Summary: This is definitely fun and educational. My son and I love playing this together. It definitely does not make me feel like a smarty pants sometimes. I play this game regularly with my 5 year old. It's lots of fun and everyone can play. You can choose your age and the questions are based on how old you are. It bears a great resemblance to Who Wants To Be A Millionaire without the lifelines. So much cooler when you can play with kids and adults alike! Highly recommended!
Summary: I bought this for something to play with my nieces and nephews while visiting for Thanksgivig and Christmas. You can indicate the ages of the different payers and the game tailors the questions to the kids. Younger children will have to have it read to them . However this did not bother them in the least. They could answer their questions. I was even more pleased to see the neighbor kids coming over to play. The game has like a "lightening" round or competative play.
Summary: We have 3 trivia types of games for Wii: Smarty Pants, You Don't Know Jack (YDKJ), and Jeopardy! Smarty pants isn't horrible but its the least favorite of those 3 comparable games. It can be fun and it can also be very frustrating. Sometimes you can play an entire game where the questions are very easy or very difficult within the same game. When it's playing easy, medium, and hard at the same time its fun, otherwise it's annoying if they're all too hard or too easy.
Summary: Fun for the first few times you play it but then you realize that no matter what age you put, unless its like 5 years old or 99 years old, there really isnt to much of a differnce in the questions and they do repate, quite a bit.
Summary: I bought this as a gift for my sister who lives alone. She is a fan of all things trivia, so I thought she would like this. After trying it a few times, she said that it doesn't have a lot of options for playing alone, so she was a little disappointed. However, she brought it over for New Year's and we played as a group. The party mode is a blast! I love that there is movement involved and that it's just not a boring trivia game.
Summary: This game is super fun! It's kinda like Trivial Pursuit, but not as hard. Multi player is great. You can add time to your partners clock by doing all kinds of wierd motions, like dancing like a maniac, waving yoru arms or jumping up and down. A few repeat questions, but still agood game.
Summary: I tried this game for the first time last night with my sister and her teenage daughters. On the whole, the game got pretty positive reviews. The teens are insisting I bring it again to the next family get-together. That said, I thought there were some missed opportunities in terms of design, and the software seems to be a bit "buggy". Pros: The activity that surrounds the actual trivia questions helps keep the game from being too dry or intellectual.