Summary: I ordered this box set because I thought it included a Wii Motion Plus remote. We are brand new Wii owners, and so when I read Wii Motion plus, I *assumed* it was the remote. What this set comes with is a converter sleeve for an old style Wii remote that makes it act like a motion plus.
Summary: This game was not too bad but it seemed to be lacking something. Games on it were cute and I was excited whenever a new one would pop up but they had limited entertainment for adults. I believe kids may find this very enjoyable but not quite the party game I hoped it would be for adults.
Summary: Carnival Games is one of the first titles my wife and I purchased for our Wii (based upon the recommendation of one of my wife's friends). The games use the Wiimote exclusively and make pretty good use of its motion-sensitive functionality.
Summary: Although this is yet another set of mini-games for the Wii, the developers put in a lot of detail, especially in the physics engines for the various games. Games that involve tossing balls or hoops, knocking down bottles, and so forth are remarkably realistic in how the various items behave.
Wii Carnival Game, all the fun of the fair, without the expense
29 December 2011
Excerpt: This is the nearest thing to good old fashioned fun of the fun fair, from days of old, and we have Wii Carnival. This is a fun family game, and ideal for a Sunday afternoon, get together or even the kids can play it with their friends and you know that there's no problems there going to encounter.
Pros: fun game, plenty of choice
Cons: after a few plays, and you have worked throu all the games, not really wanted again