Summary: This game is basically mindless fun. No Heavy thought needed. it is however addictive in that you want to keep going. my Grandkids are 8, 6, and 5 and all 3 can enjoy it. The easy level has little quizzes and they are having fun learning new stuff. The 8 year old reads it for the 5 year old.
Summary: The game is basically 180 levels of single-player Pong. The only action the wii remote is used for is to tilt it right or left to move the "paddle" (the guy in the car on the railroad tracks in the pictures above).
Summary: Bought this for my grandchildren, ages 5 & 7. It was a complete waste of money. Simplistic and uninteresting for both of them. They played for no more than 20 minutes and declared it a "dud". It now simply occupies shelf space.
Summary: This game is relatively entertaining but mindless. It's essentially a themed, story version of Breakout or Brickbreaker or the like. The animal element makes it fun for kids, and the music is nice and catchy, but let's not put this in the pantheon of Wii goodness.
Summary: I bought this game and showed it to my family, namely my parents, who aren't even into video games, and before long everyone was getting into it and having a great time. The gameplay, visual style, and audio all work together wonderfully to create an altogether great gaming experience.
Summary: We ordered this game for our kids, ages 5 & 9, for Christmas. They both enjoy the challenge. While it isn't their favorite game it is different from the other games and so they have been playing it during the holiday break. Even Mom & I have been playing it too.