This game would be a lot more fun if you could switch between tasks faster. As far as I can tell, there's no story mode, so it's perfect for a gamer with ADD. Some of the minigames are fun enough to make you want to play them to perfect them (like the batting cage). Most of them are also remarkably difficult, particularly for a kids game. On the plus side, you always win at least 5 tickets, even if you completely botched it.
This is a good rent for a few days' worth of family fun, but I doubt it's worth buying.
There is a wheel you spin that looks a lot like the wheel from Price is Right, and doing this mini-game gave me a true LOL moment that I won't spoil for you.
My favorite minigames are:
The game kept freezing on me when ever i went to a certain game. I thought it was a very interesting concept but the constant freezing made me not even want to try to give the game a complete playthrough.