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  • Summary: [WiiWare] In EQUILIBRIO, you must finish a series of levels by moving a ball toward an exit. To move the ball, hold the Wii Remote controller horizontally and turn it to tilt the playfield. You can also play using the Wii Balance Board (sold separately with Wii Fit). The ball is fragile, so don't let it fall too far, and be sure to avoid deadly obstacles such as spikes and acid pools. The difficulty of the game adjusts according to your skill. Will you be tough enough to complete all 64 levels? [Nintendo] Expand
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  1. Equilibrio isn’t a game that will appeal to everyone. The lacking production values and overly simplistic controls will more than likely turn off people who have played the bigger names that share its premise. However, if you’re looking for a quirky and interesting title that utilizes balance board peripheral and does it right, for 500 Wii Points, you really can’t go wrong.
  2. Equilibrio is one of those games that isn't overly flashy, but has it where it counts. The simple game play design and challenging level set will keep you busy for quite some time, and at a mere 500 Nintendo Points, it's actually a bargain.
  3. 60
    The game controls well with the Wii Remote, and you can certainly enjoy it like that. But I don't think you'd enjoy it fully without the chance to stomp, shift and bounce your body to success on the screen.
  4. Reasonably enjoyable while it lasts. [June 2009, p.88]
  5. 50
    The 4-player multiplayer and the inclusion of the use of the balance board certainly add to the life of the game. Unfortunately, it just isn’t enough to keep everyone entertained for a long period of time.
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