Crazy party detailsCommunity rating: Great
Tags: Card game, Compilation of games, Free, Menu based, Multiplayer, Traditional / Board game, Windows
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A general review of Crazy Party. by Keith3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Hello, I have been playing crazy party for a very long time and would like to put some information here. There are 2 big parts to crazy party, those being the minigame mode and the battle mode. In the first, you play through a world to unlock other worlds, playing many action packed/reflex testing small games with a timer from 1 to 3 minutes, collecting points which can help you get more gems for buying all manner from goodies from the rewards room, and opening bonus boxes to get gems and coins and something else, I'll leave you to figure out what! The battle mode is a complex mode where you take turns using cards against your opponents or buffing yourself and annoying them with decreasing there stats and putting them to sleep, as well as poisoning, burning or freezing them, or using parry cards to block there attacks and watch it backfire! The board mode is where you play on a board, rolling a dice, which lands from 1 to 6. The number determines how far you move. Here are the different square types you can land on. Blue square: +3 coins, if you have a blue crystal you lose it and get 6 coins instead. Neutral square: nothing happens. Red square: -3 coins. Game square: picks a game associated with the board your playing. Bank: -5/factor coins if you move over it, or if you land on it, you can increase factor by 1, factor starts by 1 by default or you can take all the money you payed into the bank multiplied by the factor and reset the factor back to 1. I have used this to great effect to get 600 + coins at once!
There is also an online mode where you can play mini-games against other players and your friends and host your own server. Last but least is the reward room, where you can spend gems to play your favorite mini-games, unlock custom settings for the mini-game and battle mode, try to unlock mini-games, buy new boards, pay to get an option to make mini-games harder when opening up a new world and more.
Note: the mini-game mode is called adventure mode in game. I hope you found this helpful.You must be logged in to vote on reviews.
crazy party overview by Curnal Coconut0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
This is one great game. if you are looking for something that keeps you entertained for hours, Crazy party has tons of it. you basically have two games in one but you either like one or the other. the first mode is for minny games that test your gaming skills. some games are played as side scrollers, others in 3d using all the arrow keys. then you have battles. the battles are essencially like those in pokemon but you are using cards and the types are taken from pokemon as well. this was brilliant for me as I love pokemon games and the battle music is even from quite a lot of pokemon games most notably Pokemon diamond, pearl, platinum, black, white, black two and white two. as for the rest of the music is from other great nintendo games. the battles get more interesting the moment you have a lot more cards and choose to go online. the battle mode contains 19 total arinas with the final one being the longest. If you really want all the cards without any hastle I'd go for the grand council arina, the final one once you finish the rest of the arinas. also the latest update, beta68 has a special rpg mode called battle quest where you essencially unlock the bots. the bots refer to the enomies you battle during the arinas such as the scratching cat and the magic clock. it cost coins to unlock a bot and once one is unlocked and you lose all your coins the quest is over and you have to do it all again to unlock more. coins are erned threw playing minny games and I like the mario reference since in many mario party titles the mechanics were essencially the same. if you get 100 or more coins you get a gem which can be later exchanged for the opertunity to play the minny games you unlock. the game features full support for NVDA users and automatically detects NVDA or any other supported screen reader once you launch the game. I like the fact you do not need to install the game in order to run it. you just download a zip file and extract it and the game is ready for you. you can even play this on your schools computer knowing this and the fact you do not need admin rights and the game is completely portable so you can play it on said school computer while leaving no trace of the game on the computer in question. just pop it on a memory stick and away you go. the game gets frequent updates and right now there are a lot of things you can do in crazy party. for the best battle experience. only stick to a dec of cards focusing on one type so you can do more damage. and that concludes this presentationYou must be logged in to vote on reviews.
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