From the EA Casual Entertainment label,Smarty Pants finally levels the playing fieldfor people of all ages, allowing simultaneousplay using age-targeted trivia plus actionbasedgestures, making it a truly transgenerationalgame made exclusively for theWii™.
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Tailoring questions to the contestant's age,gamers from eight to eighty can join in onthe fun all at the same time. Every player'sanswer is tracked, and the gameautomatically adjusts the difficulty level toprovide continuous stimulation andinteractive challenges that are ageappropriate. Exciting Wii gestures makeeverything a game, from spinning thecategory wheel and tug-of-wars over correctanswers, to dance-offs for additionalpoints.Smarty Pants boasts multiple game modesincluding a family mode, a single team raceagainst time and a rapid-fire competitivemode perfect for groups of friends. With bothcompetitive and collaborative game modesand 20,000 questions in multiple categories,the fun is virtually endless!
It's Anybody's Game!
20,000 questions in multiple categoriesare filtered according to age, givingevery player an equal shot at being theultimate Smarty Pants.
Raise Your Hands and Dance!
From cranking the spinner and dancingto the intuitive gesture of raising yourhand, Smarty Pants features userfriendlycontrols. Use 1-4 Wii remotes—no nunchuck required!
The Fun Never Ends!
Take on your friends and your parents inmultiple game modes including quick-fireversus and team-based co-op. Get a 4-player game going for some incrediblyfun, fast-paced multiplayer mayhem!
Categories and questions that are fullylocalized with country appropriatecontent for North America, UK, France,Germany, Spain and Italy!
Smarty Pants is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Very fun, but you run out of questions fast. Rent!This is one of the best party games to rent every few months because it does have a lot of questions and great categories, but if you wanted to play this a lot, the questions start seeming familiar after just a few rounds. I haven't found anyone who didn't have fun from my mom who doesn't play games to my 'hardcore gamer' friends. The graphics are what you would expect from a trivia game (not ugly, but simple and bright), the sound is clear and good but gimicky of a party type game. I rerent it occasionally about the time I've forgotten all the answers to replay.