Oops! Prank Party Wii Game

Instead of watching tv at night, we have been playing family friendly games with the kids. Evan has gotten really good at playing Wii and Isabella is our #1 cheerleader.

The Oops! Prank Party Wii game has been providing our family with lots of laughs over the past few weeks.
With more than 100 brain-teasing, puzzle-solving, reflex-testing party games, Oops! Prank Party even makes losing fun with embarrassing costumes and pranks for the mini-game winner to assign to any losing player, who will be stuck in the silly costume for the duration of the game. With unlockable levels and one of the most robust avatar creators in a party game, players can put their personality directly into the game, including more than 500 avatar customization elements.

Our Thoughts:
Oops! Prank Party is great for families because up to 4 players can play at a time.  You can customize each character which is always a fun game in itself.

Evan's favorite part of any Wii game is choosing which game one we will play.  With Oops! Prank Party, there are over 100 short games for him to play with.  There are small tiles with pictures of each game on them and he always has to be the one that picks what game we're going to play.

Whoever wins the games gets to put silly costumes on the losers.  Usually the winner has to pick one player to wear the silly outfit.  The outfits are things like bee outfits, leotards, etc.

As with all games, there are a few of the short games that Evan can't play well yet, but there are many that he has mastered.  I think playing Wii is really helping him with hand-eye coordination and he is learning to cheer on others even if he loses.  It is a great bonding activity for families of all ages.

Be sure to visit Oops! Prank Party to learn more and play the trial game.

Buy It!

You can purchase Oops! Prank Party for $19.99.

This was not a paid post and honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

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Oka said...

I have to say, since school started, there has been no time for video games. In fact, we didn't use the Wii until this past Sunday evening.

this looks like one my kids would love.

Jessica Nunemaker said...

Hm. Might be a nice change from Mario Kart.

Becca said...

This sounds super cute! I wish all games were that inexpensive!

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