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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).

KEY FEATURES:

  • 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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Posted by Morgan Sleeper

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As a video game adaptation of Dreamworks' cave-dweller caper, The Croods: Prehistoric Party casts the film's characters in a Mario Party-style experience for up to four players. It borrows heavily from Nintendo's series, linking disparate mini-games...

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Ryon

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Ryon said:

It heavily reminds me of Crash Bash on PS1. I like good party games, from the looks of this, its only worth a hour of good gameplay then repetition sets in.

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