Excerpt: Some may think placing Go Play Lumberjacks in the sports section is not a good fit. But if you watch enough sports show you will notice woodland games, lumberjack chores, and the like are shown on sports channels. Go Play Lumberjacks is a nice mix of sports action, mini games, and family play. In fact Go Play Lumberjacks is best played with more than one person in my opinion (editor: more on that later). So the player gets to compete in fifteen different events.
Minigames about being a lumberjack are too repetitive.
Common Sense Media
24 May 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a compilation of simple minigames all based around being a lumberjack. One big lumberjack demostrates what it is like to be a confident competitor. There will be a lot of shaking of the Wii remote, so make sure kids wear that Wii strap around their wrists.
Summary: Go Play Lumberjacks brings competition from the great outdoors into the home. Players use the Wii Remote as an all-in-one timber-cutting contest tool: feel sawdust fly from your chainsaw in the Hot Saw, test your balance on the waterlogged Log Roll, ascend towering tree trunks in the Pole Climb, and much more.