What Kind Of Mini-Games Are In Chuck E. Cheese’s Party Games?

By Spencer . March 30, 2010 . 3:13pm

Skeeball, of course, but what else? These screenshots from the Nintendo DS version of Chuck E. Cheese’s Party Games show Smash-a-Munch (i.e. Whack-a-Mole with Mr. Munch), pizza making, a Beatmania style rhythm game, and “Chuck E. Invaders”.


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Each nostalgic mini-game dispenses virtual tickets and has 18 challenges to complete. You can use tickets to purchase 20+ prizes including a stuffed Chuck E. Cheese doll which magically gives you bonus tickets. If only the real item did the same thing…


UFO Interactive is also releasing Chuck E. Cheese’s Party Games on Wii. The console version has six avatars (each with their own story) and 50+ prizes to collect.

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  • There’s only so much you can replicate from the real thing. It just isn’t the same without the kid crying in the ball pit maze (and maybe leaving the pizza he/she just ate …somewhere in there).

    That Ninja Turtles game was always my favorite. It was set up like that one game from The Price is Right. The Barbie Water Shooter was fun, too.

    • nyoron

      I found a (loaded) diaper in the ball pit once. Good times.

      • daizyujin

        It is sad that this doesn’t surprise me……but it don’t. One time when I worked at Red Lobster as a busser I found a loaded diaper on a table when I was cleaning it. They changed the baby on top of the table………….now that is trailer trash.

  • daizyujin

    Complete rubbish. This can’t compare to the real thing. :)

    Being able to play Lets Go Jungle, Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, and After Burner Climax for a mere 10 cents per play beats any cheap DS title.

    Screaming trashy people (adults actually, usually the kids are the better behaved), and crappy pizza are downsides. All we need now is a Wii release of Mario Kart GP 2 and I never have to go again.

  • MarkMario

    Doesn’t cost that much to go to the place o.o

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