Rated 9 out of 10 by FEJ Great first game for 3 year old
Not a challenge at all for seasoned Wii shooters but is a very good game to introduce the Wii to a 3 or 4 year old. It is simple enough that they can play and reset the game themselves without an adult hanging over them. Anamation speed is just the right pace for their hand/eye coordination. You only need to master the "A" and "B" buttons and pointing to play this game. The music has a lot of "Hee Haw" characteristics so you may want to make sure you have a door to close during long play sessions. The need to reload by pressing the "A" button after 5 shots keeps the little mind working and keeps this from just being a mindless shooting spree. Got this for my grandson and he loves it. It has a two player mode so a sibling or YOU can play along iwth them. Watch out for the flying eggs !
Rated 0 out of 10 by soulfoot awesome port
this game has had some success on the PC. It is basically an arcade shooter - imagine duckhunt on steroids with chickens. You earn points for shooting, extend the timer, blow up the screen, try not to get egged. At least thats what happens on the pc. Problem is the pc version got old fast. I use it as a diversion from time to time. Its more challenging than the old Duckhunt thats for sure. i'm not sure why you would want the wii blaster for this, i cant see any need for the nunchuck at all. this is most likely a fun little point and click game.
Rated 3 out of 10 by TophertheGreat Kind of fun at first, but will lose appeal fast
Game is sort of fun at first. Not high quality graphics and getting the shooter to move over the screen to move to other corners isn't entirely easy. It is fun to collect new guns to shoot at the chickens and the eggs they fling at you. However after a few levels the game becomes very annoying. While the new themes seem nice the levels are basically the same and the music will eventually get on your nerves. My preteen foster boy enjoyed playing the game occasionally, but it quickly drove me crazy.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Mr. Pockets + 1/2 Cooly-o #3
This game looks cool and junk... but looks like it'll be a quicky to beat. Is there a Wii shooter remote or not cause I saw in the other reviews there is. Anyways, if there is then that'll make the game 2 times better. Everyone with a Wii should try it ( its cheap...), unless you have a grudge against shooter games.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Aaron Alexander Kids game
I actually think that this could be a good idea because if you think of shooters whether they are first person or third person you think of a game for teens or older people but with the wii-motion then it would probably be fun for kids and easy for them.
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer Things are getting better
and by getting better, I mean not this game for the Wii, but Tomb Raider Anniversary Edition for the Wii!!! Should be good, even though this game may suck, like Wing Island, the future holds much for our little blue light special system!
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer $20
this game is going to be alot like the shooting game on wii play. i think if they really wanted to sell this game they would throw in the blaster or some other product that would make it look more than just a piont and shoot game.
Rated 0 out of 10 by chickenhunter234 looks cool
this game will be really awesome if you have the wii blaster with it. it will almost actually be like you are actually shooting chickens (if the graphics are good). without the wii blaster i think this game would stink though
Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer Fun Game for the PC
I played this game for the PC, and it was a fun little game. Certainly worth the price. Its a great way to relax when you have been at work all day in a corporate environment.
Rated 0 out of 10 by IknowU This game is gonna suck
Just a feeling, but from what I've read, and have experienced from Nintendo's third-party software, this game is gonna suck eggs and will get bad reviews all around the 'net.