All the cute fun of the little blue cartoon and movie classic characters comes in family friendly form with The Smurfs Dance Party for the Nintendo Wii.
With more than 20 child-friendly songs that all come with easy-to-learn dance moves, the game is aimed at the kids and lets them dance along with characters such as Papa Smurf, Smurfette and Clumsy Smurf. The dance moves have all been choreographed by real life dance experts. But the kids don't have to play on their own, as there are also plenty of multiplayer modes to be enjoyed kids and parents.
• Number of players: 1-4
• Development Company: Land Ho!
• Software House: Sony Pictures Animation
• Video Dimensions: 3D
• Publisher: Ubisoft
• Point Of View: Third person, into the screen
I originally got the game for the kids knowing how much they love the smurfs, who thought I would be the one who uses it the most? You follow the smurfs as they dance, you have the option of choosing the song or using random or non stop list, the thought of non stop doesn't fill me with joy. You can also put it on story mode which the kids enjoy rather a lot but I'm too impatient to work my way through the story.
I find it easy to use and never realised just how much those little blue people move and how they move almost every body part available. I know most the songs but they have customised them to suit smurfs so you have Gargamel singing and dancing to Who let the smurfs out? which is one of my son's favourite songs so I get to do it often.
You can do multi player for this one and my son thinks it is great when we both have a control and he beats me.
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