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Carnival Games | Nintendo Switch £8.74 @ Nintendo eShop
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Carnival Games | Nintendo Switch £8.74 @ Nintendo eShop

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Posted 7th Jun
Carnival Games | Nintendo Switch £8.74 @ Nintendo Store
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Carnival Games brings the party back for the entire family
– now for the first time on Nintendo Switch™! With both fan-
favorite and brand-new mini-games all in one package,
Carnival Games offers fun for everyone and can be played
alone or with up to three others. Hit home runs, pile the
highest stack of cakes, and take your horse to the finish
line. 20 total mini-games will have you and your friends
stepping right up to win again and again!

And with Nintendo Switch, the Carnival Games experience
can be enjoyed wherever, whenever!



• A FUN VARIETY OF CARNIVAL GAMES FOR EVERYONE:
Like a real-life county fair, Carnival Games bursts with
exciting mini-games that you can play over and over.
Classic mini-games such as shooting basketballs (“Swish”)
and taking down unfriendly clowns (“Clowning Around”)
are joined by brand new attractions like flying drone racing
(“Light Speed”) and cosmic bowling (“Cosmic Strike”). With
20 total games Carnival Games is a fantastic time for all.


• CARNIVAL GAMES EVERYWHERE: With Nintendo
Switch™ Console, Carnival Games is a game for everyone
and for everywhere. Whether on the big screen or small
screen, Carnival Games can be enjoyed wherever you want
to play.


• A MULTIPLAYER PARTY: Bring your family and friends in
on the fun for a true Carnival Games party. Up to 4 players
can participate simultaneously, bumping up the level of
excitement and competition in all 20 carnival mini-games.


• PLAY, WIN, GET REWARDS: Play games, win tickets, and
trade them in for new outfits for your carnival guest
characters. Dress them up to match your style or be as
wild as you can with wacky headgear, shirts and bottoms.

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8 Comments
Anyone have this? Is it worth getting for the kids?
The physical release of this game is now out of print. So no difference between this and the code in a box which has replaced it.
The reviews say its terrible... but thats at full price. Apparantly you have to get high scores on all the games to unlock motion controls. Hot from me anyway as it looks okay from the reviews I've watched, (even if the reviewers didnt think so). Maybe I'm just easily pleased.
Edited by: "Gedfaz" 7th Jun
Remember this shovel ware on previous consoles -- avoid

This is far better and better value: nintendo.co.uk/Gam…tml
Gedfaz07/06/2020 13:51

The reviews say its terrible... but thats at full price. Apparantly you …The reviews say its terrible... but thats at full price. Apparantly you have to get high scores on all the games to unlock motion controls. Hot from me anyway as it looks okay from the reviews I've watched, (even if the reviewers didnt think so). Maybe I'm just easily pleased.


It’s not great, especially compared to the Wii version. Why they tried to reinvent the wheel is beyond me.
Got it on Ps4 its crap
The_Guru07/06/2020 13:26

Anyone have this? Is it worth getting for the kids?

We enjoy playing it with our almost 6 year old family member. The games all use the same button for action so it's straight forward learning. Favourite in our house is the hot air balloon one
£2 cheaper from Russian eShop which is the cheapest as can see here - eshop-prices.com/gam…GBP where it's 574rub which currently exchanges to £6.62 as can see here - xe.com/cur…GBP
Edited by: "jco83" 8th Jun
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