Not even worth 2 bucks. I'm returning it to gamestop.
Stan Lam "Stan Lam", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: My 4 year old actually sort of likes this game. However, the reason I'm rating it 1 star is because the game was never completed i believe. My son want to play against me, so I actually played all the games.
Summary: We can only get one controller to work at a time, even though the game says to use both controllers. One turns off when the other syncs with the game. The controller motions are far too complicated for a very intelligent 6 year old.
Complicated with bad graphics: avoid, avoid, avoid!
Mrs. K "From the wilds of the Mojave", Amazon
8 July 2011
Summary: The kid received this as a birthday gift. My favorite charity will soon find this in a box from us. It's complicated to setup. Graphics are not well done. Your money is better spent on Nickelodeon Fit or Wii Sports Resort. Much less hassle!
Summary: My kids 14, 5 & 4 very much enjoy Wii Fit Plus. They all play it and have a blast. Even my 4 year old is very good at most of them. We thought for his birthday we would get him a kid related fitness game.
Summary: I bought this game for $15 at Wal-mart. Clearly I wasted my money. My daughter is 6 and can play many Wii games on her own. She plays Wii Fit Plus really well so naturally I thought it would be fun to get her a Fit game for kids.
Summary: This game was the worst! The music is boring, the choice of Mi's was terribly limited and the action was boring. I could not get the characters to perform the tasks any better than my daughter could. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME! Huge waste of money!
Summary: My grandchildren (ages 9, 5, and 4) love the wii fit, but some of the games are too difficult for them. So I decided to buy this game which I hoped would be more age appropriate. Not so. The games on this game are as hard (or harder) than the wii fit.
Summary: I too purchased this game at Costco and we played through all the games. I thought it a waste of money. My kids, 6,4 and 2 did not "get" the game ... and after trying out each game, never picked it up again.