Nintendo Life writes: "Since 2000, GlobZ has specialized in browser-based webgames, the most innovative of which being Globulos, an award-winning set of adorable multiplayer minigames pitting you against opponents from across the internets. As DSiWare, Globulos Party has received similar acclaim, featuring not just a one-system multiplayer option, but also DS Download Play and Wireless Play. The focus on the multiplayer aspect has left the solo experience sorely lacking, but if you're in need of something to play with a friend, this could be fun for a while."
NWR writes: "If you have a DSi and you find yourself playing it around friends a lot, then Globulos Party might be worth the plunge. However, if you’re a solo gamer, there are much better single-player experience on DS and DSiWare".
There just aren't enough games about pushing other people into big holes.
The act combines two of the human race's favourite things - really deep, dark pits of doom, and shoving people, Leonidas-style, into them.
Fortunately, GlobZ has come along to satisfy our pit-driven hunger with Globulos, the developer's web-based multiplayer playground of squidgey bouncing creatures and turn-based gameplay.
Not only does it provide a formidable number of pits to push each other into, but there'e a variety of other silly games to mess around with too.
For 500 Nintendo Points ($5), Globulos Party features colorful little blobs, the Globolus, as the playable characters. The game is simple: draw an arrow on the touch-screen pointing in the direction you want your critter to move. Once that is done, you tap on the "Go" button to propel it. The goal is to make them bounce, either on a side wall or off of another critter, and reach the objective of the selected mini-game. In Ice Hockey, one of the 20 featured mini-games, your ultimate goal will be to send one of your critters into your opponent's goal.