Summary: At first, Lawren didn't say he wants hit, but I told him he can shoot the bear if he wants! He finished the game and likes to pause and cheat the game to beat it! He keeps saying that he's stuck on the test your skills level, because of the strongman.
Summary: I bought this thinking it would be great for my son. Thankfully I test things out before I actually sit down and try to teach him. He is 6, and Mildly Autistic so some games are harder for him than others. But I am a fully functioning, fairly intelligent adult.
Summary: I am so drained of energy from enduring this game that this review will be brief. There is simply no excuse for game design like this. I have games from the late 90s with significantly better graphics.
Summary: Likes: A few of the games are fun. Family friendly. Dislikes: Between each game there is a load up screen, which takes forever and is quite irritating. Controls for some games are touchy or just don't work properly. Controls are unnecessarily complicated for some of the games.
Summary: I bought this game for my small children (4 year olds) and they said it was boring, not fun, too hard to play with the 2 controllers. What a waste - stick to the well known characters for little ones. This game is a waste of $20!!!!
Summary: I was not paying attention when I purchased this game and wanted Go Play Circus and what a mistake! This is awful. I own the Carnival game which is great, so I was hopeful that although I purchased this in error it still might be fun- wrong.
Summary: Most of the games require the same movements with a combination of remote and nunchuk. Most of the games are boring after one try. The Dark ride shooting game almost makes it worth buying the whole game. if you can find it on sale, it might be worth a bit of fun. Go for Wii Carnival instead.