Critter Round-Up

Critter Round-Up

2008

System
WiiWare
Publisher
Konami
Developer
Epicenter Studios

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 4/10

Overview

Number of Players
4
Genre
Puzzle
Release Date

WiiWare

  • 19th May 2008, 1,000 points (USA)
  • 29th Aug 2008, 1,000 points (UK/EU)
  • 25th Mar 2008 (JPN)
Controller Support
Wii Remote
Feature Support
None

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Reviews

  • 54

    WiiWare

    Review Critter Round-Up

    The animals aren't the only thing that stink in this mediocre WiiWare release.

    Critter Round-Up has been branded by many people as an animal-themed version of the classic arcade game Qix. While that description isn't too far off the mark, there's more to it than simply boxing in area on the screen, but unfortunately it's not enough to keep this quirky WiiWare title from feeling very bland and way..

About The Game

The critters have escaped, and the barnyard is in chaos! It’s up to you to quickly corral the animals in this puzzle-action challenge. You’ll have to mend fences in a hurry to keep all the critters safe and satisfied. But the fun doesn’t stop with the farmland; more than 50 challenging levels take you to several exotic locations, including the outback, the icy Arctic and more.

There’s even a series of minigames for when the critters get you down: Snowball Soccer, Predator Rampage, Chicken Catch and Fence Trap. Up to four players can compete or cooperate as the critters run wild. So roll up those sleeves and grab a friend - those critters won’t catch themselves.