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Gummy Bears Minigolf 


Just saying the names of certain games puts a smile on my face. Gummy Bears Minigolf is one of those games. Who doesn't enjoy eating some gummy bears? So playing a video game based on them immediately brings a smile to my face. Will you be chewing on this game, and it get stuck in your teeth? Or will it leave a pleasant taste in your mouth? Please understand I am not asking those questions literally. Please do not try to eat a case or a Wii disc. The result would be a trip to the hospital most likely.

Gummy Bears Minigolf for the Wii has numerous bright colors. The player can purchase different colored balls, clubs, and more to decorate their gummy bear. The animation of the bears is a little stiff. I noticed animations of various characters in the background, and they also have some stiff animations. The ball rolls around realistically for a minigolf game. The slopes inside the courses are easy to see.

A few people commented on my dancing to the music of Gummy Bears Minigolf. I am so sorry. The music is catchy, upbeat, fun, and fresh. I was having fun while I was standing there waiting for my next swing. Getting under par has wonderful sounds. Going over par has some unpleasant sounds. There is not a lot of training in how to play Gummy Bears Minigolf so that is something that holds it back. I did not find any offensive language in this Wii game so that is a definite positive.

Coins are on each of the courses of Gummy Bears Minigolf. Collect them to purchase different clothes, and gear. This is a nice little bonus. Get par or under on a course to unlock more courses. The achievements in Gummy Bears Minigolf are humorous. I enjoyed getting an award for getting on the grass too much. Getting a hole in one award was pretty cool though. Four family members can Gummy Bears Minigolf at the same time.

I learned pretty quickly that the power gauge in Gummy Bears Minigolf is touchy. The best way to use it is to go way past where you want, let it depower, and let go of the 'A' or 'B' button when you reach the right point. Speaking of the right point, I had to guess how much power to get to the hole. At times I went too hard, and other times I went too light. This can be frustrating, but getting it right is also very exciting. I had fun playing Gummy Bears Minigolf on the Wii. And yes I have my manhood intact.

Gummy Bears Minigolf is a fun little game for families. I checked Amazon and found the price for this Wii game is very reasonable. I feel that Gummy Bears Minigolf is worth the price of admission. This Wii game teaches us to judge distance, and compute how much power to do it right. There are also lessons in angles. The gummy bears throw a little tantrum when they bogey, double bogey, or worse. I would like to see sequels to this game in the future. I think this franchise is a good idea, and could go really far.
- Paul


Graphics: 69%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 76%
Gameplay: 69%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: Wii
Publisher: Storm City Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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