Parents' Guide to

The Croods: Prehistoric Party

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Lifeless party game with mild cartoon shenanigans.

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Functional but utterly lacking in style or innovation, The Croods: Prehistoric Party is the sort of game young children may find mildly addictive for a few hours, but which most older players would rather skip. The game design is lifted straight from deeper party games with more personality and superior polish. Fans of the genre will soon realize they've already played plenty of better mini-games in which they've done the same things, such as pushing friends off platforms, flying through rings, splattering paint on walls, and trying to remember and copy simple melodies.

That everything more or less works will likely serve only to exacerbate your frustration: The designers clearly know how to make a decent game but either didn't have the ambition or freedom to turn this one into something interesting. Save your money.

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