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iCarly


$40.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Kid appropriate, don't have to worry about any of the content. Easy to use, ideal for a wide range of ages. Gameplay is challenging enough to be interesting.

The Cons:Included instruction manual barely covers anything. Objective for different tasks isn't always clear. Too short, many kids can run right through it in 2 days.

iCarly is an adventure video game for the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS that is based on the popular TV series of the same name. Players will help Carly, Sam, Freddie and the other characters create new webisodes of the show in an original storyline desined specifically for the game.

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Product Shot 2 There are several mini-games presented as show skits to help capture the creativity of the series and allow players to work through new adventures. The iCreate mode lets players customize the webisodes by swapping out props, characters, color schemes, audio, intros, outros and more. The Wii version lets up to four players cooperate or compete to complete skits and earn "Web-Cred", which can be used to purchase new items, props, accessories and locations from in-game websites.

Specifications

  • Developer: Amaze Entertainment
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Platform(s): Wii, Nintendo DS
  • Release date: October 27,2009
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Mode(s): Single player, multiplayer
  • Input methods: Wii Remote 

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    kid appropriate, don't have to worry about any of the content

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    easy to use, ideal for a wide range of ages

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    gameplay is challenging enough to be interesting

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    makes you feel like you're part of the show

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    included instruction manual barely covers anything

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    objective for different tasks isn't always clear

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    too short, many kids can run right through it in 2 days

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