|Skultimate Roller Maze|
|Platform(s):|| Nintendo Wii|
|Release Date(s):|| November 13, 2012|
November 15, 2012
November 16, 2012
March 7, 2013
March 13, 2013
March 29, 2013
|Distributor:||Namco Bandai Partners|
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Skultimate Roller Maze is a game for the Nintendo Wii, the Nintendo DS~DSi, and the Nintendo 3DS. The three versions were released on the American, Australian and European markets from November 13, 2012 to March 29, 2013. Skultimate Roller Maze is produced by Little Orbit and the distributor is currently unknown. The game ties into the Skultimate Roller Maze doll line and the "Friday Night Frights" TV special.
Skultimate Roller Maze is a game that belongs to the racing genre, more specifically the arcade racing genre. Players are to select one to three characters from a roster of three to twelve to win in various types of competition on six or eight tracks. Each character fits into a weight class and each character has a unique ability that can be employed to gain the upper hand in a match.
The trademark for Skultimate Roller Maze was requested on June 25, 2012. The game was formally announced during San Diego Comic-Con International of 2012. And the trailers, one for the Wii and DS versions and one for the 3DS version, were featured as September 2012's Freaky Fab 13 and March 2013's pre-Freaky Fab 13.
Each of the three versions of Skultimate Roller Maze has its pros and cons compared to the other two, although the DS version easily is the lesser compared to the 3DS version.
On a technical level, the DS version and much of the 3DS version are ports of the Wii version. The Wii version has superior graphics and the racing-controls work better. There is also a multiplayer mode on the Wii version, lacking in both handheld versions, which leaves room for at most three players. On the other hand, the handheld versions make use of the second screen to provide the player with additional information on the current competition's stats.
As for content, the Wii version and DS version were released at the same time and contain the same characters, tracks, and options. The 3DS version was released almost half a year later and has some additional content, namely two exclusive tracks: the Himalayas and the Scare Ship.
|Abbey Bominable||Medium||Cold Shoulder||Quick to freeze out the competition, this creeptastic competitor has icy-cool moves on the SKRM track.|
|Clawdeen Wolf||Medium||Full Moon||At her best when the moon is full, this clawsome player has mad skills on the SKRM track.|
|Clawd Wolf||Strong||Beast Mode||As SKRM team captain, this furrious leader is a fierce competitor.|
|Deuce Gorgon||Strong||Stone Gaze||With rock-solid SKRM skills, this team leader is as hard to contain as a slithering snake.|
|Draculaura||Light||Bat Call||She may not be the beast skater on the team, but she's got fangtastic spirit.|
|Frankie Stein||Light||Electric Kiss||Always willing to lend a hand to the team, she's ready to put every spark of energy into the game.|
|Gillington Webber||Light||Slick||He may not always make a splash on the SKRM track, but this fresh-water player has some slippery moves.|
|Heath Burns||Medium||Prometheus||A bit unpredictable, this fiery competitor heats up the SKRM track.|
|Lagoona Blue||Light||Tidal Wave||Even though she's a fish out of water, she's making waves on the SKRM track.|
|Operetta||Strong||Perfect Pitch||A fast and fierce competitor, she puts the rock in roller skating!|
|Robecca Steam||Medium||Steamed||This fangtastic SKRM pro has the steam to lead the team to victory!|
|Rochelle Goyle||Strong||Rockstar||This freaky-fab competitor is a rock-solid player who never just wants to watch the game from above.|
- Monster High
- Monster High Stadium
- Gloom Beach
- Skull Shores
- Granite City
- Himalayas (3DS only)
- Scare Ship (3DS only)
- ↑ Monster High: Skultimate Roller Maze review at BioGirlGamer
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Monster High: Skultimate Roller Maze at MajescoEntertainment.com