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  • Summary: FAMILY GAME NIGHT 4: The Game Show will have players literally jumping into action with CONNECT 4 Basketball where the first team to shoot four balls in a row of one color wins. They can also scramble to re-arrange virtual word tiles in SCRABBLE Flash – the longer the word, the better the score. Teams will push hard to achieve a bulls-eye or block their opponents with enormous on-screen game pieces in SORRY! Sliders, while YAHTZEE! Bowling will have families chasing down scoring combinations as they “roll” giant bowling balls and knock down pins. Players with a sharp ear and fast reflexes will dominate in BOP-IT Boptigon as players are challenged to execute the right movement at the right time at an ever increasing feverish pace, and the MONOPOLY Crazy Cash Machine doles out big prizes to those who come out on top of Family Game Night. Expand
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  1. Dec 2, 2011
    I won't lie; I had a lot of fun with this game for the few days I played it, but with its limitation on players and its limited content it's hard to see this as a retail product.
  2. 30
    More than being a sub-Flash compilation of insulting video games, this casts doubt on whether Hasbro understand what makes its non-digital games good. Or perhaps it just thinks people who play video games are so stupid they'll gladly lap up any old crap. Whatever the reasons behind FGN4 - this is reprehensible.
  3. 20
    Feels absolutely barren - which makes the $40 price point both baffling and ridiculous. [Feb 2012, p.74]
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  1. Jan 27, 2014
    This game was pretty gun to start out with. A game your parents or non-gaming girlfriend can play with you. I don't have kids but I guess they would enjoy it. It gives out gamer points like candy and I thought that was cool. The games are a throwback and pretty cool but after you play two or three times you get pretty over the original play. I give it a 7 because for a good 30-45 minutes it was entertaining. If I played it with a new person I would get another 30-45 minutes of fun out of it. Other than that, nothing else. Expand