IGN: Squeeballs Party Review

There's no reason to pick up Squeeballs Party, unless you really want a giant DS stylus topped with a huge red horned creature with an equally huge underbite that comes packaged with the game. Its messy controls and unsatisfying challenges aren't going to appeal to anyone, especially with products like Cooking Mama and WarioWare Touched! also available for the Nintendo DS that offer much more interesting and entertaining minigames. This product feels rushed and it seems as though a minimal effort was made to ensure the touch control schemes for each challenge work properly.

Presentation - 5.0
Graphics - 4.0
Sound - 4.5
Gameplay - 3.0
Lasting Appeal - 3.0
Overall -

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