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Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games is a video game developed and published by UFO Interactive Games that features a variety of games related to Chuck E. Cheese and the band. The game released on July 27th, 2010 for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, and iOS devices. Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games falls under the Party genre and can be played only in single-player.

Introduction

Characters

In Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games you can choose from 10 different kid characters to use as your avatar. 5 are boys and 5 are girls. Each avatar is distinct so it gives a lot of options on who you want to play as. Each selectable character also has some small facts about them when you select them. You then get to name your character what ever you want to name them. For the minigames however, you play as Chuck E. and the rest of the band.

Story

You are a young child who sees an ad for Chuck E. Cheese's on the tv one day. You want to go and ask your dad for spending money. He then asks you what happened to your spending money this week which you say you already spent. Your dad then convinces to get a summer job for some extra spending money. Then a couple of weeks later your character sees a Chuck E. Cheese's. You go inside and try to play one of the games with a normal coin. When it doesn't work you ask a staff member and they tell you that you need to pay for tokens to play the game. You are short money but the staff member offers you to make pizza for tokens and you accept.

Tutorial

The Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games tutorial starts by giving you 3 tokens, and showing you around the game. You then play the first three minigames and you run out of tokens. Chuck E. says he's out of tokens so you go to Pasqually. Pasqually tells you that you can earn tokens by making pizza's for him in Pizza Mania. After you beat it you permanently unlock Pasqually's Pizza Shop. When you leave Chuck E. tells you about the Lucky Wheel which you can play to unlock more arcade games. Once you finish playing Lucky Wheel Chuck E. shows you the Prize Shop. You are told to buy something from the Prize Shop with the tickets you currently have. When you buy something Chuck E. says to go to "My Room", which appears as a bag in the lobby after your first purchase from the Prize Shop. He tells you to interact with your prize. After you leave your room Chuck E. tells you that you finished the tutorial and the Chuck E. Cheese's Hall of Fame is unlocked.

Controls

In Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games you have 3 different ways of controlling the game based on your version. On the Wii you use the Wii remote, on the DS you use the stylist, and on iOS devices you use the touch screen.

Game Design

Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games uses a 2-D style of the Avenger Era Chuck E. Cheese designs. They also use 3-D models and 2-D models that look 3-D for some parts of the game.

Save Files

You can make 3 different save files in Chuck E. Cheese's Sports Games. Your save file's looks are based on your selected character and the name you gave them. There is a trash can that you can use to delete save files.

Game Modes

Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games has game modes in the form of minigames. In total there are 18 minigames (at least on the Wii). You unlock the first 3 minigames by playing each one and the rest by spinning the lucky wheel. To play a minigame you have to use a token. To get tokens you have to make Pasqually pizza at his pizza shop. Once you beat a minigame you get tickets based on how many points you scored. The more points you score in a minigame the more tickets you get. If you complete a minigame perfectly Chuck E. will appear on screen and say perfect.

Air Hockey

In Air Hockey you hit a puck into a goal in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. The more goals you make the more points you get. If the CPU gets a goal on you then you lose 50 points. This minigame lasts for 60 seconds.

Alley Roller

In Alley Roller you roll skee-balls into holes in a high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before you use up your 9 skee-balls. You can move left to right to roll your bowl down 1 of 7 rows. The higher the hole the more points you get. How high your ball goes is based on your strength meter. The more red it gets the more strength will be in the shot. When there is a golden light coming out a hole it means that if you get a skee-ball in it you get double the points you normally would get. The game ends when you run out of skee-balls.

Balloon Alphabet

In Balloon Alphabet you pop balloons with letters on them to make words in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the most words completed before the time runs out. If you spell a word perfectly the perfect screen appears, while if you don't spell a word perfectly the good job screen appears. If you hit the wrong letter an x and miss will appear. Along with that you'll lose a heart. Lose all of your hearts and you'll lose. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Basketball

In Basketball you throw basketballs into hoops in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. The more baskets you make in a row the more points you get from each basket. This will be showed in your combo bar which turns more red the more baskets you get in a row. If you miss a basket then your combo bar goes down by one and you waste some time. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Connect The Stars

In Connect The Stars you connect the dots in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to connect all the dots on two images as fast as you can. If you connect the wrong dots you will get an x and you'll waste time. This minigame lasts up to 50 seconds.

Counting 1 2 3?

In Counting 1 2 3? you count how many of each character there is in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get through all the characters as fast as you can. If you press a wrong answer then you can't pick that option again on the question along with an x appearing. This minigame lasts up to 30 seconds.

Cowboy Jasper

In Cowboy Jasper you catch cows in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to catch the most cows with your lasso before the time runs out. How far your lasso goes is based on your strength meter. The more red it gets the more strength will be in the swing. The amount of strength you should need to catch a cow in 1 of the 3 rows will be shown next to the strength meter. If you miss a cow then you just waste some time. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Dance Queen Helen

In Dance Queen Helen you dance in a high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to hit as many moves before the end. The more moves you hit the points you get. You get bonus points for keeping a combo. You can see what your combo is at if you look at the bottom of the screen. This minigame lasts until the end of the dance.

Galaxy Shooter

In Galaxy Shooter you destroy aliens in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to destroy all the aliens and defeat Munch as fast as you can. The more aliens you kill and the faster you go the higher your final score will be. If you get hit by a laser then you lose a life. If you lose all 3 then the minigame ends. Jasper can help you by sending down things to you to help like a shooter upgrade to help you hit more enemies. This minigame can last up to 99 seconds.

Jasper's Racing

In Jasper's Racing you travel as far as you can in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. The farther you go the higher your score. If you see a red exclamation mark in 1 of the 4 lanes move away from it or you'll run into water, oil, or a can. If you run into water, oil, or a can you slow down and have to clear them off your screen. This minigame lasts for 35 seconds.

Lucky Wheel

Lucky Wheel is the minigame used to unlock the rest of the non-location minigames. In Lucky Wheel you spend tokens to unlock new arcade games. Each spin costs 1 token. You can also get tickets or more tokens from the wheel. When you spin you can hit the stop button in the middle to slow down the spinner. You can win 11 new minigames from this wheel even though all 14 non-location minigames are shown on the wheel. If you land on a minigame you already have then you receive 1 ticket.

Made To Order

Made To Order is a minigame found in Pasqually's Pizza Shop. In Made To Order you give orders to customers in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. Customers appear and ask for a certain flag pizza. You have to click on the correct pizza and then the bell to complete an order. The longer you wait on an order the less points you get from the customer. If you wait too long on an order or give a customer the wrong pizza then you will lose points. Once the timer ends you get tokens based on your score. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Matching

In Matching you match cards in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. Each time you will see the cards before they are flipped upside down. You need to remember where each card is to correctly match them. The more matches you make the more points you get. If you mess up a match you get an x and a miss along with wasting some time. This minigame lasts for 50 seconds.

Mr. Munch's Target Practice

In Mr. Munch's Target Practice you shoot targets in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. The higher the number on the target the more points it gives. When you run out of darts you have to reload. Some targets you shoot will give you more darts which makes it so you don't have to constantly reload. If you hit a jackpot you get unlimited darts temporarily. If you hit a disguised Helen then you lose points. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Photo Hunt

In Photo Hunt you stamp differences between two pictures in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to find all the differences in 3 images before the time runs out. You get 3 hints per match which instantly find a difference for you. If you stamp something and it wasn't right it will give you an x and say miss. This minigame ends when the time bar reaches the end.

Pizza Mania

Pizza Mania is a minigame found in Pasqually's Pizza Shop. In Pizza Mania you hit munchs in a timed pizza making minigame. The goal of the game is complete the most amount of pizza orders before the time runs out. At the bottom of the screen it will show you how many pizzas you made and how many tokens you earned. For every pizza you make you get 1 token. On the top of the screen the missing ingredients will be shown. Click on the right topping to add the missing ingredient to the pizza. Each round the location of the ingredients change besides the BBQ sauce. When you add the right topping a check will appear on it on the screen. If you click the wrong ingredient then an x and miss will appear over the wrong ingredient. This doesn't do anything except waste time. This minigame lasts for 60 seconds.

Smash A Munch

In Smash A Munch you hit munchs in a timed high-score minigame. The goal of the game is to get the highest score before the time runs out. The more munchs you hit in a row the more points you get from each smash. This will be showed in your combo bar which turns more red the more smashes you get in a row. If you miss a munch then your combo bar goes down by one and you waste some time. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Ticket Blaster

Ticket Blaster is the minigame that can be added to Gameroom 1. In Ticket Blaster you grab tickets in a timed minigame. The goal of the game is to get as many tickets as you can before the time runs out. The more tickets you grab the more tickets you get. You get more tickets if you grab a blue or gold ticket. This minigame lasts for 30 seconds.

Locations

There are multiple different locations in Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games. Each of these locations have different things for you to do.

Lobby

The Lobby is the first location you get access to. This is where you can go to the other locations from. You can also view the credits and change your settings in the Lobby.

Gameroom 1 & 2

Gameroom 1 & 2 are the second locations you get access to. Here you can play a lot of minigames like Basketball, Alley Roller, and Smash A Munch.

Pasqually's Pizza Shop

Pasqually's Pizza Shop is the third location you get access to. Here you can play Pizza Mania to earn tokens so you can play minigames.

Prize Shop

The Prize Shop is the fourth location you get access to. Here you can buy different prizes, including level 2, 3, and 4 minigames. Once you buy something it appears as sold out in the Prize Shop.

My Room

My Room is the fifth location you get access to. Here you can see all of the things you bought from the Prize Shop. You can interact with your purchased items and go to the other rooms. There are 4 rooms in total. These are the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Star rooms.

Chuck E. Cheese's Hall of Fame

Chuck E. Cheese's Hall of Fame, also known as the Hall of Fame, is the sixth and final location you get access to. Here you can your records along with your trophies. Your records shows how many times you've played each game, how many tickets you earned from each game, and how many tickets you have earned from all games. Your trophies shows all of the trophies you've earned in the game as well as black outlines for trophies that you don't have. The trophies are split into three sections. These are Pizza, Arcade, and Grand Champion.

Unlockables

Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games has some unlockable content for you to get.

Trophies

Trophies are found in the Chuck E. Cheese's Hall of Fame on the right. In total there are 17 trophies you can unlock. 16 of them are for all the minigames besides Lucky Wheel and Ticket Blaster. The final trophy is the Grand Champion trophy which you unlock for getting the Grand Prize all as 10 characters.

Grand Prize

The grand prize is the most expensive prize in the Prize Shop. If you buy it you unlock a custom theme for your My Room based on what character you chose.

DS & iOS Versions

The DS and iOS versions of Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games have some distinct differences from the Wii version.

DS Version

The DS Version of Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games is a downgraded and heavily altered version of the Wii version. The total playable minigames went from 18 to 9 in this version. The playable minigames in this version are: Rhythm Revue, Ticket Wheel, Alley Roller, Lucky Drop, Ready, Aim, Spray!, Jasper's Derby, Smash-a-Munch, Galaxy Hero, and Pizza Kitchen. Most of these are just renamed versions of their Wii counterpart made to play on the DS. Most of the minigames are unlocked by doing challenges. There are 12 challenges available to play. There are also no trophies in this version. Only the Gameroom and Lobby are in this version.

iOS Version

The iOS Version of Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games is a downgraded version of the Wii version. It is also referred to as Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games FULL VERSION. Chuck E Cheese's Party Games iOS version only has 8 minigames. The iOS Version also had 4 minigames released as stand along titles. These minigames were Air Hockey, Alley Roller, Basketball, and Photo Hunt.

Cut Content, Early Screenshots, & Pre-Release Content

Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games has some notable cut content as well as design changes from earlier builds.

Scrapped Online Leaderboard

Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games scrapped online leaderboard is the most well known scrapped feature as it was cut within months of the game releasing. This is because it is present in the games description. The online leaderboard would have been found in the Hall of Fame's middle section, and would display the highest scores on each minigame in the game. Some flags were made for some countries to be displayed next to the user's name on the leaderboard. These flags were the US flag, EU flag, Japanese flag, Chinese flag, and the South Korean flag. Along with these flags, connecting and error sprites can be found in the files of the game as well. These would have been used for when connecting to the internet, and if you get an error when connecting. It is unknown why the leaderboard was scrapped so late into development.

Cut Minigames

Not all minigames created for Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games made the cut in the end. In total, 3 minigames were cut from the final release. These minigames were Block Stacking, Grab Dolls, and Water Gun. Block Stacking would most likely have been like the arcade stackers. Grab Dolls would most likely have been like a claw machine. Water Gun would most likely have been like the amusement park water gun games. These minigames only have their machines left along with music and trophies. Block Stacking's music was reused for Ticket Blaster while Water Gun's music was unused. References to Block Stacking's and Water Gun's trophies are also still found in the game, but there are no assets related to these trophies in the game's files. Grab Dolls was most likely cut in early development, while Block Stacking and Water Gun were most likely cut midway through development.

Pre-Release UI Design

Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games actually had a very different UI in the pre-release trailer compared to the final UI. The files for the pre-release UI are still in the game but go unused. These differences between the pre-release UI and the final UI are the Chuck E. head, timer, high score, score, and level sprites. The Chuck E. head used in the pre-release UI is the same as the design for Chuck E. in the game while the final UI uses a Chuck E. head based on the Chuck E. Cheese Avenger Logo. The timer used in the pre-release UI is the same timer from Jasper's Racing but with only the seconds. This timer also doesn't say timer above it like the one used in the final UI. The timer, score, and level from the pre-release build all have a black and purple color theme. In the final the timer, score, level, and high score all have a cheese theme. The high score from the pre-release UI looks like cheese and has red text, which doesn't fit in well with the black and purple look of the rest of the UI. This was changed in the final to be more inline with the rest of the UI. However, this high score sprit is still used in the game as the high score sprite used on the menu screen for the minigames. The pre-release UI was scrapped very late into development.

Early Screenshots of Jasper's Racing & Made To Order

Still present in the files of Chuck E. Cheese's Party Games is 2 screenshots of early builds. The first screenshot shows an early version of Jasper's racing. This build has a very early UI design, having time, distance, speed, and tokens earned as the UI. There is also a time sprite and a plus sprite related to the game. These would have probably been power ups to help Jasper in the minigame. The second screenshot shows an early version of Made To Order. This version has a lot more food servable as well as different bells and even a drink machine. The only UI present in this screenshot is a trash bin labeled bin. These screenshots are most likely from very early development.

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