Summary: Got this used and it is worth buying new! My four year old and my 71 year old parents are playing side by side and loving it. With no buttons to push it is even more simple than the Wii bowling. Even some one with no experiance playing a video game can tap on a box making it simple.
Summary: Takes some time to get the hang of exactly how hard to hit the box. When we have a crazy-busy day, I'll put it in and let my kids take turns with the fireworks or painting part so I can get dinner on the table. Those "games" don't have a goal; they're just fun.
Summary: *update* February 2015 We have owned this game for a couple years now. Still a family favorite. The best part is the racing. My kids still play it. It's kind of become a "classic" in our house. Considered an oldie but a goodie. This is actually a fun game.
Summary: Tap has potential. I would like to see other games with this idea. I got it for my Grandma and all the people who come in and out of her house (which is a lot). I tried the paint which I found rather lame. I figure her two great grandkids under the age of ten would appreciate it.
Summary: We borrowed this game from the local library, and my kids LOVE it. It takes very little skill. They just put the remotes on these little trays they have and tap away. It kept all the kids that were over for Thanksgiving yesterday happy and occupied.
Summary: The developers must have put a lot of thought into this one. With a very unique idea of tapping on, well, whatever works, so the Wii Remote picks up the vibration. Unique. 5 different game modes makes the game enjoyable, which makes this a great game to play with friends.
Summary: Easy tapping motion on a pillow where the Wii controler sits allows little ones to play against the parents and win :) Graphics remind me of Troy, but a great price for a game which is fun for hours.