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BUZZ Jr.! Jungle Party

6 Ratings: 3.0
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Take part in a variety of wild and wacky mini games in a jungle environment. With an easy Buzzer in hand, you can go head-to-head against up to three of your family members or friends to see if you have the skills you need to be crowned "King of … see full wiki

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6 reviews about BUZZ Jr.! Jungle Party
review by . June 07, 2008
Although a little intimidating at first with all of buzzers---and we had never heard of the game---it soon proved to be great fun!! The games are easy to get the hang of...and it provided a little bonding time for the entire family. Once getting the hang of it the trick was getting OFF of it...or at least getting the kids to allow you to get off!! Wonderful fun and a real treat......      DYB
review by . March 20, 2008
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This game is perfect for parents to play with their kids. I'm glad they are making games like this that will help bring parents and kids closer... like board games and reading books does. I can't really say anything bad about it except like any video game, you'll probably get bored of it after a while.
review by . March 07, 2008
. . . for young children.    I appreciate the fact that this game is designed for the PlayStation 2. Those of us who have not upgraded are still in need of games!    I'm a parent, and as such, asked my kids to play and review this game. My 13-year-old son said "Three Stars". My almost 15-year-old daughter (who played the game with her much younger siblings) said "Five Stars". My younger children loved it.    Honestly, in this situation, …
review by . January 17, 2008
Ever since the world was introduced to "Mario Party" people just can't get enough of party games. "Buzz Junior: Jungle Party" is yet another party game that attempts to capture some of the popularity of the aforementioned game. The problem games like this normally has is if a game requires a special controller, the game normally fails to catch on("Dance Dance Revolution" is a rare exception). Thankfully, "Buzz Junior: Jungle Party" takes care of this problem by not only including the special Buzz …
review by . January 01, 2008
This game is great from many aspects and it's true that it's ageless for family fun. The first day we got this game the kids played it for about 3 hours straight until my husband and I got in on the action. The game play is easy to grasp for old and young alike. They have the Buzz controllers, which basically each have four colored buttons, Orange, Green, Yellow, and Blue, and one big red "Buzz" button. Having looked at what other games are available for the Buzz controller, there appears to be …
review by . December 31, 2007
We tested this game at my house with a group of players from 16 to 25 in age, and some older spectators. The game was challenging, and provoked lots of hilarity and competition. Still, there is no reading required, and no great advantage to being older or more experienced, so I think that this game would be fun for the preschool set as well.  There are a number of different choices for playing the game, including a random series of quick games, longer games, or a list of games you choose …
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