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iPhoneApp Spy (Jun 19, 2009)
Guinness World Records is at its essence, a mini-game collection on the iPhone. The mini-games are amusing and varied, the avatars are personable, and opening up your scores to the world stage breeds a fun sense of competition. There's even random Guinness World Records scrolling on most of the screens. This one is worth a play.
70 (UK) (Dec 19, 2008)
Despite these niggles, Guinness World Records is the best mini-game collection we've played on the Wii, in part because of the content but principally because of its context. It's perfect for Christmas, competing against friends and family for bragging rights, fiercely working to hold your records against rivals (stay away my sheep-shearing record, amateurs) and sharing tips and tricks in the forums, while keeping the best ones for yourself. High-score gaming has never been so well-presented, and if nothing else, other developers would do well to learn from and develop upon its example.
WiiHonestGamers (Mar 10, 2014)
When I bought that hefty paperback all those years ago, it opened my eyes to interesting facts about the world that until then I hadn’t even contemplated. I learned that science can be fun, and I developed an appreciation for excellence and competition. Guinness World Records: The Videogame is no doubt an attempt to offer all of that stuff to a new generation. While it does serve as a reasonable diversion for a few hours, though, it lacks any real longevity. Give it a look if you can find it cheap, but otherwise you’re better off spending your money on a paperback book. They still make those, right?