Super Monkeyball: Banana Blitz for Wii only £15.95 delivered
Super Monkeyball: Banana Blitz for Wii only £15.95 delivered

Super Monkeyball: Banana Blitz for Wii only £15.95 delivered

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Just saw this during my regular Wii game perusal. This is 1 of those must-have games (sorry if some think it isn't but 50 party games what more could you want? Keeps the kids entertained for hours). One of the better Wii games on the market at the moment

The game is temporarily out of stock but still can be ordered at this price. One of the better bargains for the Wii console at the moment

Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz takes the ground-breaking Wii controller and shows the world exactly what it can do. Players will be able to make their characters jump for the first time in the Super Monkey Ball universe with a simple upward flick motion using the Wii controller. A barrel-load of thrilling new party games, including Whack-a-Mole and Ring Toss, will keep the party rolling for hours.

Party Games: Scores of new party games have been creatively designed to take advantage of the Wii controller.

Puzzle Levels: A huge number of puzzle levels have been designed for players of all standards. Easy to learn but difficult to master, these puzzle levels bring classic Super Monkey Ball gameplay to the Wii for the first time.

Boss Levels: Once you get through the tricky puzzles, prepare for some serious boss battles. Each of the bosses will challenge you to find their weakness to defeat them.


Original Poster

This is still on for this price, in-case someone wants a copy?

The game smells of rotting monkey flesh.
Get Mercury Meltdown instead.

Original Poster

Mercury meltdown is on a par with M/balls if not slightly ahead (in my opinion) - it is down to personal taste but with M'Balls you do get so many mini-games that the family can all enjoy.

The Wii is primarily aimed at families & for parties - M'Balls excels in this aspect ie it's tailored for the Wii market!

Mercury meltdown is an excellent game (I have that in my collection also) but you shouldn't be-little a piece of s/ware that does what it says on the tin plus more - the main game is average (M/Meltdown is far better here with its controls (kids like it but they prefer the mini-games) to say the least. But where M/Balls goes up a peg or 2 is in the mini-games - but if i was on my own the mini-games wouldn't be as imp't but with nursery brats in the house it's ideal for them (simple & fun - that's what they like!)

M/Meltdown is just 1 game (the mini-games are poor). M'Balls you get so much more - but more so for the family Wii owners!

Here are some reviews ...

"if you're in the market for an ingeniously-crafted, exceptionally challenging puzzler, then Mercury Meltdown Revolution does come recommended. There's certainly no doubting the quality of the main single-player mode and the entertainment value it offers for dedicated players. However, Ignition's failure to flesh out Mercury Meltdown Revolution for the Wii audience does, ultimately, seem like an unfortunate missed opportunity."

"Unfortunately, for all its good points, we still have a few minor grievances with Mercury Meltdown Revolution - many of which have been carried over from the earlier PS2 version of the game. For a start, despite some restructuring of level order, Revolution is still an incredibly tough game. While real puzzle aficionados will likely revel in the challenge Ignition presents, the difficulty curve ramps up much too quickly - mere hours into the game and you're tasked with some frighteningly demanding mental and physical obstacles. Thankfully, frustration never lies with either control scheme, but that doesn't make proceedings any more palatable for less-dedicated players. It's a shame that Ignition starts tightening the screws so early as many players are unlikely to stick with the game long enough to experience its sizeable level roster.

Another irritation is the complete absence of any type of multiplayer mode. Bizarrely, despite the inclusion of a handful of variable-quality 'Party Games', it's strictly a solo affair. Multiplayer was missed on PS2 but here, on a console practically designed for social gaming, it's even more unforgivable."

score 7.9 - M/Meltdown

Review : ]http//uk…tml

"Closing Comments - Ultimately though, you're still left with around ten decent party games, with the rest best thought of as particularly brittle icing on an otherwise delicious cake. If you're the type of person who's joined the Monkey Ball series primarily through its frenzied multiplayer action, you might be disappointed with SEGA's latest offering. However, if you've previously spent sleepless nights and countless hours fighting through the franchise's excellent single-player puzzles, Banana Blitz features some of the purest, most satisfying level design yet seen in the series. What's more, the Wii's remote is such a natural fit for the game's basic mechanics, Banana Blitz ends up being the most enjoyable, addictive entry in the series yet."

Score 8.3 - Monkey Ball

Reviw : ]http//uk…tml

It's a substantial undertaking, too, with breadth as well as depth, and with a control system that demonstrates the Wiimote's capabilities more fully than its direct competitors.

8% cashback from topcashback = £14.67

bargain :thumbsup:

I'll have that - thanks - been hoping to see this for less than the £30 being charged everywhere else!

edit: out of stock. disappointing.

Got £22 trade in at blockbusters a few months ago, might be worth checking to see if its still the same

Was just about to post this myself! Currently in stock priced £16.95, though £15.59 after Quidco. Great price - hope the game's all right! :thumbsup:
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