Conga Master Party! Reviews
Conga Master Party is fun while you're in it, but the appeal is a little short lived, just like a real conga line.
Conga Master Party is enjoyable, but kind of short if you're playing solo as the Story Mode doesn't take too long to complete once you know what you're doing, and Endless Mode can only go so far. The multi-player modes on the other hand can make for some fun times among friends. Sadly it's local multi-player only with no online play or AI opponents to compete against. It's still fun either way, but more so with friends.
It's simple but challenging in such an addicting way.
If it's not already obvious by now, Conga Master Party! is best enjoyed as a multiplayer title. Sure, you can still enjoy the single player, but if you have no one else to play the other part of the game with then - be warned - you're missing out on half the fun. It's a great party title that can be bust out when friends or family are nearby, and you're perhaps seeking some simplistic but cheeky fun that will have you all in hysterics. For the multiplayer alone it's worth your consideration. So set a date and get ready to conga the night away.
Conga Master Party is one of those games that is a novel experience for a short amount of time. You're not really going to find a game that essentially takes Snake and changes enough of the mechanics that it feels fresh again. With that said, the novelty wears out quickly, and although the multiplayer tries to balance things out, its shallow depth means that Conga Master Party is a game you'll play once or twice before shelving it — until your choices thin out again.
Conga Master Party is a fun game that offers both single player fun as well as multiplayer modes so that up to four players can get in on the action. Its simple gameplay mechanics make it very easy for players of all skill levels to jump into the party, making it a great option for breaking it out for some multiplayer mayhem at, well, parties!
Overall, Conga Master Party! is a fun party game with colorful graphics and hectic gameplay. Its controller setup does need a bit of a trial and error before you can get things just right, but that's part of the fun in the game. The more people you have around for playing, the better your overall experience will be, so be sure to throw a Conga party at your home or on the go!
Conga Master Party! hasn't evolved much from the days of Conga Master, and, as a result, feels twice as disappointing to see it remain an extremely simplistic and… stale party game. Trying to form the longest conga line in here can certainly be fun, but only for a dull evening or two.
I don't expect to come back to this title in the future, but if you're in the market for a quick experience where you don't need to think too much and just have some silly fun then Conga Master Party might be right for you.
It's the perfect pick-up-and-play game, and the Switch's portable nature means Conga Master Party is right at home.
Conga Master Party is a really fun game to play, particularly in multiplayer. It's a real throwback to the primary mobile games, a time when Smartphones were non-existent. Full 360 degree movement, colourful graphics, a quirky soundtrack, and a good progression system make this game a solid entry for indie titles on the Switch.
Conga Master Party is a fun-filled and unique little game.
Conga Master Party! is a unique game with a lot of heart. While the single player might be a pretty forgettable experience, the multiplayer offers a surprisingly fun and frantic time. Just as with any good conga line, the more people the better. So, if you’re in the market for a quirky, silly multiplayer then Conga Master Party! might be worth a look.
Conga Master Party is great for multiple players but not so much fun alone
Regardless of the extended features and modes what will ultimately drive whether or not you’ll get your value out of Conga Master Party is how much you buy into the core experience. If you enjoy the somewhat relaxed pace, the quirky scenes and characters, and the silliness of it all as you work to unlock more dancers then it could be a worthwhile purchase. Just be warned that the novelty factor can probably only hold you for so long before you’ll be looking for something a little more involved and diverse.