|Digital Release:||Nintendo Wii
December 15, 2008
|Delisting:||No later than May 2017|
|Links:||Reflexive hompeage [Archive]
Nintendo.com page [Archive]
Big Kahuna Party was delisted on Nintendo Wii no later than May of 2017. We recorded an extensive look at the Wii Shop Channel in late May of 2017 and the game had already been removed. Based on other Reflexive delistings it seems likely that Big Kahuna Party would have been delisted some time between 2014 and 2016.
The game’s delisting is likely due to Reflexive Entertainment being acquired by Amazon in October of 2008. Games published by Reflexive on their own PC games portal were removed in June of 2010 or shortly thereafter. On Steam, all titles published by Reflexive were delisted in late November of 2014. The company’s website was last active in August of 2014 and by December the URL redirected to Amazon.com. Many of Reflexive’s titles can still be found online from Amazon, Big Fish Games, WildTangent Games, and other PC game portals.
About the Game
“Embark on a tropical adventure with the explosively charged Big Kahuna Party. Looking to make the ultimate party game, we started with a concept that’s accessible to the whole family-the popular match-three game. On top of that, we crafted a unique multiplayer experience in which you can choose to work together to complete the challenging levels before the timer runs out, or go head-to-head and compete in a frenzy of fun.
To top it off, we added 99 uniquely free-flowing levels, the challenging Tiki Pole, 20 hidden tropical sea creatures to unlock, the strategic Fish Net and more. The result is a family party game like no other, easy to pick up but impossible to put down. Play alone or with friends, and unleash the Tiki spirit within.“
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