Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix (GCN)
Party 24 October 2005
Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix is another part of the extremely popular music game series launched in 1998. This product comes with a special controller in the form of a dance mat, which allows you to press the appropriate directional combinations with your feet to the rhythm of specific melodies.
Donkey Konga (GCN)
Party 27 September 2004
A musical arcade game from the monkey series Donkey Kong, addressed to the younger part of the players. A special controller in the shape of two drums is attached to the game. The gameplay is based on appropriate tapping out the rhythms of famous songs and moving on to the next stages. The game also offers the possibility of having fun in several people.
Mario Party 7 (GCN)
Party 08 November 2005
Mario Party 7 belongs to the traditional product line, which started in the second half of the 20th century on the memorable Nintendo 64 platform. As usual, we are dealing with a game that works well in a multi-player competition with up to eight users.
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat (GCN)
Party 04 February 2005
The next part of the adventures of the popular gorilla. This time Nintendo decided to combine a music game with a platformer. In Jungle Beat we control the hero with two electronic drums called bongos.
WarioWare Inc.: Mega Party Game$ (GCN)
Party 05 April 2004
Wario Ware Inc.: Mega Party Game$ is a continuation of the series known to GameBoy Color and Advance console owners. Now Wario is also attacking GameCubes! The game contains more than 200 different mini-games in which up to 4 players can take part at the same time.
Donkey Konga 2: Hit Song Parade (GCN)
Party 10 May 2005
Donkey Konga 2 is a continuation of a well-known music game of the same title. Just like the first part, it uses special drums, on which the player will tap the rhythm of the songs on the album.
Mario Party 6 (GCN)
Party 06 December 2004
Mario Party 6 is the next installment of one of the world's most popular party games created by Nintendo. Once again, there were some minor changes in the rules of the game.
Karaoke Revolution Party (GCN)
Party 08 November 2005
The next installment of a popular series of games about music. This time there are about 50 popular songs to sing. Noteworthy is the ability to unlock hidden objects and play modes.
Get on da Mic (GCN)
Get on da Mic is another music game, reminiscent of such productions as Karaoke Revolution or SingStar. This time more than forty of the world's best hits of hip-hop music have been made available for singing, or rather "capturing".
Pac-Man Fever (GCN)
Party 03 September 2002
A representative of the so-called "party game" genre, i.e. a combination of several dozen simple games that do not require any preparation of mini-games. The main roles are played by the most famous Namco game characters.
Disney's Party (GCN)
Party 16 September 2003
Disney's Party is a collection of puzzles that take you into the enchanted Walt Disney world, where you can meet your childhood darlings. The player takes on the role of one of the six fairytale characters: The most important thing is that you have to do with the spirit of Mica, Donald, Minnie, Daisy, Goofy, or Billy - a bold, yet peculiar spirit.
Muppet Party Cruise (GCN)
Party 11 November 2003
Muppets during a cruise party is just joy and great happiness. Piggy, Gonzno, Kermit and other characters known from this cult series return in an excellent setting. Get the title of the biggest slack under the sun - then you will also get on the most desirable deck, and there.... Find out for yourself!
Monopoly Party (GCN)
Party 20 November 2002
Monopoly Party is a console version of the most popular board game, in which we play capitalist and accumulate fortune at the expense of other players. As in the original, a maximum of four players can compete against each other.
Shrek Super Party (GCN)
Party 27 May 2003
Shrek Super Party is a party game, prepared with a view to having fun mainly in multiplayer mode. She was inspired by a computer animation entitled Shrek, which came out of the DreamWorks stables. A large part of the adventures of the green ogre and its companions was created on the basis of the film's prototype.