Cars: Radiator Springs Adventures Reviewed
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Macworld's Game Room recently took a spin in the world of Cars: Radiator Springs Adventures. Radiator Springs Adventures targets young gamers with a series of mini games drawn from scenes in the movie. Several actors from the movie also lend their voice talents to the game. The Game Room gave Cars: Radiator Springs Adventures a score of 4 out of 5 mice.
From the review:
Disney games for younger kids have, in the past, carried the stigma of execrable “Activity Centers” from Disney Interactive. Typically, they were forgettable point-and-click activities with production quality that rarely exceeded shareware level. THQ’s gone in a very different direction with Radiator Springs Adventures—these are a bunch of varied and fun games, though older gamers may want to opt for the more arcade-like Cars game you can buy in Target department stores.The full review can be found at the Game Room site listed below.
Macworld Game Room: Cars RSA Review
There are a total of ten different activities kids can play. Each one revolves around Lightning McQueen helping or interacting with a different resident of Radiator Springs. For example, Ramone, the low rider, leads Lightning in a dance activity that’s part Simon, part Dance Dance Revolution—you have to repeat a sequence of dance moves by pressing arrows at the top of the screen, not only matching the sequence but also the beat.
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