You can also throw darts, basketballs and more by imitating the realistic movement with the Nintendo 3DS™. Sound crazy? That's because it is - and a ton of fun to boot!

Game Review


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Posted by Morgan Sleeper

No Fair

Taking classic arcade and carnival redemption games as its inspiration, Funfair Party Games combines two things 3DS owners are quite familiar with by now: a collection of mini-games and well-meaning but flawed motion controls. With eleven games of varying...

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User Comments (5)



CrimsonTurtle8 said:

Looks fun but $20 is freaking steep. I mean I haven't played it, but for those types of carnival games and with only 11 of them, I can't imagine paying more than $5.



Schprocket said:

Only Au$15.00 here... surely it's not actually more expensive in the US?

I was hoping for a review but have yet to find one.



Joindots said:

We are the developer of "Funfair Party Games"; I am Thorsten, the CEO of Joindots. And I wanted to share some information and thoughts with you. We decided for the 19,99 US$ price tag as the combination of funfair games plus motion control plus multiplayer was a very huge investment. Sure we had a lot of fun during the development of this game, but at the end we need to have some money to start another development. Also we really thought that the price fits to the game.

We learned that most of you think that this price is too high. So we are thinking about what to do also regarding the players which already bought the game. It would be awesome if you could let us know which price tag you would like to see. “Funfair Party Games” makes the most fun when playing multiplayer. But multiplayer makes no sense when too less people play the game. Let us know what you think!

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