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  • Summary: The evil sinister Rebus has trapped the Myth Makers in the Orbs of Doom; you must complete his mind boggling challenges in order to save them. This quest will test your skill, tax your mind and your nerve. Myth Makers: Orbs of Doom provides madcap fun using a tilt control method, designed to fit the gestures and hand motions of the Wii Remote. Balance your way through a mixture of twisty bends, narrow ledges and peculiar obstacles.
    8 magical Myth Makers characters to choose from. Over 40 amazing brain busting levels set across 5 lavish environments. Try setting new records by racing against the clock and explore the other exciting modes of play. Knock the other competitors off the track in the exciting multi-player mode allowing you play with up to 4 opponents simultaneously.
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  1. This title is amateurish all the way around, and I would have been more forgiving if the game were just a mistake, but it seems like these people are determined to create low-quality games to sell for a low price and fool the minds of those who can't or don't want to pay much for their games. This is the kind of game that brings the Wii down to embarrassing levels, and everyone should be against that.
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    The credits for Orbs of Doom reveal that the Quality Assurance team was the largest group that worked on the game. My question is: what were they doing with their time instead of testing Orbs of Doom?
  3. Data Design must be stopped. Do not give them any more money. They are the equivalent of those movie studios that produce straight to DVD knockoffs of blockbusters in a cynical, lazy attempt to swindle cash from uninformed customers.
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  1. Jun 14, 2014
    After the good Ninjabread Man, I got Myth Makers: Orbs of Doom for the Wii... And I was disappointed. Why? The controls. The controls are very sensitive, and you can't change the sensitivity. The gameplay would be good, if you could tilt the Wii Remote sideways to go through levels. Instead, you have to tilt the Wii Remote up and down to go through levels, which is, as mentioned before, too sensitive. This game is a budget version of another popular game, Super Monkey Ball. However, you do see a lot of characters from the other Myth Makers games to play as, like Trixie from Trixie in Toyland. This is a good feature. Overall, you should get this on PS2, not Wii, unless you can find it for a cheap price. Or get Super Monkey Ball. Keep in mind that I would recommend the other Myth Makers games and Ninjabread Man. Expand