Summary: I'd like to start off by stating the obvious, this is a product placement game, made specifically to advertise the Coldstone brand...but the gameplay is alright (at least for single player career mode - which is the only mode I have personally played). While playing Career mode you will serve Ice Cream to passing customers via your ice cream stand.
Summary: This game is decent enough for a casual game. I recommend you actually read the instruction manual before playing it though, because the mechanics aren't all readily apparent. It's about as fun a typical iOS game once you get the hang of it. There are a few modes: Campaign, Rush, and Vs. Campaign is the basic one. You control the hands of an ice cream worker with either one or two Wii remotes. If you only have one remote, the left hand will be controlled automatically.
Summary: This game actually saved my life. My girlfriend got me this game for my birthday, initially, I was infuriated. It seemed like a horrible game, but once I started playing, I learned how wrong I was. I tried the first two levels, and was instantly floored by the amazingness that is this game. I knew it was too much to handle to wait to play it, so I took two days off work, and set down to clear the intense 50 level marathon.
Summary: It's fun playing this! Very addicting! If you like challenges, this is a good one! It's like you're learning how to make ice cream and then the demand of each customer rises, and you can create your own ice cream!
Summary: This game was definitely better than I expected. My wife accidentally added it to our cue on Gamefly. Imagine my surprise when I was expecting Arkham City! Still, it's a fun little family game, and playing with a Wiimote in each hand was a really creative way to scoop ice cream, I haven't seen any other games that required using both hands.