With 11 games in all, Game Party 2 for the Wii console includes fun to play games that will provide hours of enjoyment with friends and family. Game Party 2 features new games like Bean Bags, Horseshoes, Lawn Darts, Puck Bowling and more. Each game, including classics like Skill Ball, Darts and Hoop Shoot has exciting new features like four player mode, customizable characters and tournament play, making Game Party 2 the ultimate party game for all ages and skill levels.
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11 Games in All
Four-player action available for all games: Never play alone again! Get together with friends and family to see who can rank #1 in all 11 games. If the party gets too big, set up tournaments for up to sixteen players!
Individual profiles: Players can now create a profile to track their progress and skill level as they play. Multiple players can create and use profiles, taking the game to a level playing field creating an enjoyable experience for everyone.
Create your own characters: Utilize the new Create-a-Player system to design unique characters to fit individual styles.
Discover extended content by earning tickets that enable players to unlock new game modes, a variety of playing surfaces and equipment, as well as unlocking additional create-a-player assets.
Number of Players
up to 4 players
Game Party II is rated
3.9 out of
Rated 5 out of
Great features!I used to bought this game but I made a mistake of trading it in. But I got it back!
Date published: 2018-10-01
Rated 4 out of
family funBought this a few weeks ago and my family and I enjoy the playing experience
Date published: 2018-07-01
Rated 3 out of
Better than the first, but huge improvement roomThe game is ok. There are more games now than before and more characters and unlockables. I wish the tournament mode was also single player. Definitely for the party people.
Date published: 2011-09-13
Rated 3 out of
ok gameif ur into these kinds of games stick with wii sports resort and wii play
Date published: 2011-03-31
Rated 2 out of
RepetitiveI suppose the game is alright, but it is extremely repetitive with poor graphics. The graphics don't bother me too much, as I don't play the wii for that, but the game play is quite boring. If you reeeally like playing games where you throw things, then this is for you. Otherwise, steer clear.
Date published: 2010-11-29
Rated 5 out of
Great Party GameIf your looking for a great game to play with family and friends, this is it. The games you get to play are fairly realistic and the controls are pretty accurate. Its fun for hours on end and its replay value is great. The graphics could be a bit better but the fun value you get from the game more than makes up for that. The character selections you get to choose from are a little lacking and it would be nice for a better more realistic selection, but that still doesn't take away from the excitement of the games. The shuffle board, lawn darts, and horse shoes are by far the best games on the disc, but the other games are not far behind. Overall i would rate this game very high and would recommend it to anyone that wants great game to play with family and friends.
Date published: 2009-03-23
Rated 5 out of
Great family party game!This is a fun social game for family, friends and groups of any kind. My in-laws in their seventies had a blast with us on this game while playing with their kids and grandkids alike! Grandma got a sore shoulder from horseshoes! It truly is a "party" game. Wii Sports is great but it doesn't compare to this for variety. These are the types of games you grow up playing with the family! This game is at least as interactive as Wii Sports (if not more) due to the variety of games and varied use of the controllers. As stated above the controls for a few of the games do require a bit of "learning" but are similar to other Wii games for most. Darts and QB Challenge use the controller in an inverted position that is easily learned by kids and adults alike. Lawn Darts, skeet (skee) ball and Horseshoes are all the same motions as bowling in WiiSports. Sensitivity of the controllers is apparent and control of right or left motion is accurately reflected in your results. If your arm is "drifting" to one side in horseshoes or lawn darts this is apparent and easily correctable as the controls are extremely intuitive. The Trivia Challenge is also a lot of fun in a more traditional "board" game style. For families, friends, relatives and groups this game is hours of fun! I would recommend it for "kids" of any age as it is very "party" friendly and appropriate for families.
Date published: 2009-03-14
Rated 4 out of
Not as bad as they sayMy main interest in the Wii is games that can be played with my family, who are all adults. Game Party was recommended to me by a friend but when I read the details and saw that not all games were multiplayer, I was unsure of the purchase. Then I stumbled across this version and was delighted to find that all of the games here included multiplayer. We had a blast playing darts, ski ball, their version of beer pong... There really isn't one game here that we didn't find worthy of purchase. We found the controls to be very easy and intuitive. You're really making the motions you would if you were playing the games in real life. They aren't as crisp as Wii Sports, but there is definitely side to side motion as well as forward force involved. And anytime the onscreen guide isn't clear enough, there are detailed instructions in the user's manual. The graphics and sound are average, there's nothing outstanding there. I enjoy that you can create your own player for the game (think Miis) and that it saves your stats. You do have to choose your player each time you start a different game (unlike how it remembers your Miis), but that's only a slight annoyance. I'd say the only issue we really had was how to score in certain games. The game itself does not offer an explanation and in some cases the manual was only slightly more help. It took us forever to figure out shuffleboard since none of us had ever played it before. All in all, a worthy party game for the Wii. If any of the games interest you, I would definitely recommend the purchase!