Card games, dice games, board games, a little something for everyone. What I didn't like about this game, which is why the rating isn't higher is that the card games go too fast for me. I can't enjoy a game where it always seems to be my turn to play and I don't have any idea who played what and why. Also I think tutorials where they walk you through a game you are not familiar with would be very helpful. On the other hand there were games here that I liked very much. Their backgammon plays very well at an intermediate to advanced level. Better than any other handheld or online backgammon game I have tried. I also enjoyed the Ludo and the word balloon. There are plenty of others that I did not try that I would probably have enjoyed as well if I owned the game.
I thought this game was a lot of fun. It is very re-playable, because you can just play one or 2 games over and over! I mean think about it; solitaire and minesweep on computers; you could sit and play that for hours! And this has 42 games, a lot of which I had never played, but really enjoyed learning (i.e. koi-koi; I want to learn the ins and out of that game and master it!!) I sent it back because I can't keep it forever (well, I could, but that would be dumb!). I would like to buy it. Once again gamefly is the best. I have had games I am SO glad I didn't buy, and ones I know I want to buy now! Thanks again gamefly.
I rated this game a 7 because of it's power to be addictive. Some of the games on it are unique and not quite my style but most of them I couldn't stop playing. The dart board is touchy and very responsive to the stylus movements as with billiards and bowing. The card games are easy to play but some of them take some time to master. This is a good game for tavern style games in which a bunch of people sit around a card table with some good drinks and some good conversation. Try it out. But you might lose track of time.